The Saskatoon Museum of Military Artifacts considers itself the keeper of memories and stories of Saskatchewan men and women who participated in military conflicts and peacekeeping roles throughout Canada’s history.
Our museum houses artifacts from the Northwest Rebellion, the Boer War, World War One, World War Two, Korea, Afghanistan and peacekeeping missions. We have approximately 10,000 items in our collection, all of which have been donated by veterans, family members of veterans and others who are interested in preserving our military heritage for future generations.
Our collection features a WW1 German trench mortar, a rare WW1 nurses’ uniform, a 1:6 scale trench display models and medals belonging to indigenous athlete, farmer and Second World War sniper, David Grey Eyes Steel.
In addition to the galleries, there is an extensive military library and learning center, with volunteers on hand to assist with research and questions.
The Saskatoon Museum of Military Artifacts is a volunteer-driven organization dedicated to preserving the artifacts of military history that have come into its possession.
Statement of Purpose
The museum provides an opportunity for the safe and secure storage and display of military memorabilia.
Memorabilia is primarily donated by veterans, family members of veterans and others who are interested in preserving our military heritage and many Legion members.
The museum also honours the men and women who participated in military conflicts and peacekeeping roles throughout Canada’s history.