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By Dale Johnson Posted: February 21, 2017 6:00 a.m.

After announcing plans in February 1968 for a Bilingual Centre, the official opening was held in 1973. Left to right: Gordon MacMurchy, Minister of Education; Hugh Faulkner, Secretary of State; Dr. John Archer, Regina Campus Principal; Dr. J.W.T. Spinks, U. of S. President, Saskatoon; B. Wilhelm, Acting Director.
After announcing plans in February 1968 for a Bilingual Centre, the official opening was held in 1973. Left to right: Gordon MacMurchy, Minister of Education; Hugh Faulkner, Secretary of State; Dr. John Archer, Regina Campus Principal; Dr. J.W.T. Spinks, U. of S. President, Saskatoon; B. Wilhelm, Acting Director. Photo: U of R Archives and Special Collections, 84-11 (35). 1973. U of R Photography, 73-072-1.

Among the historical highlights at the University of Regina and its forerunners during the month of February:

1910:  “METHODISTS TO BUILD $500,000 RESIDENTIAL COLLEGE IN REGINA” is a headline in the Leader newspaper. The article says organizers “were conscious of the fact that a nation could not be great because it had vast belts of wheat land. It was not great because it may have great mineral or forest or sea wealth. The real assets of a nation were to be found in the manhood and womanhood of the land.”