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Payepot and His People

Payepot and His People was first published serially by The Western Producer. In 1957 it was published in book form by the Saskatchewan History and Folklore Society.

Abel Watetch was a nephew of Chief ...

Privilege and Policy

The introduction of medicare in Saskatchewan marks a dividing point in the history of the province and Canada. Before 1962, access to medical care was predicated on ability to pay and private health insurance. ...

Paper Cows

 Veteran crime writers Pacholik and Pruden are back with more true tales of tangled plots, foul deeds and conniving cons in the heart of the Canadian prairies.

In their second collection of Saskatchewan ...

Potash

Did Saskatchewan give away the goose that laid the golden egg?

When it comes to potash, John Burton claims we did. And he asks, where is the money for the natural resource going now?

In Saskatchewan, politics ...

Reading from Behind

Since we all have one, why do people squirm when the anus is mentioned? In a playful, yet scholarly exploration of everything from porn to poetry, Jonathan Allan tackles this question and more.

Reinvesting in Families

Reinvesting in Families is the fourth in this series of child welfare books featuring voices from the prairies. This book is a collection of critical knowledge, issues and research in Canada related to ...

Regina's Secret Spaces

Regina's Secret Spaces: Love and Lore of Local Geography is an anthology of essays and poems by eighty writers, artists, architects, musicians, patrons of the arts, and cultural theorists who were inspired ...

Redistributing Health

When Canadians think about health, they almost always start with health care--access to a doctor, to a hospital or to advanced technologies like MRI machines. When asked about what makes them healthy, ...

Saskatchewan First Nations

In this volume are more than 125 biographies that together demonstrate the diversity and depth of Saskatchewan’s First Nations community and the contributions of First Nations people to the province. ...

Re-Orienting China

Re-Orienting China challenges the notion of the travel writer as imperialistic, while exploring the binary opposition of self/other.

Featuring analyses of rarely studied writers on post-1949 China, including ...