Regional History


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    Founded in 1905, the High River Times served a community of small town advertisers and an extensive hinterland of ranchers and farmers in southern Alberta. Under the ownership of the Charles Clark family for over 60 years, the Times established itself as the epitome of the rural weekly press in Alberta. Even Joe Clark, the future prime minister, worked for the family business. While historians rely heavily on local newspapers to write about rural and small town life, Paul Voi... [READ MORE]
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    The Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies’ hallmark event for its fortieth anniversary in 2016 was a two-day conference held at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, bringing together scholars and community members from across Canada, the United States, and Europe, as well as hundreds of online viewers. Edited by Dr. Volodymyr Kravchenko, Ukrainian Studies in Canada is a direct product of the transcripts, submitted papers, discussions, questions, and opinions that ca... [READ MORE]
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    Even in hardship, western Canadian Mennonites have celebrated their day-to-day lives with rhymes, songs, riddles, games, and maxims. The Windmill Turning begins by tracing a history of Plautdietsch, the Mennonite language from the lowlands of northern Germany and Holland, and includes illustrations, photos and musical scores.