News and Events at the Provincial Archives


Tour announcement

The Provincial Archives is pleased to announce public tours of our new facility starting June 1st. Come see our fabulous and state of the art new accommodations and learn how we preserve and give access to our Province's history! Book your tour by contacting or call us at 1-833-382-4068.

Pictured Board of Trade delegates preparing to leave Regina for a tour of Montana, 1957 (S73_69_GM_57_234_01).


In-Person Reference Services

The Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan is open for in-person reference services at our Public Reading Room at 2440 Broad Street in Regina. Our public hours are Monday to Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and 1:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. The Public Reading Room is closed from 12:30 p.m. until 1:30 p.m. 

While public health protocols related to the prevention of COVID-19 have been lifted, we are committed to keeping you safe during your visit:

  • Enhanced cleaning protocols remain in place in our public spaces;
  • Masks and gloves are optional but are available upon request;
  • We continue to ask all researchers to wash their hands not only for the health and safety of others but to prevent potential damage to our records.

Please speak to staff if you have any concerns during your visit. 

Researchers are also welcome to use our online contact form or  enquire with us by phone at 306-787-4068.

Clients wishing to explore the many resources in our Permanent Collection may browse or search our online catalogue at

Please continue to visit this News and Events page for updates to services.

Searching for Homestead Records

The Saskatchewan Homestead Index Project (SHIP) website has now been taken out of service. All of the Homestead records remain searchable within the Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan’s online catalogue . If you require assistance searching for records please contact us .



What's New at the Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan?

Visit the Archives Gallery at 2440 Broad Street in Regina, featuring an exhibit of editorial cartoons by Brian Gable, a Saskatchewan native who has worked as an editorial cartoonist for the Regina LeaderPost and the Toronto Globe and Mail.

Visit our YouTube Channel to

  • take a virtual tour of our facility at 2440 Broad Street in Regina;
  • view digitized archival films;
  • watch interviews from  Heritage Saskatchewan’s “COVID-19 Culture” Living Heritage video project.



Archives Classroom for Young Historians

Looking for some educational activities to keep your school-aged children occupied?

Check out the many resources available on the Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan’s website in our Archives Classroom for Young Historians, where you'll be directed to:

  • Historical learning packages on Saskatchewan themes;
  • Virtual exhibits on a variety of topics; and
  • The online catalogue for our Permanent Collection, which includes thousands of images.

Normal School student practice teaching at Brownell School in Saskatoon, 1952. 
PAS Photo R-B2404