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Saskatchewan

Canadian Archival Resources on the Internet

Links to genealogical resources and databases.

City of Regina Archives
Maintains the permanent historical records and related materials of the Corporation of the City of Regina. These records are comprised of a wide variety of material, chiefly textual records, photographs and architectual drawings

City of Saskatoon Archives
Links and information on researching your family history in Saskatoon.

Saskatchewan Archives
The Saskatchewan Archives was established under legislation in 1945 as a joint university-government agency. While The Archives Act was passed in that year, steps to care for public and private archives had begun much earlier. From as early as 1909, the Legislative Library had been collecting and preserving historical documents.

Saskatchewan Gen Web
Links and information for researching your family history in Saskatchewan.

Saskatchewan Genealogical Society
We provide assistance to anyone researching their heritage in Saskatchewan and around the world and we promote, encourage and foster the study of genealogical and original research in the Province of Saskatchewan.

Saskatchewan Genealogy Links
Well presented links to genealogy resources.

Ukrainian Museum of Canada
Founded in 1936 in Saskatoon. It was established as Canada’s first Ukrainian museum and serves as a center dedicated to the advancement of knowledge and preservation of Ukrainian heritage in Canada. It is the headquarters museum for a national network of branch museums, which were established in Toronto (1944), Edmonton (1944), Winnipeg (1950) and Vancouver (1957). An associated Calgary Collection was established in the 1970’s. The museum has been actively involved in promoting ethnographic, visual and performing arts and history locally, provincially and nationally. From modest beginnings, together with strong community support, the Ukrainian Museum has developed into one of Canada’s major Ukrainian collections.

 
 
     
 
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