"Batoche National Historic Site of Canada" is located near the South Saskatchewan River north of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
The Saint Antoine de Padoue Church which is a Classified Federal Heritage building is located on the site. It was built using a Red River frame construction technique and is clad in horizontal wood siding.
The Saint Antoine de Padoue Church was the site of events during the Battle of Batoche. Bullet holes above the doorway to the church are the most tangible evidence of the historic Battle of Batoche that occurred here in May of 1885. There was no steeple on the church at the time, and Major General Frederick Middleton and his North West Field Force of 800 men apparently didn't know they were firing on a place where Louis Riel regularly worshipped .
This Information was taken from the internet.
Duck Lake Interpretive Centre
The Museum carries a full display of Glen's Artwork in their gift shop and theatre.
#5 Anderson Avenue, Duck Lake, SK
Ph. 306-467-2226 or Toll Free 1-888-521-2226
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He will be happy to say hello and autograph a free year at a glance calendar for you!
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