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ABANDONED BRIDGE

by Troy Larson, Ghosts of North America This abondoned Saskatchewan bridge, a concrete arch bridge, also sometimes referred to as a "bowstring arch", is in southwestern Saskatchewan, just over two...

GOVERNMENT HOUSE

Government House, 4607 Dewdney Avenue, Regina, is one of 52 Provincial Heritage Properties. It was commissioned in 1888, after the Territorial capital was moved by the federal government to Regina...

HERITAGE AWARDS SK

The Lieutenant Governor's Heritage Awards, now administered by Heritage Saskatchewan, provide an opportunity to recognize heritage projects that build resilient and sustainable communities for the...

THE ADDISON SOD HOUSE

The Addison Sod House is one of 52 Provincial Heritage Properties in Saskatchewan (1992) and is also a National Historic Site of Canada (2004). This house is located in the Rural Municipality of...

Ode to my Prairie Schoolhouse

All the kids in my hometown attended our one room school. I remember the big picture of King George, the Union Jack, the maps, and the shelf of old books. There were lots of kids at the school at one...

Directory of Heritage Professionals

Did you know the Architectural Heritage Society of Saskatchewan maintains an online directory of heritage professionals? We do, primarily to provide you a source of contacts for advice, funding,...

Saskatchewan Archives

At the City of Saskatoon Archives, they work to preserve and provide access to the historical records of the City as well as to those of historically significant individuals and organizations. Did...

Built Heritage Archive?

Many organizations and individuals have accumulated a wide range of books, records and other resources associated with built heritage and Saskatchewan. Some old books are, in themselves, works of art...

Historic Properties & Sites