11 November 2014
Saskatchewan Historic Newspapers Online delves into provinces rich print history
SASKATCHEWAN—The Saskatchewan Archives has teamed up with Saskatchewan History Online (SHO) to launch The Saskatchewan Historic Newspapers Online (SHNO) project— a website that will feature digitized newspapers from 1878 to the 1960s. The papers currently uploaded were published during the First World War from January 1914 to 1918. According to SHNO, “This initial stage will ultimately include the equivalent of approximately 400 reels of microfilm from nearly 100 communities, making up over 200,000 pages of newsprint.”


The Canora Advertiser October 7, 1915

When completed the website will feature over 100 years of newspapers and almost 11 million pages of newsprint. Community papers written in English, French, German and Ukrainian will be included. For a look at the collection, visit the website.
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