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Archives and libraries in Saskatchewan Saskatchewan Archives Board This website includes guides to using a variety of genealogical sources for Saskatchewan Saskatchewan Information Library Services Consortium City of Regina Archives Maintains the permanent historical records and related materials of the City of Regina.

The City of Regina has cancelled its National Indigenous Peoples Day celebration to help minimize and prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus.

Learn about the city's history by exploring the online City of Regina Archives or taking one of our many heritage walking tours.

MemorySask: the Saskatchewan Archival Information Network is a database of descriptions of archival material held in Saskatchewan archives.

1950-1959

Arts and Culture generate a wealth of contributions to the city's cultural, social, and economic fabric and that's why Regina embraces a vision of cultural planning that is strategic, integrated, responsive and comprehensive in scope. For further information about the material or to obtain copies, a link is provided to the contact information of the associated repository/archival Institution.

Board of Police Commissioners; Find A Unit; History.

The City of Regina Archive was established in 1985 to preserve the City’s corporate records.

MemorySask: the Saskatchewan Archival Information Network is a database of descriptions of archival material held in Saskatchewan archives.

R E G I N A Post office opened on November 1, 1882.

The City of Regina is creating a virtual exhibit to highlight Regina's Indigenous community as part of its Canada 150 celebrations.

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Regina (/ r ɪ ˈ dʒ aɪ n ə /) is the capital city of the Canadian province of Saskatchewan.The city is the second-largest in the province, after Saskatoon and is a commercial centre for southern Saskatchewan.

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