- PA 157
On June 10, 1976, a group of approximately forty people met in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan to establish the Saskatoon Heritage Society. A formal constitution was adopted on October 21, 1976. The Society was incorporated as a non-profit charitable corporation on April 24, 1978. The objectives of the Saskatoon Heritage Society are to preserve the buildings, neighbourhoods, and sites in Saskatoon which are of historic or aesthetic value and to encourage interest in the region's historic heritage. The Society advocates for heritage issues; acts as a forum for heritage concerns; produces a quarterly newsletter (the Gargoyle) and annual journal (The Saskatoon History Review); provides tour guides for historical walks; and organizes public lectures and workshops on heritage topics.
The first executive of the Society consisted of a president (Don Kerr); a vice-president (John Duerkopp); a treasurer (Ruth Robinson) and nine directors. The current (2010) executive consists of directors; a president; a past president; a vice-president; a treasurer; and a secretary. The Society currently meets on the fourth Thursday of each month. Categories of memberships offered are: senior citizen; student; individual; family and corporate.