The third film in the Regeneration on Main Street series, which highlights the accomplishments of four Saskatchewan communities participating in the Main Street Saskatchewan Program, has been released, showcasing the Town of Maple Creek.
The films, produced by the National Trust for Canada and 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 Main Street program that leverages local heritage and cultural assets to generate economic, social and cultural activity and improved quality of life.
The Regeneration on Main Street film series was made possible by support from the Government of Saskatchewan, SaskCulture, Main Street Wolseley and Main Street Indian Head.
To view the third Regeneration on Main Street film, showcasing Maple Creek, click here. The remaining film will be released next week.