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Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan Appoints Provincial Archivist

Released on October 7, 2021

The Government of Saskatchewan is pleased to announce that Carol Radford-Grant has been appointed the new Provincial Archivist of Saskatchewan.

The Provincial Archivist is responsible for providing professional and strategic leadership and direction to all areas of the archives and its operations. The Provincial Archivist reports to the Board of Directors for the Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan.

"By preserving and giving access to historical documents, the Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan helps us to understand, value and learn from our past," SaskBuilds and Procurement Minister Jim Reiter said. "I'd like to welcome Carol Radford-Grant to her new role as she leads this important work."

"The board believes Ms. Radford-Grant has the necessary vision, knowledge and innovative skills to lead the Provincial Archives and manage the institution in an ever-changing operating environment," Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan Board Chair Dr. Louise Greenberg said.

Radford-Grant had been the City Archivist for the City of Toronto since 2012. Before joining the City of Toronto, Radford-Grant specialized in regulatory records, working in various positions for the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario, the Archives of Ontario, and the Ontario College of Teachers.

"I am looking forward to working with the staff and Board of the Saskatchewan Archives to advance awareness of archives in the community and in government," Radford-Grant said. "We also plan to address the future needs of the Provincial Archives."

The Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan plays an important role in preserving the cultural resources of the province. The Provincial Archives collects public records of historical value, as well as records of individuals, organizations, businesses and associations. The preservation of these records ensures that documentary evidence is available to researchers today and for years to come. The Provincial Archives enables the Government of Saskatchewan to fulfill its public trust by preserving and providing access to its official record.


For more information, contact: 

Devin Pacholik
SaskBuilds and Procurement
Phone: 306-570-4011 

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