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Searching Saskatchewan Places

Explore Saskatchewan’s Designated Heritage Property and Geographic Names

Welcome to our web-accessible GIS-based tool containing information about Saskatchewan’s over 13,000 geographic names and historic places designated under The Heritage Property Act.

The tool can be used to search for a specific historic place or geographic feature by name, type of feature, type of heritage designation and location/municipality. You can also explore using the interactive mapping feature. Historical information for most geographic names is based on Bill Barry’s People Places publications and research.

Learning about the history of a name and historic place is just a click away.

Saskatchewan Geographic Names Search

Content advisory: Some of the information found in the geographic names database contains historical terminology that reflects its period of creation but is considered offensive or derogatory today. The Heritage Conservation Branch is working to review and address these issues.

Saskatchewan Heritage Property Search

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