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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 ...

People of the Plains

Amelia McLean Paget was born in 1867 at Fort Simpson, in what is now the Northwest Territories. Her father, William McLean, was a Scot involved in the fur trade and her mother, Helen Murray, belonged ...

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 ...

Paddling Routes of North-Central Saskatchewan

For thousands of years, Saskatchewan waterways have been used for transportation; first by aboriginal people, then by voyageurs, and now by those eager to explore some of the most pristine--and quiet--places ...

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 ...

Psychedelic Revolutionaries

Psychedelic Revolutionaries recounts the history of hallucino­genic-drug research in Saskatchewan, Canada, and the roles played by Humphry Osmond, Abram Hoffer, and Duncan Blewett. They broke new ground ...

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 ...

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 Writers

 The more than 175 biographies in this volume together tell the story of writing in Saskatchewan. As David Carpenter notes in his introduction to the volume: "The writers whose lives are told in these ...