The Government of Saskatchewan is pleased to announce two new Provincial Heritage Property designations: the Fish Lake Métis Settlement and the Moose Mountain Chalet and Cabins. Read more.
Main Street is a community-driven program that revitalizes historic downtown commercial districts based on the principles of community organization, economic development, marketing and heritage conservation.
Four communities were chosen to demonstrate the program in this province. Information on the program and the four communities is found here.
The different types of heritage protected in Saskatchewan, recognizing the unique cultural landscape of our province.
The Heritage Conservation Branch is responsible for protecting Saskatchewan's rich and diverse heritage legacy. This mandate is accomplished principally through inventory, regulatory, research, and consultative programs and services.
Learn about the levels of heritage designation in Saskatchewan. Includes guides, forms and sample documents to help in the designation process.
There are over 800 designated heritage properties in Saskatchewan. Explore our province's heritage using the online searchable database.
If you own a heritage property, or have questions about whether heritage designation is right for you, check here.
A free service for developers to assess the heritage sensitivity of quarter sections in Saskatchewan. It can be used as a planning tool, as well as for obtaining heritage clearance.
Fill out these forms to find out if your project needs a heritage assessment (HRIA). There is also a list of archaeological consultants.
Permit applications and site forms for archaeological and palaeontological work.
Information and resources to help municipalities manage their historic places.
Check out our library of publications and research to learn more about Saskatchewan's heritage.