Latest News / Dernières nouvellesOct 5, 2022


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  • Publication date: October 5th, 2022
  • Closing date: October 31st, 2022 at 12:00 am


  • Alexandre Chartier, Executive Director,
  •, 306-737-0803,
  • Société historique de la Saskatchewan, 214-1440, 9th Ave N, Regina, S4R 8B1


  • The Société historique de la Saskatchewan is leading an infrastructure project for the Fransaskois community to meet the growing needs of preserving and displaying archives and artifacts, bringing together the workspaces of community organizations, creating cultural and artistic spaces for the Francophone population, and implementing bilingual commercial spaces in one of the two major cities in the province of Saskatchewan: Regina and Saskatoon.
  • This project is the first step in the long-term operation of a building that will serve as a provincial community center for Fransaskois community.
  • The successful bidder will:
    • Establish structural needs studies with several Fransaskois community organizations, in accordance with Canadian standards and practices, with a 2040 vision of organizations’ needs.
    • Prepare a feasibility study with three potential solutions for the construction or renovation of an appropriate structure in the municipalities of Regina and Saskatoon. The alternatives must include, among other things, a Class D cost estimate.
  • The needs assessment and feasibility study must be completed and delivered by March 31, 2023 in PDF format.
  • The project is funded by public funds and private funds from community organizations. Responses to the RFP will establish the application for project funding.


  • Bids for this project, addressed to the attention of the contact person, will be received until October 31st, 2022 at 12:00 am, at the following address:
    • Bids must include, but are not limited to:
    • A general presentation of the firm and the people involved in the project;
    • A proposed work schedule;
    • Detailed cost estimate.
  • Bidders must be members in good standing of the Saskatchewan Association of Architects or a provincial or territorial architectural regulatory organization in Canada.
  • Submissions may be written in either English or French. However, it will be considered an asset to provide services in French.
  • The Société historique de la Saskatchewan will not reimburse the costs of preparing proposals.
  • Submissions will be evaluated by the Infrastructure Committee. The committee reserves the right to request clarification.