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History of Radisson, Saskatchewan, Canada

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Radisson, Saskatchewan, Canada

Radisson is a town in the province of Saskatchewan, Canada. It was named after Pierre-Esprit Radisson (1636–1710), an explorer who was instrumental in the creation of Hudson's Bay Company.

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  • The coming of the railroad in 1905 established the present townsite. It was named Radisson by the Canadian Northern Railway after Pierre Esprit Radisson, the explorer.

    Reflections of Radisson : 1902-1982. Radisson and District Historical Society Radisson, Saskatchewan

  • In January 1906, Radisson was incorporated as a village, as it had over the requirement of fifteen dwellings within its limit.

    Reflections of Radisson : 1902-1982. Radisson and District Historical Society Radisson, Saskatchewan

  • In 1910, papers and plans for the cemetery (in Radisson) were procured

    Reflections of Radisson : 1902-1982. Radisson and District Historical Society Radisson, Saskatchewan

  • 1913 - A by-law was passed in Radisson, limiting the speed to 10 m.p.h. for motor vehicles.

    Reflections of Radisson : 1902-1982. Radisson and District Historical Society Radisson, Saskatchewan

  • In 1914, debentures were sold in Radisson to erect a fire hall at the cost of $300.00.

    Reflections of Radisson : 1902-1982. Radisson and District Historical Society Radisson, Saskatchewan

  • During 1916 to 1918 a trunk line was erected for electric lighting in Radisson.
    After a poll was taken an agreement was signed between the Town and Radisson Iron Works for the supply of lighting. It is to be noted that the street ...Read MORE...


  • 1917 - A new school was erected in Radisson

    Reflections of Radisson : 1902-1982. Radisson and District Historical Society Radisson, Saskatchewan

  • 1918 - Radisson - After a petition was presented to Council, a curfew-by-law was passed
    in 1918 whereby all boys and girls under 14 years of age had to be off the streets by 9 p.m.
    Reflections of Radisson : 1902-1982. Radisson and District Historical Society Radisson, Saskatchewan

  • October 1918 - Severe epidemic of Spanish Influenza in Radisson shuts down town
    Council passed a by-law whereby "beginning at 12.00 o'clock noon on Sunday, October 19th and until further notice, no moving picture show, pool room, ...Read MORE...


  • 1930 - Radisson - Nurse Lillian Barrass interviewed Council regarding the establishment of a hospital under her charge.
    Council leased the building on Lots 1/ 5, Block 11, Plan EA1 (Gary Novacks' house) at a rental of $30 per month for a hospital.
    Reflections of Radisson : 1902-1982. Radisson and District Historical Society Radisson, Saskatchewan

  • 1935 - the Board of Trade presented a resolution to the Council that a community hall be built in Radisson.
    The new hall was named Tweedsmuir Hall.
    Reflections of Radisson : 1902-1982. Radisson and District Historical Society Radisson, Saskatchewan

  • In 1961, a by-law was passed to borrow monies to install a sewer system in Radisson.

    Reflections of Radisson : 1902-1982. Radisson and District Historical Society Radisson, Saskatchewan



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  • The coming of the railroad in 1905 established the present townsite. It was named Radisson by the Canadian Northern Railway after Pierre Esprit Radisson, the explorer.

    Reflections of Radisson : 1902-1982. Radisson and District Historical Society Radisson, Saskatchewan
  • In January 1906, Radisson was incorporated as a village, as it had over the requirement of fifteen dwellings within its limit.

    Reflections of Radisson : 1902-1982. Radisson and District Historical Society Radisson, Saskatchewan
  • In 1910, papers and plans for the cemetery (in Radisson) were procured

    Reflections of Radisson : 1902-1982. Radisson and District Historical Society Radisson, Saskatchewan
  • 1913 - A by-law was passed in Radisson, limiting the speed to 10 m.p.h. for motor vehicles.

    Reflections of Radisson : 1902-1982. Radisson and District Historical Society Radisson, Saskatchewan
  • In 1914, debentures were sold in Radisson to erect a fire hall at the cost of $300.00.

    Reflections of Radisson : 1902-1982. Radisson and District Historical Society Radisson, Saskatchewan
  • During 1916 to 1918 a trunk line was erected for electric lighting in Radisson.
    After a poll was taken an agreement was signed between the Town and Radisson Iron Works for the supply of lighting. It is to be noted that the street ... Read MORE...

  • 1917 - A new school was erected in Radisson

    Reflections of Radisson : 1902-1982. Radisson and District Historical Society Radisson, Saskatchewan
  • 1918 - Radisson - After a petition was presented to Council, a curfew-by-law was passed
    in 1918 whereby all boys and girls under 14 years of age had to be off the streets by 9 p.m.
    Reflections of Radisson : 1902-1982. Radisson and District Historical Society Radisson, Saskatchewan
  • October 1918 - Severe epidemic of Spanish Influenza in Radisson shuts down town
    Council passed a by-law whereby "beginning at 12.00 o'clock noon on Sunday, October 19th and until further notice, no moving picture show, pool room, ... Read MORE...

  • 1930 - Radisson - Nurse Lillian Barrass interviewed Council regarding the establishment of a hospital under her charge.
    Council leased the building on Lots 1/ 5, Block 11, Plan EA1 (Gary Novacks' house) at a rental of $30 per month for a hospital.
    Reflections of Radisson : 1902-1982. Radisson and District Historical Society Radisson, Saskatchewan
  • 1935 - the Board of Trade presented a resolution to the Council that a community hall be built in Radisson.
    The new hall was named Tweedsmuir Hall.
    Reflections of Radisson : 1902-1982. Radisson and District Historical Society Radisson, Saskatchewan
  • In 1961, a by-law was passed to borrow monies to install a sewer system in Radisson.

    Reflections of Radisson : 1902-1982. Radisson and District Historical Society Radisson, Saskatchewan

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