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This project is in need of volunteers for this region's web pages, provide email links to look-up resources, transcribe data, etc... Please e-mail Julia, if you might be interested in volunteering for this provincial region, please read the World Gen Web Policies and Procedures. You may also wish to read the World Gen Web Frequently Asked Questions page. The following public domain items are encouraged for submission:

Welcome to a new chapter in the history of Regina and its surrounding areas! The Regina and area Gen Web volunteers are excited to announce our new domain at We are dedicated to continuing the important work of documenting Saskatchewan's genealogy, history, family stories, community heritage, one-room schoolhouses, cemeteries, headstones, historical maps, and the wealth of vanished placenames. These resources are invaluable for those tracing their roots or seeking historical insights.

With the generous support of our growing Patreon community at, we have secured a new domain and hosting to ensure the continuity of this valuable service. We invite you to explore our evolving webpages at for the Regina and area Gen Web Project in Saskatchewan at

Step into this new era with us, where your support, in any form, is a precious offering to the shared history that binds us. As we delve into preserving and commemorating the vibrant history of Regina and its environs, your participation is crucial. Whether you hold memories of historical maps, one-room schoolhouses, cemetery headstones, transcriptions, yearbooks, directories, or historical letters, your input significantly enhances the understanding for fellow seekers exploring their family tree and histories.

An appeal is also made to preserve valuable documents such as old telephone books, Henderson's directories, city directories, pioneer photos, letters, books, town directories, co-op membership books, credit union and elevator books, grain company records, church books, cattle brand books, school records, church lists, homestead maps, and more. These documents list the names of residents and are crucial primary sources that should be preserved and made available online.

Join us in this exciting journey of preserving and celebrating the history of Regina and its surrounding areas. Your contributions, whether memories or support, make a significant impact on our collective heritage.

The Regina and Area Gen Web Project Volunteer Team

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