In 2001, the Saskatchewan Wheat Pool donated its papers to the University of Saskatchewan Archives. The collection includes over 39 metres of textual records, 6754 slides and 2689 photographs along with hundreds of film, video and audio tapes. This site attempts to make some of the images of this vast collection more accessible to the public while also telling a part of the Saskatchewan Wheat Pool’s story. It is a joint effort of  The Centre for the Study of Co-operatives  and the  University of Saskatchewan Archives  and hopes to illustrate the strong social role of the Pool in Saskatchewan communities, as well as its economic and political importance to producers.


Related links:

 Saskatchewan Wheat Pool 

 The Western Producer 

 Wheat Pool history — CBC Saskatchewan 

 For more virtual exhibits visit  Archives Canada: 

Archives Canada - Canadian Archival Information Network



Curator: Jill McKenzie
Webdesign: Luke Sather 

Project Supervision:
Cheryl Avery, University of Saskatchewan Archives 
Dr. Brett Fairbairn, Centre for the Study of Co-operatives 
Carol Shepstone, Centre for the Study of Co-operatives 

We gratefully acknowledge the financial support from the federal government through
the Saskatchewan Council for Archives and Archivists, the Canadian Council of Archives,
the Library and Archives of Canada, and the Department of Canadian Heritage.


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