About Our Collection

Public reference services are available Monday through Friday, from 10 am to 4 pm at 3303 Hillsdale Street in Regina, Saskatchewan.

Consolidation Project:

The Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan is consolidating offices and services into a single location through 2019 and into 2020.

Reference services will continue at the Hillsdale location until further notice.

Records formerly located in Saskatoon are now available for consultation and research in our reading room at 3303 Hillsdale Street in Regina.

Through the consolidation project, availability of some records may be occasionally limited. Please contact our Reference and Outreach Services at (306) 787-4068 prior to making any travel arrangements to conduct research so we can confirm availability.

In early 2020, we will open our consolidated location at 2440 Broad Street in Regina. Until then, we look forward to serving you at our Hillsdale location.

If record donors or research clients have any questions, please contact Reference & Outreach Services at: (306) 787-4068.


The Provincial Archives plays an important role in preserving the cultural resources of the province.  It acquires and preserves records essential not just for self-knowledge, but also for the protection of our rights, individually and collectively.  The Archives collects both private and public records, and once acquired, these records are made part of the permanent collection.

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