Heritage Awards Program
The City of Saskatoon recognizes achievement in the area of heritage conservation in Saskatoon through the presentation of awards through the Municipal Heritage Advisory Committee (MHAC). These awards are presented every two years. The next Heritage Awards will be held in 2020.
New Position Opening! 2019/2020 Heritage Awards Program Coordinator
The Municipal Heritage Advisory Committee is now advertising via a Request for Proposal for a 2019/2020 Heritage Awards Program Coordinator. Interested? Find full details here.
An independent panel of judges representing MHAC, the architecture and design industry, and the Saskatoon Heritage Society reviews applications in the following areas:
Buildings, Sites and Grounds
For information and criteria for each of these categories, please see the entry form for Buildings, Sites and Grounds under Related Documents.
Education, Volunteer Public Service and Youth
This category is open to both individuals, groups or organizations that promote heritage conservation in Saskatoon through education and volunteer public service. Contributions made in these areas by Saskatoon’s youth are also recognized.
For information and criteria, please see the entry form for Education, Volunteer Public Service and Youth under Related Documents.
The 2018 Heritage Awards recipients were announced on March 13, 2018:
Buildings, Sites and Grounds Awards
Preservation, Restoration and Rehabilitation
Underhill Residence Restoration Project – Honour Award
Jenny Underhill (Property Owner)
Rocco Masons Corp (Stone Masons)
Strata Development (General Contractor)
Sensitive Addition (2 awards)
St. Thomas Moore College North Building Renewal Project -Merit Award
Edwards Edwards McEwen Architects (Architects)
St. Thomas More College (Property Owner)
Allan Construction (Project Construction Manager)
Robb-Kullman Engineering LLP (Prime Consultant, Structural Engineer)
303 Pacific Street Addition (MacLeod’s Building) Project - Honour Award
Greg Yuel, Tony Zuck and Ryan Lejbak (Property Owners)
PCL Construction (Contractor)
Strata Development Corporation (Contractor)
KSA Group (Architects)
Broadway Theatre Lobby Renewal Project – Honour Award
Friends of the Broadway Theatre (Property Owner)
S2 Construction Ltd (General Contractor)
Daniels Wingerak Engineering Ltd (Engineers)
Odelay! Design (Designer)
Kindrachuk Agrey (Architect)
Obasa Building Revitalization Project - Merit Award
Heney Klypak Architect Ltd (Architect and Designer)
Obasa Group of Companies(Property Owner)
Hyde Park Project - Certificate of Recognition
Associated Engineering (Project Engineer)
City of Saskatoon – (Property Owner)
Gord Forsyth and Associates (Sub-consultant)
Stantec- (Project Manager / Landscape Architect)
Volunteer and Youth Volunteer Public Service Award
Alan Morton (Volunteer Public Service Award)
Mr. Morton made a significant contribution to the history of both Saskatoon’s heritage through research, article writing, lectures and by sitting as a board member for the Saskatoon Heritage Festival and the Saskatoon Heritage Society. Alan's body of work includes is highly creative and the breadth and depth of his work is inspiring
Lauren Konok (Youth Volunteer Public Service Award)
Beginning at age 9, Lauren has delivered program and historical interpretation at the Marr Residence for the past 5 years. She is a worthy candidate, especially for the first time the Youth Award is being presented.
Rob's thoughtful approach in the 113 episodes of Saskatoon Stories that aired on CTV from 2003- 2017 brought Saskatoon's heritage to a broad audience.