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Apply for an Archaeological Permit and Submit a Site Form – Professional

Overview

These forms are required for archaeological projects in Saskatchewan. They are intended for professional archaeologists only. Forms and information for the amateur community are also available.

Benefits

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

Eligibility

These forms are intended for individuals with a Masters or PHD in Archaeology. 

How to Apply

In order to conduct archaeological research and investigations within the province, one should review all relevant policies.

Use these form to apply for an Heritage Resource Impact Assessment (HRIA) permit and record an archaeological site:

  • HRIA Permit Application Form – Use this form to apply for a permit to conduct an archaeological impact assessment in the Province of Saskatchewan. This form can be submitted via email to arms@gov.sk.ca.  Sections include:
    • Location of Project
    • Investigation Proposal
    • Description of Proposed Land Development
    • Curation

  • HRIA-M/ Research Permit Application Form -  Use this form to apply for a permit to conduct archaeological impact mitigation or research in the Province of Saskatchewan. This form can be submitted via email to arms@gov.sk.ca. Sections include:
    • Location of Project
    • Investigation Proposal
    • Description of Proposed Land Development
    • Curation
    • Project-Specific Methodology
    • Project-Specific Mitigation Methodology
  • Interactive Saskatchewan Archaeological Resource Record (SARR) Form – Use this form to record all new archaeological sites. 
    Please contact arms@gov.sk.ca to request this form. The request must include the user’s version of Adobe Acrobat or Reader.

Need help? Use the manual below to learn how to fill out SAAR forms:



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