Privacy Policy

Website visitors

This Access to Memory (AtoM) site is designed to allow users to browse and search for the holdings of archives, libraries and museums. Public users will not be asked to log in and will not be asked for any personally identifying information.

However, like many modern websites, AtoM collects cookies in order to enable browsing and loading of certain types of content. A cookie is a string of information that a website stores on a visitor’s computer, and that the visitor’s browser provides to the website each time the visitor returns. Visitors to AtoM sites who do not wish to have cookies placed on their computers should set their browsers to refuse cookies. However, certain features may not function properly without the aid of cookies.

AtoM supports integration with Google Analytics ( for the purposes of gathering statistics on page views, site usage, user location, and other data on site visits. All data collected by Google Analytics are stored and processed by Google, according to the Google Ads Data Processing Terms. (

None of the information gathered through the use of cookies or Google Analytics is used for any purpose other than the ones described above.

Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan Privacy Policy

Reference & Outreach Services of the Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan collects personal information exclusively for the purpose of delivering reference and outreach services to clients. The personal information will not be used, shared or disclosed for other purposes, unless permitted by The Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.

You can read the full text of The Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act online at:

In addition, archivists at the Archives adhere to the Association of Canadian Archivists’ “Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct." The principles of ethical conduct for the archival profession do not allow archivists to discuss a client’s research topic with other clients. In particular, point 9.d. of the “Code of Ethics” states that, “We do not use or disclose our privileged knowledge of individuals’ research interests or findings without their consent.”

You can read the full text of the Association of Canadian Archivists’ “Code of Ethics & Professional Conduct” online at: