1. SGS Genealogy Treasure Hunt...

Let’s have a little fun, sharpen up our online research skills, and raise some funds to reduce our deficit! Information on how it works, when it starts, when it finishes, etc. are all available at the SGS Genealogy Treasure Hunt under the Education...

2. Culture Days

Come celebrate Culture Days with us … A Taste of Genealogy Open House on Friday, September 30 from 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm and/or by taking the Beginner Genealogy Workshop on Saturday, October 1 and Sunday, October 2 from 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm.  Location is 110 – 1514 11th Avenue in Regina (NW corner of 11th Avenue and St. John Street).  Further information available under the Education...

3. Saskatchewan World War 1 Casualties...

NOW AVAILABLE:  Saskatchewan World War 1 Casualties from Regina Leader 1914-1920 is split into two volumes.  Volume 7 is A-K and Volume 8 is L-Z and each volume is approximately 160 pages.  They are $30.00 for each volume or $55.00 for a set.  Order form is available under SGS...

4. Saskatchewan Cemetery Care and Maintenance...

The Saskatchewan Genealogical Society along with the Financial and Consumer Affairs Authority as pleased to present two cemetery care and maintenance guides:  the Saskatchewan Historic Cemetery Preservation Guide and the Operating Your Small Cemetery, A Primer for Saskatchewan Cemeterians.  These guides provide information and guidance for the establishment, maintenance, care and repair of headstones, cemetery grounds, as well as the management of...

5. SGS – Voice of Genealogy...

The Saskatchewan Genealogical Society Inc. (SGS) is the voice of genealogy in Saskatchewan. It is a non-profit provincial organization whose purpose is to promote and develop the study, research, and preservation of genealogy and family history. The mandate of the society is to preserve Saskatchewan records; provide assistance to Saskatchewan residents researching their heritage. The Saskatchewan Genealogical Society gratefully acknowledges that we have been designated as a Provincial Cultural Organization.  This designation provides annual core funding from Sask Lotteries as administered through SaskCulture. Additional funding for the Society is provided by membership, fundraising activities, donations, and sponsors. The Society is a Registered Charitable Organization and may issue tax creditable receipts for...
SGS Genealogy Treasure Hunt

SGS Genealogy Treasure Hunt

Let’s have a little fun, sharpen up our online research skills, and raise some funds to reduce our deficit! Information on how it works, when it starts, when it finishes, etc. are all available at the SGS Genealogy Treasure Hunt under the Education...
Culture Days

Culture Days

Come celebrate Culture Days with us … A Taste of Genealogy Open House on Friday, September 30 from 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm and/or by taking the Beginner Genealogy Workshop on Saturday, October 1 and Sunday, October 2 from 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm.  Location is 110 – 1514 11th Avenue in Regina (NW corner of 11th Avenue and St. John Street).  Further information available under the Education...
Saskatchewan World War 1 Casualties

Saskatchewan World War 1 Casualties

NOW AVAILABLE:  Saskatchewan World War 1 Casualties from Regina Leader 1914-1920 is split into two volumes.  Volume 7 is A-K and Volume 8 is L-Z and each volume is approximately 160 pages.  They are $30.00 for each volume or $55.00 for a set.  Order form is available under SGS...
Saskatchewan Cemetery Care and Maintenance

Saskatchewan Cemetery Care and Maintenance...

The Saskatchewan Genealogical Society along with the Financial and Consumer Affairs Authority as pleased to present two cemetery care and maintenance guides:  the Saskatchewan Historic Cemetery Preservation Guide and the Operating Your Small Cemetery, A Primer for Saskatchewan Cemeterians.  These guides provide information and guidance for the establishment, maintenance, care and repair of headstones, cemetery grounds, as well as the management of...
SGS – Voice of Genealogy

SGS – Voice of Genealogy

The Saskatchewan Genealogical Society Inc. (SGS) is the voice of genealogy in Saskatchewan. It is a non-profit provincial organization whose purpose is to promote and develop the study, research, and preservation of genealogy and family history. The mandate of the society is to preserve Saskatchewan records; provide assistance to Saskatchewan residents researching their heritage. The Saskatchewan Genealogical Society gratefully acknowledges that we have been designated as a Provincial Cultural Organization.  This designation provides annual core funding from Sask Lotteries as administered through SaskCulture. Additional funding for the Society is provided by membership, fundraising activities, donations, and sponsors. The Society is a Registered Charitable Organization and may issue tax creditable receipts for...

About Saskatchewan Genealogy

Mission Statement
SGS is a volunteer provincial heritage organization whose purpose is to promote and develop the study, research, and preservation of genealogy and family history. The many programs and services we offer are all designed to achieve our mission.

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SGS – Voice of Genealogy