Preparing for Your Visit to the Archives

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.

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  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.

Please contact the Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan prior to making any travel arrangements to conduct research, and visit our News and Events webpage frequently for updates about the consolidation project (https://www.saskarchives.com/news-and-events.)

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


Planning your visit will help to ensure that you get the most out of your time at the Provincial Archives. It is helpful to prepare for your visit by reading any published sources available on your research topic before approaching the original primary sources at the Provincial Archives.

You may also want to consult Threshold, which contains descriptions of a large portion of our Collection, to see if we have any materials that would be relevant to your topic in advance of your visit.

Patrons interested in researching family history should consult the family history research section of this website before making your visit to the Archives.

Although you are not required to make an appointment, it is often wise to contact the Archives before your visit, to determine which sources may be available for your topic, their extent, and their accessibility.

We also strongly suggest that you familiarize yourself with our reading room services and procedures so that you know what to expect when you visit our office.

There is no charge to visit our reading room and view our materials in person.  Reproductions may be made of most archival material in our Collection.  Our current fee schedule describes all available reproduction and special services, and states the associated fees.

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