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    Corinne Daelick

    Content Specialist

    Corinne was born and raised in Saskatchewan, growing up on the family farm near Esk. A love of history and all things Saskatchewan inspired her to earn a Bachelor of Arts, Double Honours, in History and Political Studies from the University of Saskatchewan specializing in Saskatchewan history.

    She has loved the WDM since her first visits in Grades 3 and 4. Corinne remembers the puffs of steam from the massive steam engines and how big everything seemed at the Grade 4 Harvest Demonstration at the WDM Saskatoon. What an amazing learning experience that is still available for students today!

    Following university, Corinne found contract work at the WDM Curatorial Centre (now Corporate Office). When she wasn’t working with the Museum, she volunteered. In 2006, Corinne came to work full-time at the WDM Saskatoon in the Education and Volunteer Department. She moved to the Corporate Office in 2013 where she continued to work in the Education Department. In 2022, she took on a new role as Content Specialist in the Curatorial Department.

    Besides supporting Saskatchewan heritage through her work at the WDM, Corinne has served on the Boards of the Heritage Festival of Saskatoon and the Museums Association of Saskatchewan (MAS) including one term as MAS President.


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