53. Lake Saskatoon Journal

53 - 1917 April 20 Lake Saskatoon Journal


South Peace Regional Archives

People are always hungry for news, and newspapers would appear soon after an area was settled. The newspapers covered everything from local social notes to world events. This paper was for Lake Saskatoon, a village on the west side of Saskatoon Lake, with commerce, government offices, doctors, lawyers, churches and residences. It disappeared ca. 1926 when the railway was built straight west from Grande Prairie, bypassing the lake.