About Us

About Us

The Saskatchewan Genealogical Society (SGS) is the voice of genealogy in Saskatchewan.  With 14 branches and over 850 members, the purpose of the non-profit, volunteer organization is to promote and develop the study, research and preservation of genealogy and family history.  The mandate is to preserve Saskatchewan records; provide assistance to Saskatchewan residents researching their heritage anywhere, and to people from elsewhere researching their Saskatchewan heritage.

The SGS Library is the largest genealogical lending library in Canada.  The library is open to the public, however, only members may borrow books.

Location:

The Provincial Office, Library and Research Room are located on the ground floor at

110 – 1514 11th Avenue

Regina, Saskatchewan

(At the intersection of 11th Avenue and St. John Street, 3 blocks east of Broad Street)

* * * NOTE:  The SGS Office and Library is a SCENT FREE work environment.* * *

Due to the size of our facility, the records maintained, and staff sensitivities we ask that you visit us SCENT FREE.  Persons attending the library or office wearing fragrance may be asked to leave the premise.

 

Parking:  Metered parking is available on 11th Avenue.  Free two hour parking is available on side streets.  Do not park in parking lot east of the building.

 

Staff:

Executive Director

Deanne Cairns

 

Executive Assistant

Lisa Warren

 

Provincial Librarian

Vacant

 

Administrative Assistant

Lisa Dawn Matthaei

 

 

Mailing Address:                                                                 Phone:   1-306-780-9207

P.O. Box 1894                                                                               Email:  saskgenealogy@sasktel.net

Regina, Saskatchewan

S4P 3E1 Canada