• Borderlands: An Appreciation (Part I)

    BY James Mochoruk

Feature Articles

  • Beyond Preservation and Use: National Parks and Settler Colonialism in Western Canada, 1880s-1930s

    BY Robert Vranich | Faculty of Kinesiology, Sport, and Recreation, University of Alberta

  • Rabbi Elieser Gruber’s Jewish Agricultural Settlement Schemes in Manitoba

    BY John C. Lehr | Department of Geography, University of Winnipeg

Prairie Pageant

  • Govan, Saskatchewan: Portrait of a Prairie Town (Part I)

    BY Keith Foster | Regina, Saskatchewan

  • “Everybody but the Golden Boy”: The Race to Conquer Lake Winnipeg

    BY Sabrina Janke | Winnipeg

  • The Photographic Legacy of Theodore Edward Howard (1880-1960)

    BY Giles Bugailiskis | Winnipeg

  • Rural Manitoba and the Winnipeg Grenadiers

    BY Stephen Sharman | Selkirk, Manitoba

Book Reviews

  • Einar Odd Mortensen Sr. with Gerd Kjustad Mortensen, The Fur Trader: From Oslo to Oxford House, Ingrid Urberg and Daniel Sims eds., University of Alberta Press, 2022, 177 pages. ISBN 9781772125986, $34.99 (paperback)

    BY Dr. Melissa Gjellstad, University of North Dakota

  • Scott Berthelette, Heirs of an Ambivalent Empire: French-Indigenous Relations and the Rise of the Métis in the Hudson Bay Watershed, McGill- Queen’s University, Press, 2022, 376 pages, ISBN 9780228010593, $39.95 (paperback), $140.00 (cloth).

    BY Harry Duckworth, University of Manitoba

  • Dale Eisler, From Left to Right: Saskatchewan’s Political and Economic Transformation, Regina: University of Regina Press, 2022, 381 pages. ISBN 9780889778641, $34.95 (paperback)

    BY Nolan Brown, Concordia University of Edmonton

  • Matthew Barrett and Robert C. Engen, Through Their Eyes: A Graphic History of Hill 70 and Canada’s First World War, McGill-Queen’s University Press: Montreal, 337 pages. ISBN: 978022801579, $34.95 (cloth)

    BY James Kostuchuk, Portage la Prairie, Manitoba

  • Jennifer Adese and Chris Andersen (eds.), A People and a Nation: New Directions in Contemporary Métis Studies. University of British Columbia Press, 2021, 252 pages, ISBN 9780774865074, $29.95 (paperback)

    BY Lyle Ford, University of Manitoba Libraries

  • Wes Olson and Johane Janelle, The Ecological Buffalo: On The Trail of A Keystone Species, Foreword by Harvey Locke/ Afterword by Leroy Little Bear. University of Regina Press, 2022, 277 pages. ISBN 9780889778719, $39.95 (paperback)

    BY Greg Thomas, Winnipeg

  • R. Gordon Moyles, Death Stalked the Trails: The Klondike Gold Rush Through Edmonton 1897-98, Edmonton: Edmonton and District Historical Society, 2022, 195 pages. ISBN 9781773544014, $24.00 (paperback)

    BY James A. Burns, Winnipeg, Manitoba


  • (Sewing) Patterns

    BY Kesia Kvill | Heritage Park Historical Village, Calgary

Prairie Gazette

  • Treaty Education Facility, Agowiidiwinan Centre, opens at Winnipeg’s Forks National Site

    BY Greg Thomas & Sheila Grover

  • New Exhibit in Edmonton for Black History Month

    BY Greg Thomas & Sheila Grover

  • Education is the New Buffalo: Where did it All Begin?

    BY Greg Thomas & Sheila Grover

  • Historians in Residence: Alberta Leads the Way

    BY Greg Thomas & Sheila Grover

  • Witness Blanket: A Remarkable Art Installation about Residential School Survivors

    BY Greg Thomas & Sheila Grover

  • Some Notes on Ukrainian Culture on the Prairies

    BY Greg Thomas & Sheila Grover

  • Asking Questions of the Past: Heritage as a Tool for Sustainable Livelihoods

    BY Kristin Catherwood, Heritage Saskatchewan

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