By Reformed Presbytery
Excerpt The diocese of Qu'Appelle, within the province of Saskatchewan, Western Canada, is so named from the Indian tale which tells of the maiden who lay death, calling piteously for her lover. He, remote in his canoe at the Saskatchewan River, abruptly heard a voice, and replied: "Qu'Appelle." The voice got here back, after which he knew it for that of his cherished, and made all velocity to her part. yet, lamentably! while he reached her she was once useless. Qu'Appelle is a suggestive identify and indicative of the decision which such a lot of have heard from the prairie provinces, a twofold name, urging a few to earthly and a few to religious husbandry. a few account of the Western Canada of to-day should be priceless the following.
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I then wrote to the clergy, and, lacking these, the leading laity when I could find their names. In some cases this was impossible until I neared their district. In these letters I made the following suggestions. We should like to come and stay a week in their locality, living and sleeping in the caravan and doing our own cooking (I wished to make it clear that we should not be burdensome), but we should be glad to receive invitations and hospitality at times in order to get to know the people.
A tip from an experienced traveller proved most useful. This was to fasten the packing-cases with bands of tin nailed on, instead of with ropes, as the latter frequently break when the cases are swung aboard ship, scattering the contents on deck. In February, 1920, we embarked at Liverpool for New York. Winifred Ticehurst was to meet me at the boat, and my feelings may be imagined as the time drew on, the friends seeing me off had to leave, and still no fellow-traveller appeared. At last, five minutes before they raised the gangway, she ran up, breathless.
The following is a summary of the information given by him or gleaned from other sources. Under the British North America Act of 1867 the right to legislate on matters respecting education was reserved exclusively to the Provincial Legislatures subject to the maintenance of the rights and privileges of the denominational and separate schools as existing at the time of the union or admission of provinces to the union. This gave to the Roman Catholics in the Province of Ontario the right to have separate schools, and to the Protestants in the Province of Quebec a similar right.
Across the Prairie in a Motor Caravan by Reformed Presbytery