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A young Cadet interacting with artefacts.

Free Interpretive Gallery Tours

The exhibits included are Deo et Patriae: For God and Country - The University of Saskatchewan and the Great War and Vimy - Battle. Memorial. Icon.

Join us on Saturdays and Sundays at 1PM during the months of September, October, and Novemeber, to experience a free guided tour led by one of our brilliant docents. Through hands-on learning and additional narratives and storytelling, visitors will have the opportunity for a more critical and personal interaction with the history of Canada and the Great War.

Deo et Patriae - For God and Country: The University of Saskatchewan and the Great War

Interactive artefacts connected to Deo et Patriae.

This exhibit examines how the Great War profoundly altered the University of Saskatchewan and irrevocably transformed its sense of identity as an institution. By highlighting the achievements and sacrifices of individuals, this exhibit explores the U of S community’s role in the war effort, the War’s impact on campus life and education, and the legacy that is indelibly evident in the memorials throughout campus.

Click here for more information on this exhibit.



Vimy - Battle.Memorial.Icon.

Valued guests reading through the Vimy display.

This is a travelling exhibit from the Canadian War Museum. For Canadians, Vimy Ridge is layered with multiple meanings: a bloody battlefield victory at the height of the First World War in France, the site of Canada’s best-known memorial to the conflict and a symbol of evolving nationhood. This new graphic presentation richly illustrates these three themes on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Vimy Ridge and the 150th anniversary of Canadian confederation.


Walk-ins are welcome but those interested in reserving a spot can contact us.

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