Saskatchewan Virtual War Memorial
This web site commemorates Saskatchewan’s war dead. Those men and women who perished in service to their country for the high ideals of peace and freedom. It has been created to supplement the physical War Memorial located on the grounds of the Saskatchewan Legislature in Regina, SK.
Saskatchewan War Experience
University of Saskatchewan Library Digital Collections
Spanish Flu Memorial
The Spanish Flu arrived in Saskatchewan in October of 1918. Swiftly it spread into the cities, infecting and hospitalizing thousands. From the arrival of the flu in 1918 to the end of 1920, 5,018 Saskatchewan citizens died. 330 of them were from Regina.
During the panic, hundreds of graves were dug for the bodies and many of the families did not have the means to afford headstones. City and funeral home records are incomplete on where these victims are buried, but we do know that many do not have headstones. This memorial is to finally give these people a marker and to help preserve their history.
Virtual Museum of Métis History and Culture
By the Gabriel Dumont Institute of Native Studies and Applied Research
This website is the most comprehensive attempt to chronicle traditional Métis history and culture on the World Wide Web and contains a wealth of primary documents – oral history interviews, photographs and various archival documents – in visual, audio and video files.
A Window into the Regina Tornado of 1912
On June 30 1912, Regina was the victim of the most destructive tornado in Canadian history, leaving 28 people dead and 2,500 homeless. The aftermath, which shaped the city’s physical environment and burdened the community financially and psychologically, forever changed the city. Community Memories - a Virtual Museum of Canada project prepared by the Regina Plains Museum
Saskatchewan Indian Cultural Centre
Mission Statement: To strengthen and support the overall First Nations’ education and cultural awareness of First Nations people.