Royal Saskatchewan Museum

The Saskatchewan Railway Museum

Broadway Theatre

 

The Broadway Theatre is an art film and performance theatre located on Broadway Avenue in the Nutana neighborhood of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. The theatre is Canada’s only community-owned non-profit reparatory cinema

Fort Pitt Provincial Park

Fort Pitt was a fort built in 1830 by the Hudson’s Bay Company that also served as a trading post on the North Saskatchewan River in Canada.

Prince Albert Historical Museum

The Prince Albert Historical Museum is operated by the Prince Albert Historical Society in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, Canada

Museum of Antiquities

The Museum of Antiquities is an archaeological museum at the University of Saskatchewan. It opened in 1974 to provide an opportunity to study ancient works

Forestry Farm Park and Zoo

The Forestry Farm Park and Zoo is a forested park and zoo located in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. The park was originally established as the Dominion Forest Nursery Station and later Sutherland Forest Nursery Station.

Addison Sod House

Built 1909 – 11 by English immigrant James Addison, this original sod house was continuously occupied by family until 2007. The walls are four feet thick at the base and taper to three feet at the top. Designated a National Historic Site and Provincial Heritage Site, this privately owned home is open for guided tours by prior arrangement.

Battle of Cut Knife

The Battle of Cut Knife, fought on May 2, 1885, occurred when a small force of Cree and Assiniboine warriors were attacked by a flying column of mounted police, militia, and Canadian army regulars near Battleford, Saskatchewan. The warriors defeated the Canadian forces, with losses on both sides.

Battle of Duck Lake

The Battle of Duck Lake (26 March 1885) was an infantry skirmish 2.5 km outside Duck Lake, Saskatchewan, between North-West Mounted Police forces of the Government of Canada, and the M├ętis militia of Louis Riel’s newly established Provisional Government of Saskatchewan.[4] The skirmish lasted approximately 30 minutes, after which Superintendent Leif Newry Fitzroy Crozier of the NWMP, his forces having endured fierce fire with twelve killed and eleven wounded, called for a general retreat.[5] The battle is considered the initial engagement of the North-West Rebellion. Although Louis Riel proved to be victorious at Duck Lake, the general agreement among historians is that the battle was strategically a disappointment to his cause.

Canadian Bank of Commerce

The Canadian Bank of Commerce in Watson, Saskatchewan, was constructed in 1906 in a Greek Revival style. The Toronto firm of Pearson and Darling served as architects.[1] This building was designated a National Historic Site of Canada in 1977 and currently houses the Watson and District Heritage Museum

Claybank Brick Plant

A former industrial complex used for the manufacture of clay bricks from 1914 to 1989; key structures and brick-making equipment of the 1912-1937 period remain remarkably intact

Esterhazy Flour Mill

A rare and complete flour milling complex, of the type that was crucial to the grain industry in Saskatchewan and which contributed to the development of farming communities such as Esterhazy

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