Saskatchewan Gen Web WHAT'S NEW?

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Saskatchewan-Ethnic Genealogy Web pages.

February 1 to 7, 2010 is Archives week. In Celebration of this week, the provincial archives is hosting a number of events. Among them the Historical photo blog. for other events see this news and events listing.
The Saskatchewan Council for Archives and Archivists archive week 2010.
Saskatchewan archive week on facebook
Saskatchewan Celebrates Archival Treasures February 1-7, 2010 Proclaimed Archives Week in Saskatchewan
Museums Association of Saskatchewan - Museum Events,
Celebrate Archives Week.
Archives week will be followed by Heritage week between February 15-20

The Saskatchewan government proclaims 2010 as Year of the Métis. In honour of the Year of the Métis, the Métis Genealogy Research Centre, a Metis Resource Centre Inc. project, based in the Metis Homeland of Manitoba is now open.

The Government of Canada designates 2010 as the Year of the British Home Child.. The Government of Canada designates 2010 as the Year of the British Home Child..
immigrantchildren.ca » 2010 Year of the British Home Child 2010 - The OFFICIAL Year of the Home Child!
Young Immigrants to Canada Researching Your British Home Child In Canada

Historians at the New Finland Region located near Yorkton, Saskatchewan have been active making new additions regarding school, church, cemetery and historical sites related to both the area around Yorkton, as well as the New Finland Region.

In other news, the Saskatchewan Roughriders professional football team is celebrating their 100 anniversary in 2010, producing archival books of their past century.

In particular, as of late, there have been a few new additions to

Archives Page on the Saskatchewan Gen Web Site.


Saskatchewan history page on Saskatchewan Gen Web.


Saskatchewan Métis ethnic genealogy page on Saskatchewan Gen Web.


Yorkton area One Room School houses, cemeteries, churches.


New finland Region on Saskatchewan Gen Web.


Finnish Saskatchewan roots on Saskatchewan Gen Web.


English Saskatchewan roots on Saskatchewan Gen Web.


This What's New information has been written for Canada Gen Web can also be found on at

Saskatchewan What's New
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