New Film Series Released: Regeneration on Main Street

The National Trust for Canada has released a new film series Regeneration on Main Streetwhich highlights the accomplishments of four Saskatchewan communities participating in the Main Street Saskatchewan Program. The films, directed by Saskatchewan film-maker Jack Walton, illustrate how the towns of Indian Head, Wolseley, Maple Creek and the City of Prince Albert are successfully implementing the National Trust's proven Main Street® methodology, a dynamic and energizing program that leverages local heritage and cultural assets to generate economic, social and cultural activity and improved quality of life.

SaskCulture would also like to congratulate the Wolseley Heritage (WHF) for raising over $600,000 for the Wolseley Community Revitalization Initiative, a program designed to continue the successes in historic restoration and cultural revitalization begun by the Main Street Wolseley Program in 2011. You can find the Wolseley Heritage Foundation on Facebook and Twitter, or visit their website for more information!