Canadiana adds University of Regina Student Publication Collection

You never know where you may find something of interest for your family history.

If you have Saskatchewan people in your family tree maybe one of more will appear within the 34 student publications from the University of Regina, representing approximately 3,000 pages of content, that have been added to the Canadiana collection.  The whole corpus is full-text searchable.

I didn’t find either of the two distant branches of my tree that lived in the province, but the places they lived were mentioned.

Included is the early student journal The College Register, which was published intermittently from 1914 to 1930. Issues contain news about faculty, staff, and students, as well as campus events, student literature, and local advertisements. There are also student yearbooks — The Freshman (1946–1962) and its successor The Tower (1962–1968).


2 Replies to “Canadiana adds University of Regina Student Publication Collection”

  1. Good news, John, thanks

    I have a cousin in Regina as well as a new friend from a small genealogical group in Canada. This group is made up of members of the Somerset/Dorset family history society and we are not only sharing info about Wessex family history, but had our first Zoom call this week, helped by the member from Regina.

    Gail B

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