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Duck Lake Regional Interpretive Centre

Features artifacts and stories pertaining to First Nations, Metis and Pioneers including the 1885 Resistance. Gift shop, viewing tower and travelling art gallery.

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(Museum)
The Duck Lake Historical Museum Society is a non-profit charitable organization. The Society owns and operates the Duck Lake Regional Interpretive Centre. Our collection was started in 1959 by local resident Fred Anderson who first set up the displays in the North West Mounted Police jail.

The Regional Interpretive Centre invites you to experience life from days gone by - from the every day struggles of the Pioneers, to the devastating impact that the near extinction of the buffalo had on the First Nations, and to the harsh aftermath of the North West Resistance for the M├ętis.
 

 
How to Contact
Duck Lake Regional Interpretive Centre
5 Anderson Avenue
Saskatoon, S0K 1J0
Ph: (306) 467-2057
Fax: (306) 467-2257
Web: website
Email: send email