The secret legacy of the man who caught Louis Riel

July 24, 2017

Many may be familiar with the story of Robert Armstrong, the 19th-century hero who accepted the surrender ending this country’s historic rebellion, but fewer still…

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‘Correct on of history’s wrongs’: Poundmaker artifacts coming home

July 10, 2017

Poundmaker First Nation in Sask. hosts July 18 museum exhibit including famous chief’s war club Jason Warick · CBC News July 8, 2017   Chief…

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1885 telegrams give new insight into the North-West Resistance

June 14, 2017

Curt Campbell, manager of the Preservation Management & Digital Records Program at the Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan, looks through the ledger filled with telegrams sent…

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History re-made — This summer national institutions will ask us to re-examine our story

June 6, 2017

  Artful Musing History re-made — This summer national institutions will ask us to re-examine our story BY Paul Gessell. Images: courtesy of Canadian History…

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Government of Canada Invests $142,000 in Tourism Marketing for Western Francophone and Indigenous Sites

May 8, 2017

News Release From Western Economic Diversification Canada May 8, 2017 – Saskatoon, Saskatchewan – Western Economic Diversification Canada The Honourable Navdeep Bains, Minister of Innovation,…

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Sask. tourists shocked to find Poundmaker’s pipe in London museum

May 5, 2017

‘We also wondered what kind of repatriation efforts could be undertaken,’ says Donald Worme By Rachel Zelniker, CBC News Posted: Apr 24, 2017 5:00 AM CTLast…

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Frenchman Butte Heritage Centre hosts huge celebration Aug. 14 2016

August 4, 2016

A series of extensive renovation works recently concluded at the Frenchman Butte Heritage Centre. Teams of workers have re-roofed their famous Log Cabin Tea-house, they…

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Original Humboldt: Our Lost History

April 16, 2016

The Humboldt and District Museum staff, as well as an extremely dedicated team of volunteers are continuing to revive history about ten kilometers southwest of…

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Batoche historic site to host Louis Riel relay days

March 24, 2016

A once-popular sports event is making a comeback at the Batoche national historic site. From the 1970s to the 1990s, the Saskatchewan Louis Riel Relay…

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The Original Humboldt site is 80 acres of land located 8 km west of Humboldt on Highway #5 and 3 km south on Telegraph Road.

It features the national historic event plaque commemorating the Dominion Telegraph Line, as well as storyboards of the 1878 Humboldt Telegraph Station, Carlton Trail, George and Catherine Weldon, Humboldt Mail Station, the Métis people, Chief Whitecap, and Lt. Col. George Denison’s military camp during the 1885 NorthWest Resistance.


Le site original de Humboldt est de 80 acres de terrain situé à 8 km à l'ouest de Humboldt sur l'autoroute n ° 5 et à 3 km au sud sur Telegraph Road.

Il présente l'événement historique national commémorant Dominion Telegraph Line, ainsi que les storyboards de la Station télégraphique Humboldt de 1878, Carlton Trail, George et Catherine Weldon, Humboldt Mail Station, les Métis, le Chef Whitecap et l'armée du lieutenant-colonel George Denison Camp pendant la Résistance nord-ouest de 1885.
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