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This annual publication, now known as Grain Elevators in Canada, contains lists of licensed elevators, their locations and capacity in western and eastern Canada. Thank you to the Canadian Grain Commission for providing print issues of the Grain Elevators in Canada series for digitization for this project.
Seven new Peel's Prairie Provinces titles have recently been added to the Board of Governors (BOG) Featured Collection to honour the 7 BOG & BOG External Committee members who have just finished their terms. ... June 17, 2015
A hearty welcome to many new Peel fans who have recently read about the openly available grain elevator lists in your local newspapers, including: ... February 3, 2015
Thank you to the St. Albert Gazette, the St. Albert Community Foundation, and the St. Albert Public Library for their generous contributions of funding for the digitization of this newspaper for the Peel's Prairie Province's website; to the St. Albert Gazette for providing issues in print, and to the Musée Héritage Museum and the St. Albert Public Library for providing microfilmed copies of the newspaper for this project.
This weekly Manitoba French-language newspaper merged with the Saskatchewan newspaper Le patriote de l'Ouest to form La Liberté et le patriote, in 1941. By 1971, it was known as La Liberté again. The digitization of the entire run of La Liberté was completed in recognition of 100 years of its publication. Thank you to our partners, the Société historique de Saint-Boniface, who coordinated this project; the Société franco-manitobaine and the Université de Saint-Boniface, who contributed funding for this project; and the Manitoba Legislative Library, who provided microfilmed copies for digitization for this project.