Ken Liddell was born in Regina, Saskatchewan in 1912. He was a newspaper reporter, photographer, columnist and editor. According to the author, this isn’t
Some may have noticed that I’ve added a new link to the sidebar of my homepage. Peel’s Prairie Provinces, developed and operated by the University
I’m going to bombard readers with yet another book by Guy Vanderhaeghe. I can do that because it’s my blog. It’s the summer of 1959
During the droughts of the 1930’s, grasshoppers became a huge problem in many areas of the prairies. Bill Waiser tells the story of ‘Criddle Mixture’
Born in Lumsden, Saskatchewan in 1905, Buck Kerr became a shining example of the quintessentially ‘Prairie’ native son. He drew in charcoal and ink, and
It seems some Saskatoon youngsters are enjoying time travel this summer. Read about it here.