Grants are an important part of the history of land development in Saskatchewan. In the late 1800s and early 1900s, thousands of settlers arrived in Saskatchewan. Many of them were granted land by the Crown. If they cleared the land and started farming it, they were given a formal Land Grant – which gave them ownership of that parcel.
Today, you can find scanned versions of most grant certificates right here on our website. Many people search for land grants when doing historical research or when they are trying to determine the ancestry of their family.
Grants can be searched by:
- Land Description
- Grantee Name
From the search result that is returned, you can choose to view (and print) a black and white image of the original land grant.
Original Land Grant Replicas
- We also offer high resolution black and white and full-colour replica prints of original land grants. They make a great keepsake for homestead families.
If you don’t know the exact spelling of the Grantee Name, we have provided a few search features you can use to help broaden the scope of your search. Check our our Grant Search Help
site for more information.
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Grant Search by Grantee Name
Grant Search by Land Description