Category Archives: Saskatchewan

Alone in the Classroom by Elizabeth Hay (34)

This is a great story by a writer from Ottawa.  I have been very unaware of this author until now. I have recently picked up a book by this writer, and I will be reading as many of her books … Continue reading

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A World we Have Lost by Bill Waiser (108)

This book examines the early history of Saskatchewan through an aboriginal and environmental approach. First Nations and mixed-descent peoples played a leading role in the history of Saskatchewan as did its land and climate. Saskatchewan has remained an aboriginal territory, … Continue reading

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