Government House Historical Society
The Government House Historical Society, initially founded as the Society for the Preservation of Saskatchewan House in 1969, successfully advocated for the restoration of Saskatchewan House, which gained historical site status in 1971. The museum, later renamed Government House, opened its doors in 1980, coinciding with the establishment of the Government House Historical Society (GHHS). Since then, GHHS has thrived, guided by its mission and the support of the public, members, and volunteers. Today, Government House offers a captivating glimpse into the early 20th century, reflecting Lieutenant Governor Amédée Forget’s era. GHHS is committed to repatriating the house’s historical items and welcomes visitors, offering free admission with the opportunity for donations to support their mission.