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Winning the Prairie Gamble

This exhibit celebrates 100 years of Saskatchewan. A presentation with four mannequins sets the stage before provincehood. Events on the 1905 to 2005 timeline chronicle Saskatchewan achievements and challenges during the first 100 years of the province. Three special stories are explored in detail: Saskatchewan weather; the road to Medicare; and Saskatchewan transportation beyond the grid. The Theatre celebrates Saskatchewan people and places.

  • Saskatchewan Theatre

    Saskatchewan is not all flat. Saskatchewan is not all fields. Saskatchewan is forest and muskeg, bogs and fens, sand dunes and sloughs, rocks and lakes, hills and coulees. Nature has blessed us with a full pallette of colours and textures, shadows and light ... all stretching beneath the biggest canopy...

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  • Piper Cub J-3

    A Popular Plane The Piper J-3 Cub made its debut in 1938. Small, strong, light, and relatively inexpensive, it was extremely popular as a training plane. Although production ended in 1947, the J-3 remained in demand for decades. In Saskatchewan, the Cub was handy for getting to northern fishing camps,...

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  • 100 Year Timeline

    See artifacts, photos, and video representing the events and trends which shaped and affected Saskatchewan since 1905. Did you know...Cedoux, a community north of Weyburn, was on the receiving end of Canada’s largest recorded hailstone in 1973. The baseball-sized stone weighed 290 grams (over ½ pound) and measured 114 mm...

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