Encyclopedia of Saskatchewan
The Encyclopedia of Saskatchewan contains approximately 2,300 entries dealing with all aspects of life in Saskatchewan, including in-depth theme essays and over 1,000 illustrations, maps, and historical and contemporary photographs.
The Debates and Proceedings of the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan, (Hansard) is a verbatim report of the debates which take place in the Assembly.
Our Roots enables you to find information about the history of your small town, rural area or large city, the Acadian migration to the Maritimes, Métis heroes, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police or the Irish at Grosse Isle in a matter of seconds, in simple searches? Well, look no further than ourroots.ca, Canada’s Local Histories online, the website that brings Canada’s history to life.
Saskatchewan Archival & Information Network
Saskatchewan Archival & Information Network (SAIN) is a database of descriptions of archival material held in Saskatchewan archives. It is divided into a collections database and a photograph database. There are lots of hidden treasures here for the history buff. It is a work in progress, with new descriptions being added regularly.
Saskatchewan Executive & Legislative Directory
The Saskatchewan Executive and Legislative Directory provides a convenient and authoritative historical record of the people who have been connected with public affairs in Saskatchewan as members of the Executive Council and the Legislative Assembly, as permanent heads of the chief government departments, and as candidates in successive elections.
Saskatchewan History Online explores Saskatchewan’s cultural and historical record online with this project by the University of Saskatchewan.