Albert Branch Library was built in 1927 on the site of one of Regina's first branch libraries. The architect Joseph Warburton used a Gothic theme in the entranceway with Tyndal stone details highlighting the windows and roofline.
This plaque was . . . — — Map (db m196918) HM
Connaught Branch Library was built in 1930 to provide a public library service in this area. The architect Joseph Warburton highlighted this public building with classical Tyndal stone details details surrounding the entranceway.
The building is . . . — — Map (db m196919) HM
[English] Residence of the Lieutenant Governors of the North-West Territories (1891-1905) and Saskatchewan (1905-1945), Government House is one of the few surviving territorial buildings and was for many years the hub of official social life . . . — — Map (db m196906) HM
[English] Thousands of Canadian nurses have provided skilled and compassionate care to the sick and wounded in battle since 1885. In 1904, professional nurses entered the Canadian Army Medical Corps as Nursing Sisters. They were the . . . — — Map (db m201376) HM WM
Constructed between 1907 and 1910, the Regina Land Titles Building was the first public building commissioned by the newly-established Province of Saskatchewan. Designed by the prominent Toronto architectural firm of Darling and Pearson, the . . . — — Map (db m196921) HM
Originally, settlers in and around Regina thought of Wascana Creek in practical terms. The creek was first dammed in 1883, creating the reservoir now known as Wascana Lake. The reservoir provided the settlement with the only substantial body of . . . — — Map (db m196903) HM
This building, designed by Regina architects Storey and Van Egmond, was constructed in 1914 as the head office of the Saskatchewan Co-operative Elevator Company. Established in 1911, the company was one of the first major farmer co-operatives and . . . — — Map (db m196920) HM
In 1883 the CPR and its business partner, the Canada North-West Land Company, spent more than $14,000 in the new Regina town site digging a well, grading five streets, and building a dam. That dam was the first control structure on Pile of Bones . . . — — Map (db m196905) HM
[English] The province of Saskatchewan, formerly of the North West Territories, was created on 1 September, 1905, and inaugurated on this site by Governor General Earl Grey and Prime Minister Sir Wilfred Laurier on 4 September, . . . — — Map (db m201271) HM
Walter Scott, a prominent journalist and politician, was raised in rural Ontario. In 1885 he moved west and, as a member of Parliament (1900-1905), played a leading role in achieving provincial status for Saskatchewan. Appointed its first Premier . . . — — Map (db m215979) HM