News and Events at the Provincial Archives

Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan

Consolidation of Offices

The Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan is consolidating offices and services into a single Regina location.  This project is expected to be completed by August 2019.

Our reading room in Saskatoon is now permanently closed for public reference services. Regular public reference services at our Regina reading room continue until further notice.  Please contact the Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan prior to making any travel arrangements to conduct research.

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

Un pas historique pour la préservation du patrimoine 
documentaire francophone en Saskatchewan

A historic step for preserving francophone
documentary heritage in Saskatchewan

Dans le cadre de la Semaine des archives 2019, la Société historique de la Saskatchewan et les Archives provinciales de la Saskatchewan ont signé une entente de collaboration à long terme propice au développement de services d’archives en français.

As part of Archives Week 2019, the Société historique de la Saskatchewan and the Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan have signed a long-term collaboration agreement for the development of French-language archival services In the province. 

Click here to read the news release.  Cliquez ici pour lire le communiqué de presse.



The Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan is happy to announce that our entire collection of back issues of Saskatchewan History magazine (1948-2017) are now available as free PDF downloads. Click here to learn more and to access the 182 available issues.




The Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan invites you to visit our YouTube channel to view our five-part video series:


From the Prairies to the Trenches

Saskatchewan and the First World War



‘From the Prairies to the Trenches’ examines the events of World War One from a uniquely Saskatchewan perspective, with each video focusing on a specific year of the conflict.

The Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan, in partnership with Radio-Canada and ‘La Cite’/ University of Regina, are happy in offering the series in both English and French language versions, with associated closed captioning.

A comprehensive listing of the sources used for the video series can be found here.