Designating a Heritage Property
The Heritage Property Act
Addison Sod House (B. Flaman 2003)
The Heritage Property Act (1980) is the primary statue for protecting, conserving and developing heritage property in Saskatchewan. The legislation is comprehensive empowering both the province and municipal governments with the authority to protect and regulate heritage property. Click here for additional information on key heritage site protection provisions under The Heritage Property Act.
As part of a broader initiative to streamline government, The Heritage Property Act was amended in May 2010 to provide for the on-going operation of the Saskatchewan Heritage Foundation as well as the Saskatchewan Geographic Names Program.
For more information on The Heritage Property Act, please contact us at:
Heritage Conservation Branch