Day Pass


SGS is pleased to announce a $10.00 DAY PASS
to access its members only databases

Saskatchewan Genealogical Society now offers a Day Pass to non-members to access our online databases.  The Day Pass can be used in our library or remotely from your home.

  • Fee is $10.00 and is only available for 24 hours.  The Day Pass is available Monday to Friday.  We accept payment by cash, cheque, money order, visa or master card.  Payment by cheque or money order is made payable to SGS.  Mail payment by cash, cheque or money order to:  SGS, PO Box 1894, Regina   SK   S4P 3E1.  Payment by credit card can be done by phone (306) 780-9207, fax (306) 780-3615, e-mail or mail.
  • Upon receiving payment, you will then receive a membership number.  Using this membership number along with a username that you create yourself, you will then register on our site to use the databases.  Your will receive an e-mail advising your access has been granted.  You will then have 24 hours to use the databases.
  • Your access to the databases will be removed when your 24 hours expires.
  • Below is information on the online databases that are available on our website; and the directions to register on our site for the online databases.


On-line Databases:

The following databases are on our website to assist researchers:

  • Saskatchewan Residents Index (SRI) – an index of over 3 million names of former and present residents within Saskatchewan.  The names have been extracted from local history books and other Saskatchewan resources such as Henderson directories, cemetery files, census records, school year books, etc.  The SRI contains name, location and source information; a valuable tool for the researcher.  This is an ongoing project that is done by volunteers.
  • Burial Index – an index of burial information for approximately 500,000 individuals buried in Saskatchewan.  The records to these cemeteries are located in our library and can be accessed by anyone in the library.  This is an ongoing project that is done by volunteers.
  • Obituary Index – an index of obituary information for approximately 750,000 individuals.  This collection is located in our library and can be accessed by anyone in the library.  A portion of this is online and will continue to be added to.  This is an ongoing project that is done by volunteers.
  • Cummins Maps – Cummins Maps contain the name and location of individuals living in Saskatchewan during the 1920s.  Maps have been digitized for easy viewing.
  • Change of Name Index – is an index of individuals who changed their names and are listed in the Saskatchewan Gazette from 1917 to 1950.
  • RCMP Obituary Index – is an index of names as well as the source for the obituary.  The obituaries are available at the SGS.
  • NW Rebellion War Claims Index – provides the names of those who requested compensation as a result of the 1885 NW Rebellion. Each name is linked to the entry regarding the request.


SGS Indexes Value-Added Membership Benefits
SRI – name and location SRI – name, location, source information
Burial Index – name, age and location Burial Index – name, spouse, parents, location, cemetery name, Rural Municipality, headstone information and photo when available.
Obituary Index – name and location Obituary Index – name, spouse’s name, parents’ names, age, date of birth, date of death, date of burial, location, other family, children.
Cummins Maps – index of maps Cummins Maps (digitized) – index of maps, map image.
Saskatchewan Change of Name Index Saskatchewan Change of Name Index
RCMP Obituary Index – name RCMP Obituary Index – name, regiment number, rank, volume number.
NW Rebellion War Claims Index – name NW Rebellion War Claims Index – name and link to document.