Before Alexander Robson came west in 1883 to work as a Presbyterian missionary in Fort Qu’Appelle, Wolseley and Indian Head, he had been a stone mason in Ayr, Ontario. It proved to be a useful occupation for a preacher who helped build at least two stone churches and a school when settlers arrived on the […]

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