Lloydminster council reviewing museum’s collections management policy

Posted by Michelle Brownridge on December 17th, 2018

The Lloydminster Cultural & Science Centre (LCSC) is looking to city council for a formal policy on its collections. A new policy would be for guiding the LCSC administration in managing, acquiring, storing and preserving artifacts. Council is reviewing its options on how to best represent Lloydminster in the LCSC. One concern that Mayor Gerald Aalbers has is how the LCSC stands out from other museums in Saskatchewan. "We know the Barr Colonists play a huge role in the area, oil and gas has played a huge role, agriculture has played a huge role," says Aalbers. Aalbers acknowledges this history is a big part of Lloydminster. Read more...

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