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Provincial Heritage Property Designation

Any building, structure or site may be designated as a Provincial Heritage Property when it is of architectural, historical, cultural, environmental, archaeological, palaeontological, aesthetic or scientific value.

There are 52 provincially-designated properties in Saskatchewan.

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1. Benefits

Benefits of provincial heritage designation include:

  • legal protection under The Heritage Property Act that ensures the property's conservation;
  • eligibility for grant funding through the Saskatchewan Heritage Foundation; and
  • access to conservation advice and support from Heritage Conservation Branch officials.
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2. Eligibility

To qualify for Provincial Heritage Property designation, a property must:

  • be associated with an important aspect of Saskatchewan’s human or natural history;
  • be of outstanding provincial significance; and
  • retain the physical features that convey the property’s heritage value.
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3. How To Apply

To apply for Provincial Heritage Property designation, please review our Guide to Preparing a Provincial Heritage Property Nomination and complete the nomination form.


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4. Apply

Provincial Heritage Property Designation Nomination Form

Completed nomination forms can be mailed to:

Heritage Conservation Branch
2nd Floor, 3211 Albert Street
Regina, Saskatchewan
S4S 5W6


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