Government of Saskatchewan
Quick Search:
Wednesday, July 27, 2016
Saskatchewan. Building an innovative, thriving and sustainable economy.


The Saskatchewan Geological Survey is responsible for investigating, compiling and maintaining information on the geology, and mineral and energy resources of the province.

Plan to attend the 47th annual Saskatchewan Geological Open House November 28th to 30th, 2016, in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. (Click to access previous Open House material)

Latest news, information and product updates.

Contact lists - Current research

Follow this link to the conference website.

Established in 2011 with participants from industry, academia, international government agences, Canadian provincial and federal government agencies, and non-profit organizations.

Core and Sample Repositories - Well and Core Sampling Inquires

Geological maps and reports for examination - Off-confidential assessment work files - Geological library - Mineralized drillhole core and rock samples

Reports, maps, and other published products - Publications Centre

Assessment Work (SMAD) - Mineral Deposits (SMDI) - Kimberlite Indicators - Till and Rock Geochemistry - Geophysics

Geology of Saskatchewan - Mineral and Petroleum Resources

Explore the possibilities of working as a student with the Saskatchewan Geological Survey.

Investment opportunities with Saskatchewan mineral exploration and development projects.


FEATURES

Wage information for 346 occupations

Mineral Administration Registry Saskatchewan

Oil and gas business portal

Download reports, maps, and data 

Information on wells, pool boundaries, etc.

GIS maps and data for download

Notices: Crown Minerals Withdrawals & Re-openings

Home/About Economy/Mineral Resources/Saskatchewan Geological Survey
© 2016 Government of Saskatchewan. All rights reserved.