The Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan

Custodian of the documentary heritage of Saskatchewan

We acquire, preserve and make available records that are significant to the history of Saskatchewan.

208 TB

digital material in our holdings

31.6 km

of textual records

1.9 million+

photos, maps & special media items

About Our Collection

Explore the various records held in our permanent collection

Featured Exhibits

Explore the rich history of Saskatchewan through photographs and materials from our collections.

News and Events

William James Presentations with Saskatchewan Libraries

The Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan and various Saskatchewan libraries have partnered together to present to you the William J. James collection virtually!

William James was a self-taught professional photographer based out of Prince Albert from the late 1890s until the 1930s. The PAS currently has an exhibit set up at its physical location in Regina showcasing James’ work. 

For complete details, visit the News and Events page.

From Our Collection

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Snow covered car at the Melfort ferry landing

PAS Photo R-A566_050

Automobile driving on snow covered road, 1956

Axel Peterson fonds. PAS Photo R-C5029.

View of Victoria Ave., east of Albert St. 1945

Axel Peterson fonds. PAS Photo R-C4310.

Conservation officer, F. Beaudoin, checks trap line. 1959

PAS Photo R-B4740-1.

Dog team on the race trail at the Winter Carnival, 1964.

PAS Photo R-B11154.

Average Load Logs, 1931

Lumbering operations of the B.F. Harris Co., Crooked River. PAS Photo R-A957-004.