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Saskatchewan Gen Web Provincial Genealogy Resources

1. Swift Current

2. Moose Jaw

3. Weyburn

4. Kindersley

5. Regina

6. Yorkton

Lloydminster region 10 Prince Albert region 11 Battleford region 7 Saskatoon Region 8 Kamsack Region 9 Kindersley Region 4 Regina Region 5 Swift Current Region 1 Moose Jaw Region 2 Weyburn Region 3 Yorkton Region 6
7. Battleford

7a. St. Joseph's Colony

8. Saskatoon

9. Kamsack

10. Lloydminster

10a. Barr Colony

11. Prince Albert


Saskatchewan Gen Web Regional Research Areas
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Extensive compilation (including place name changes) of over 3,000 Saskatchewan locations and their Sask Gen Web district


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Canada's provincial name "Saskatchewan" is abbreviated either Sask. or SK (new)
The Gen Web regional sites marked on the above map are determined approximately by the highway that is used for their borders. They do not follow any physical, county, geophysical, political, school division or rural municipality boundaries in any way.









Sask Gen Web
Regional Boundaries


Maps showing Provincial/Territorial border evolution


Saskatchewan became a province of Canada in 1905
Before this date this area was part of the Northwest Territories and the provisional districts were Assiniboia, Saskatchewan and Athabasca.

Pioneers and Prominent People of Saskatchewan


The 1881, 1901,1906, and 1911 Canadian Census are now online.
Sask Gen Web area was a part of the North West Territories until 1905. 1901 NWT Placename Index!


Saskatchewan Ethnic Cultural Network - Saskatchewan Historic Ethnic Settlement Areas


Saskatchewan Genealogy Magazine

Saskatchewan Genealogy Web : Sask Gen Web E-Magazine
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In honour of the province's Centennial 1905-2005
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