Perspectives of Saskatchewan
At the turn of the nineteenth century, Saskatchewan was one of the fastest growing provinces in the country. In the early 1900s, it revolutionized the Canadian political landscape and gave rise to socialist governments that continue to influence Canadian politics today. It was the birthplace of Canada’s publicly funded health care system, and home to a thriving arts and literary community that helped define western Canadian culture.In Perspectives of Saskatchewan, twenty-one noted scholars present an in-depth look at some of the major developments in the province’s history, including subjects such as art, literature, demographics, politics, northern development, and religion. It lays the foundations for a greater understanding of Saskatchewan’s unique history, identity, and place in Canada.
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POPULATION CHANGES IN SASKATCHEWAN
1905 TO 2005
A DISTINCT POLITICAL CULTURE
THE MYTH OF MULTICULTURALISM IN EARLY SASKATCHEWAN
ONE HUNDRED YEARS FOR A SASKATCHEWAN FIRST NATION
SASKATCHEWANS PATH TO ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
ONE HUNDRED YEARS OF EVOLUTION IN THE RURAL ECONOMY
INDIVIDUALISM AND MUTUALISM IN A SETTLER SOCIETY1905 TO 2005
THE PEOPLES UNIVERSITY? THE UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN AND THE PROVINCE OF SASKATCHEWAN
THE EARLY YEARS
LANDSCAPE PAINTING FROM 1905 TO 1950
ABSTRACT ART ON THE PRAIRIES
THE FIRST HUNDRED YEARS
WOMENS LEGISLATIVE AND POLITICAL PARTICIPATION IN SASKATCHEWAN 1905 TO 2005
CHURCH IN SASKATCHEWAN
SASKATCHEWANS GIFT TO THE NATION?
THE PRAIRIE FACE OF LABOUR
NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS
aboriginal abstract art activities agricultural alberta allan Blakeney areas artists band members became boards British Budget speech delivered building canadian centre chemistry christian cities co-operative continued cooperatives credit unions crown corporations culture decades Department early economic election employers european ewan faculty families farm farmers health-care hudson’s Bay company ibid immigrants increased industry Janice Mackinnon kenderdine labour Lac La ronge Lafond land landscape legislation Liberal medicare ment Métis Muskeg Lake cree northern saskatchewan organizations painting party percent Petequakey political Prairie professor programs Progressive conservatives province province’s provincial government regina region reserve role ronge indian Band ross thatcher roy romanow rural saskatch saskatchewan Party saskatchewan’s population saskatoon settlement settlers social spinks tion toronto Press trade treaty University of regina University of saskatchewan University of toronto urban western canada winnipeg women workers