Legislative Building from the air, ca.1940

SK Archives Photo R-A1039


Fort Qu'Appelle Cycling Club in front of H.B.C. store, 1898

SK Archives Photo R-A4912


Interior view of the library at the legislative building, 1959

SK Archives Photo R-A14080-4


16th Avenue and Smith Street, in the aftermath of the Regina Cyclone, 1912 (photographer: Edgar C. Rossie)

SK Archives Photo R-B215-10


Early automobile, ca.1908

SK Archives Photo R-A4674


Introduction to the Archives

The Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan is the provincial agency responsible for acquiring, preserving and making available records of significance to the history of the Province of Saskatchewan. The Archives holds an extensive and diverse Permanent Collection of historical records that includes public documents created by governments ranging from the Territorial period to modern day, as well as records from private citizens, businesses and institutions dating from the mid-19th century to recent times.  Officially established in 1945 as the Saskatchewan Archives Board, the name of the institution changed to the Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan on August 24, 2015. Our Permanent Collection provides a unique source of information highlighting Saskatchewan’s rich and varied history. The archival information on the site is regularly updated improve and increase online access to the documentary memory of the province.

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News and Events

The Archives is on the move!

Check out what’s happening with our move and what activities are going on at the Archives.

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Family History & Land Records

William Pearson Company land seekers excursion, 1912

SK Archives Photo R-A14794

Some of the most heavily used records at the Provincial Archives relate to family history and land.

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About Our Collection

SK Archives Photo from S78-114

Learn about Provincial Archives' private and public records, and find fun and educational activities for young historians.

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In the exhibits and features found in this gallery, archival records from the Archives' Collection are used to document the history of this province and its people.  Check out the Archives' new exhibit,  "The Spanish Flu in Saskatchewan" .

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