A new temporary exhibit at the Royal Saskatchewan Museum is offering a deeper perspective into our province’s past with Aboriginal peoples.
The “We Are All Treaty People” exhibit showcases the Chief Paskwa Pictograph — a two-panel graphite drawing of the interaction between European and Aboriginal people during treaty negotiations from 18-74 and 18-83.
It also features a reproduction of the original hand-written version of Treaty Four.
Parks, Culture and Sport Minister Ken Cheveldayoff says the exhibit is significant to all Saskatchewan people, since it offers further understanding into our province’s history.
Eventually, this display will be replaced by a larger, permanent exhibit of the Chief Paskwa Pictograph.
Admission to the exhibit is by donation at the Royal Saskatchewan Museum in Regina.