Heritage Awards, presented by the the Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan. November 2, 2021
The Heritage Awards are presented annually, and provide an opportunity to recognize heritage projects that build resilient and sustainable communities for the future. In celebrating success stories, the Awards program lauds, inspires, encourages and catalyzes the safeguarding of Saskatchewan’s rich and diverse living heritage for generations to come.
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2021 Heritage Award Winners
Muskeg Lake Food Forest/sakaw pimatan, Muskeg Lake Cree Nation
The Great Southwest Shakespeare Festival, Lyric Theatre
Garrick Schmidt, Educator
Heritage Moments, Waskesiu Heritage Museum
Outreach by Yorkton Historic Flour Mill
An Honest, Genial and Kindly People, publication by Adrian Paton
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Ceremony photos on our Flickr page here!
Category winners of the 2019 Heritage Awards:
Physical Heritage Conservation: College Avenue Campus Renewal Project (University of Regina), Melfort Historic Post Office (City of Melfort), Smithfield Restoration Project (The Smithfield Society Inc.)
Public Outreach: Traders & Trappers - A Fur Trade Card Game (Saskatchewan Archaeological Society)
Community Development: Living Heritage Art Workshops (Southwest Oldtimers Museum & The Art House)
Intangible Cultural Heritage: Learning from Our Elders Living Heritage Workshops (Cumberland House), Kronau Heritage Museum Video Series (Kronau Heritage Museum), Letterpress Now (University of Regina Department of Visual Arts)
2018 AwardsCeremony photos on our Flickr page here!
Category winners of the 2018 Heritage Awards:
Physical Heritage Conservation: Confederation Park & Fountain, Khedive Heritage Recreation Centre, The Frontenac Apartments
Public Outreach: Journées du patrimoine/Heritage Days, Original Humboldt - Sharing Stories of the Land
Community Development: nehiyawak Language Experience
Intangible Cultural Heritage: Souris Moose Creek Region Video Series