Wednesday, August 24

Indian Head, Saskatchewan - Sense of Place

Indian Head is one of four communities selected for Main Street Saskatchewan demonstration projects. Here are a few picks from the August 19 announcement on Grand Avenue.

The announcement coincided with Customer Appreciation Day, an opportunity for merchants to take over the town's sidewalks with food stands, flower pots, tables and chairs to create an attractive venue on that special day.

This sketch of Indian Head's downtown viewshed provided an attractive backdrop for local media. Global and CTV came out from Regina for the occasion. The Leader-Post published this article.

Copies of the Indian Head submission to the Main Street program were available for consultation.

Director of the Heritage Branch Carlos Germann (left) looks forward to seeing how Indian Head will be impacted by its Main Street Saskatchewan participation in two or three years time.
Heritage Branch representatives exchanged with community stakeholders. Citizens, community leaders, current and future partners in the four selected demonstration communities all hope their efforts will make a difference in fostering the kind of revitalization that will inspire other towns to embark on similar projects.

The Minister of Tourism, Parks, Culture and Sports, Bill Hutchinson, an architect by trade, was obviously pleased to attend this significant event for the Town and for all those who believe in the economic, social and environmental benefits that can be generated from investing in a community's sense of place.






(Photo courtesy of Don Telfer) I rarely get to be in the pictures

(Photo courtesy of Don Telfer)



A couple of long time Indian Head residents were invited to say a few words about what living in Indian Head means to them.

(From left to right) Jonathan Potts, Director of Marketing, Tourism Saskatchewan; Don Telfer, Board Member, Saskatchewan Heritage Foundation; Garth Pugh, Manager, Saskatchewan Heritage Foundation

Evening Briefing Before Cape St. James and Kerouard Islands - Bluewater ...


This is our ritual each night after we moor for the night.. We gather in the wheelhouse. Captain Tom pull out the marine charts and goes over the day's journey, then he shares his thoughts on what tomorrow might bring. There is never a dull day, no matter what the day brings.