The Campbell Memorial Bursaries

Established by the children of Milton Neil Campbell and Hazel May Campbell (Dixon).

Our father went from Prince Edward Island in 1902 to what later became Saskatchewan. He was appointed by Prime Minister R. B. Bennett as western Canada's representative and vice-chairman from 1933 to 1943. Our mother came from her native Minnesota to Saskatchewan and was a hardworking and very caring mother with our father often away attending to constituency matters and later Tariff Board matters.

Our father regretted having to have his education unfinished at Prince of Wales College due to temporary eyesight problems and he encouraged us children in developing a love of reading. He would have been proud that we established our bursary for students who needed financial help.