News and Events at the Provincial Archives

Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan Christmas Hours

Our Reading Room will be closed Wednesday Dec. 26 to Friday Dec. 28, 2018.  Our public hours will resume on Wednesday Jan.2, 2019 at 10:00 am.

Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan
Consolidation of Offices

The Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan is commencing activities associated with the consolidation of office and records storage sites in Regina.  It is expected that this will be completed by August 2019. 

Our office in Saskatoon will be closing to the public effective December 21, 2018.  Regular public reference service hours in Regina 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 (Regina) or (306) 933-5832 (Saskatoon).  

Thank you


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 invites you to view the trailer for the upcoming release of the final chapter in
our From the Prairies to the Trenches First World War video series,
"Amiens, Armistice and Aftermath, January 1918 to June 1919"

Please visit our YouTube channel at  Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan.

The complete video will premiere in November 2018.

A French version of the first four videos from this series
has been translated and recorded in collaboration with
Radio-Canada host Doris Labrie of the program Pour faire un monde, 
Prof. Sylvain Rheault of La Cité at the University of Regina, 
and the Société historique de la Saskatchewan. 
To view these French videos, visit Radio-Canada’s website at  

The Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan

invites you to view the other four chapters of our video series,

‘From the Prairies to the Trenches: Saskatchewan and the First World War’

Please visit our YouTube channel, Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan .