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Early Mines in the Coronach Area

Early Mines in the Coronach Area

Bert Morrow Jr.  Support the podcast and page for as little as $1 a month:  the Canadian history chat on Discord:  on iTunes to the podcast (many bonus features) right here The Coronach area has been blessed with several excellent coal deposits...

When Frankenstein Came To Town

When Frankenstein Came To Town

Support the podcast and page for as little as $1 a month:  the Canadian history chat on Discord:  on iTunes to the podcast (many bonus features) right here Prince Albert has had its share of unique residents, as most towns can relate to, but few...

Bennet Wong

Bennet Wong

Support the podcast and page for as little as $1 a month:  the Canadian history chat on Discord:  on iTunes to the podcast (many bonus features) right here Every community has their famous residents, and in Canada those residents tend to be hockey...

Last Mountain House

Last Mountain House

Support the podcast and page for as little as $1 a month:  the Canadian history chat on Discord:  on iTunes to the podcast (many bonus features) right here Before there were settlers, before there were towns, there was just a lake, open prairie and...

The Commercial Hotel in Maple Creek

The Commercial Hotel in Maple Creek

Support the podcast and page for as little as $1 a month:  the Canadian history chat on Discord:  on iTunes to the podcast (many bonus features) right here Arguably one of the most historic hotels in all of southwest Saskatchewan, the Commercial...

Lone Tree Lake

Lone Tree Lake

The Lone Tree in 1910 Support the podcast and page for as little as $1 a month:  the Canadian history chat on Discord:  on iTunes to the podcast (many bonus features) right here Near the US Border, about five miles to the north, there is a small...

Senator David G. Steuart

Senator David G. Steuart

Support the podcast and page for as little as $1 a month:  the Canadian history chat on Discord:  on iTunes to the podcast (many bonus features) right here There have been many successful people to come out of Prince Albert. Some were born here, and...

The Once-VIllage of Canuck

The Once-VIllage of Canuck

Support the podcast and page for as little as $1 a month:  the Canadian history chat on Discord:  on iTunes to the podcast (many bonus features) right here Back in 1924, there was a railroad passing through the extreme southern area of Saskatchewan...

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