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CANADA LIFE ASSURANCE BUILDING

CANADA LIFE ASSURANCE BUILDING

This significant six-storey building was constructed by 1914 for the Canada Life Assurance Company. It served that purpose until 1947 when it was purchased by the newly created Saskatchewan...

SOME VERY HISTORIC PLACES

SOME VERY HISTORIC PLACES

What historic places are Saskatchewan's oldest? We referred to Wikipedia.com to find out what its contributors had to say about this question. It turns out that the oldest historic place on record,...

CLAYBANK BRICK PLANT HERITAGE SITE

CLAYBANK BRICK PLANT HERITAGE SITE

Claybank Brick Plant hosted hundreds of visitors during its annual Heritage Day festival a week ago. You may still visit Claybank today or any other Sunday in summer. It's worth the drive. The Plant...

ARCHITECTURAL HERITAGE REALLY REPRESENTS MODERN TOURISM

ARCHITECTURAL HERITAGE REALLY REPRESENTS...

We celebrated Tourism Week in Saskatchewan in June. This helps bring attention to Saskatchewan and the impact of tourism here. The tourism industry contributes significantly to the our economy....

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR AWARDS 2018

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR AWARDS 2018

The 2018 Lieutenant Governor’s Heritage Awards were presented at Government House in Regina by His Honour the Honourable W. Thomas Malloy on Wednesday, June 13th. This annual event celebrates...

LEGACY PUBLICATIONS

LEGACY PUBLICATIONS

Margaret Hryniuk, Frank Korvemaker and Larry Easton have produced two coffee-table books relating to historic Saskatchewan buildings. Legacy of Stone focuses on stone buildings erected throughout the...

GOVERNMENT HOUSE

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...

SASKATCHEWAN ARCHIVES

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...

Historic Properties & Sites


All Saints Anglican Church, Katepwa Beach  Origin:1887  GovtSKImage
81 2nd Avenue North, Yorkton, SK  Origin:1910  Image:skgov
2020 11th Avenue, Regina  Origin:1912  Image:PD
Residence, 165 Elgin Crescent, Lumsden, SK  Circa:1900  Image:skgov
Barn at Motherwell Homestead, National Heritage Site of Canada, near Abernethy, SK
1400 College Avenue, Regina, SK  Origin:1013  govSKphoto
Town Hall, 120 1st Street East, Meadow Lake, SK  Origin:1938-52  GovSKphoto
Yorkton Organic Milling Ltd. / Smith Flour Mill, Yorkton  Origin:1898  Image:GovSK/Lee
McCabe's Grain Elevator, RM of Baildon 131  Origin:1913  Image:Robertson  Now located at Sukanen Ship Pioneer Village and Museum, 12km south of Moose Jaw
Sask Wheat Pool Elevator #901, Hepburn  Origin:1928  Image:Robertson
Saskatchewan Wheat Pool Elevator, Parkside  Origin:1951  Image:GovtSask
H. T. Schmidt Elevator Alberta Pacific Grain Co. Elevator, Val Marie  Origin:1924  Image:GovtSask