Sunday, August 18, 2019

Saskatchewan Birth, Marriage and Death Certificates

Sentinals of the Prairies - Grain Elevators

--Photo credit: Joan Miller, Taken at Wakaw, Sask, 2005

Finding Vital Records in Sask

Saskatchewan Vital Statistics maintains a province-wide registration of births, marriages, and deaths.  A written application to the Director of Vital Statistics is required, using a  form that can be obtained from Vital Statistics, Saskatchewan Archives Board, or the Saskatchewan Genealogy Society.

The application requires you to show your relationship to the person whose record you want to obtain. If the person in question is living, you must obtain their consent.

Marriage registrations for the area now Saskatchewan began in 1878, birth and death registrations began in 1888. Until 1920, registrations were not always reported on a regular basis.   A fee may be applied to obtain information.

To find out more contact Saskatchewan Vital Statistics (now called Information Services Corporation)

Vital Statistics (link to online search)

Locations and contact information

Related Links:
Find Obituaries (American) Online


4 Responses to “Saskatchewan Birth, Marriage and Death Certificates”
  1. Blumen says:

    The picture looks very melancholic! I love it!

  2. Glad you enjoy it :) Thanks for stopping by!


  3. Douglas Doss says:

    Notice your page here shows your researching surname Cole, I have Thomas Robert Moffatt married to Mary Louise Cole, my greatgrand parents on mother side, do you have any information on Her, also looking of advice on researching information in Sack Canada, would like to get my Grandfather Maurice Cole Moffatt birth cert, ps nice photo, have a great day!

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