Educational Programs

All On-site Education Programs Are Cancelled Until Further Notice.

Common Truths

June is National Indigenous History Month, a time to honour the history, heritage, and diversity of Indigenous Peoples in Canada.

In the spirit of taking care of each other and focusing on the health and safety of our communities and physically-isolating, we are moving our celebrations of National Indigenous History Month and National Indigenous People’s Day online.

Government House is honoured to share with you the current art exhibit in the Queen Elizabeth II Art Gallery which is presented by OSAC's Arts on the Move Program. The exhibit is entitled Common Truths with paintings by Donna Langhorne.

“Common Truths” continues Donna’s work of examining how challenges facing Indigenous people today can be identified and addressed artistically with reference to traditional teachings and concepts.

This exhibit is presented in Five Groupings, each grouping has a theme and uses a common shape. It confronts twenty (20) common truths impacting Indigenous people.

We are especially privileged to have Donna Langhorne speak to each one of her paintings in the videos. While the colours will grab your attention, the meanings behind each picture will make you linger.

To view the videos go to New videos will be posted on Mondays and Thursdays during the month of June. There are also activity pages posted that can be used to engage students / kids with this exhibit.

Government House is closed to the public in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic and the restrictions made at the federal, provincial and local level, the Provincial Capital Commission has suspended all programming and events taking place at Government House and Edwardian Gardens until July 15, 2020, subject to reassessment. With these cancellations, our facilities (Government House and Edwardian Gardens) will remain closed.

You can find more on the Chief Medical Officer’s recommendations about maintaining safe and responsible physical distancing, as well as updates about COVID-19 here:

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Calling All Teachers!

Government House offers a wide variety of educational programming for all ages. Each program is designed to engage students with an array of activities to help them learn the history of Government House and Saskatchewan.

Students have the opportunity to explore the former residence of the Lieutenant Governor and learn about the position along the way.

Varied activities such as scavenger hunts, geocaching and a life-sized board game are available to enhance your experience. Younger students can also play in our Once Upon a Time room. Inquire today to create a field trip your students will not forget.  

Educational Programs Information Sheet

To book any of our regularly offered programs please go to our Active Learning Programs page.
To book our Christmas programs please go to our Seasonal Programs page.

Still have questions. Contact us at 306-787-5773.

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