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Harry Daniels was one of the founding members of the Saskatchewan Métis Society

Harry Daniels was one of the founding members of the Saskatchewan Métis Society

Red River Cart.  Saskatchewan Archives Board R-A3278

These Red River Carts had noisy wheels that could be heard miles away!

Title: Chapter XXIV -- "Mr. Thomas McKay Tried For His Life" Institution: University of Saskatchewan Archives Fonds/Collection: S.D. Hanson fonds Number of images: 5

Thomas McKay Tried For His Life" Institution: University of Saskatchewan Archives Fonds/Collection: S. Hanson fonds Number of images: 5

Title: "Bateman, Christina" Institution: Saskatchewan Archives Board Fonds/Collection: Bateman, Christina

Title: "Bateman, Christina" Institution: Saskatchewan Archives Board Fonds/Collection: Bateman, Christina

FRANK BALLENDINE. The third of eight Ballendine brothers from Battleford, Saskatchewan who joined the Canadian Army in World War Two. Rifleman Frank S. Ballendine (L27232) enlisted in the Regina Rifles in June 1940 and was honourably discharged after six months.

The third of eight Ballendine brothers from Battleford, Saskatchewan who joined the Canadian Army in World War Two. Rifleman Frank S. Ballendine enlisted in the Regina Rifles in June 1940 and was honourably discharged after six months.

Michif-- (also Mitchif, Mechif, Michif-Cree, Métif, Métchif, French Cree) is the language of the Métis people of Canada & the US, who are the descendants of First Nations women (mainly Cree, Nakota and Ojibwe) and fur trade workers of European ancestry (mainly French Canadians and Scottish Canadians). Currently, Michif is spoken in scattered Métis communities in the provinces of Saskatchewan and Manitoba in Canada and in North Dakota in the U.S., with about 50 speakers in Alberta

Michif-- (also Mitchif, Mechif, Michif-Cree, Métif, Métchif, French Cree) is the language of the Métis people of Canada & the US, who are the descendants of First Nations women (mainly Cree, Nakota and Ojibwe) and fur trade workers of European ancestry (mainly French Canadians and Scottish Canadians). Currently, Michif is spoken in scattered Métis communities in the provinces of Saskatchewan and Manitoba in Canada and in North Dakota in the U.S., with about 50 speakers in Alberta

Three generations of the Desjarlais family, Labret, late 1890s. Left to right: Magdeleine Klyne; Marie Justine and Rosine Desjarlais; Magdeleine Desjarlais.  Saskatchewan Archives Board.

Three generations of the Desjarlais family, Labret, late Left to right: Magdeleine Klyne; Marie Justine and Rosine Desjarlais;

Did you know almost half of non-Aboriginal Canadians living in cities have not heard or read anything about Indian residential schools? #WeStandTogether

Did you know almost half of non-Aboriginal Canadians living in cities have not heard or read anything about Indian residential schools?

EDWARD BALLENDINE. The fifth of eight Ballendine brothers from Battleford, Saskatchewan who joined the Canadian Army in World War Two. Company Sergeant Major Edward C. Ballendine (L 27152) enlisted in June 1940 with the Regina Rifles. He went overseas as a sergeant and was promoted to company sergeant major in England. In June 1943 he volunteered to go to Italy, and was transferred to the Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry.

EDWARD BALLENDINE. The fifth of eight Ballendine brothers from Battleford, Saskatchewan who joined the Canadian Army in World War Two. Company Sergeant Major Edward C. Ballendine (L 27152) enlisted in June 1940 with the Regina Rifles. He went overseas as a sergeant and was promoted to company sergeant major in England. In June 1943 he volunteered to go to Italy, and was transferred to the Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry.

WILFRED BALLANDYNE. The fourth of eight Ballendine brothers from Battleford, Saskatchewan who joined the Canadian Army in World War Two. Private Wilfred Ballendine (L 106779) enlisted in the Royal Canadian Medical Corps in 1943, and went overseas in February 1944.

The fourth of eight Ballendine brothers from Battleford, Saskatchewan who joined the Canadian Army in World War Two. Private Wilfred Ballendine (L enlisted in the Royal Canadian Medical Corps in and went overseas in February

The Christmas Coat: Memories of My Sioux Childhood by Virginia Driving Hawk Sneve

The Christmas Coat: Memories of My Sioux Childhood by Virginia Driving Hawk Sneve, illustrated by Ellen Beier (ages 5 & up)

Saskatchewan Aboriginal Veterans The Fighting Ballendines : Blog: Wartime Wednesdays | Elinor Florence

A band of EIGHT Ballendine brothers from Battleford, Saskatchewan served in the…

House of Xavier Letendre, alias "Batoche" | saskhistoryonline.ca

House of Xavier Letendre, alias "Batoche" | saskhistoryonline.ca

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