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Archaeological Professional Applications


These forms are required for archaeological projects in Saskatchewan and are intended for professional archaeologists only.


They help to ensure that all projects adhere to the obligations, regulations and policies imposed by The Heritage Property Act.


These forms are intended for individuals with a Master's or PhD in Archaeology.

How to Apply

Before you apply to conduct archaeological research and investigations within the province review the relevant policies:

Apply for Heritage Resource Impact Assessment (HRIA) permit and record an archaeological site:

  • HRIA Permit Application Form - to conduct an archaeological impact assessment in Saskatchewan, sections include:
    • Location of Project
    • Investigation Proposal
    • Description of Proposed Land Development
    • Curation

  • HRIA-M/ Research Permit Application Form - to conduct archaeological impact mitigation or research in Saskatchewan, sections include:
    • Location of Project
    • Investigation Proposal
    • Description of Proposed Land Development
    • Curation
    • Project-Specific Methodology
    • Project-Specific Mitigation Methodology

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