New virtual tour features 2019 Induction Class

Dedication to Sport: Our 2019 Inductees is the newest exhibit to become a virtual tour.

Dedication to Sport opened in September of 2019 on the occasion of the Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame’s 52nd Induction Ceremony and Dinner. The 2019 Induction Class featured Chris Biegler (basketball), Wendel Clark (hockey), Jacki Nichol (softball), Kelly Parker (soccer), Marg [Curry] Sihvon (basketball) and Colleen Sostorics (hockey) as well as builders Clarence Campbell (hockey) and Bill Kinash (cycling) to the Hall of Fame.

This exhibit features artifacts, photos and stories from each of those inductees. While the exhibit is intended to last for one year, the 2019 Class graciously allowed the Hall of Fame to continue to display their collections after the COVID-19 pandemic prevented the induction of a new in class in 2020.

Our Dedication to Sport virtual tour features the induction video from each member of the 2019 Induction Class at the base of their display. Additional stories and descriptions are available by clicking on the round tags that accompany the tour.

In partnership with White Rabbit VR in Regina, this is the third virtual tour that has captured an exhibit at the Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame. Our current featured exhibit Prairie Pride: A History of Saskatchewan Football is available online.

Our first virtual tour from 2018, Diamond Girls’ Diamond Anniversary: 75 Years of the AAGPBL, also remains available to explore.

Job opening: Summer Curatorial Assistant


The Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame (SSHF) is looking for a Curatorial Assistant

This position is funded in part through Young Canada Works in Heritage Organizations. Applicants must register through the Young Canada Works website and meet the eligibility requirements.

The Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame is a progressive not-for-profit mid-sized NGO museum located in Regina. Our permanent collection encompasses approximately 19,000 items reflecting the sport history of the province. On an annual basis we offer a variety of temporary exhibits with themes derived from Saskatchewan’s extensive sport history, as well as a celebration of those individuals and teams recognized in the Hall of Fame.

Job Duties: In conjunction with the Curator, catalogue and digitize acquisitions to the permanent artifact & archival collection; conduct research and interpretation studies on applicable items within the collection with applications for pending exhibits both in-house and online. Participate in the provincial tour of a traveling exhibit and conduct interpretive programming for same.

Length of Term: Monday, May 17 – Friday, August 13, 2021

Hourly Wage: $15.00/hour


  • Enrollment in a post-secondary program. Preferred current fields of study include: Arts – Museology, Social Sciences , or Humanities
    • Ability to work independently & as part of a team
    • Photography skills would be an asset
    • Strong communication skills would be an asset
    • Knowledge of basic museum practices would be beneficial
    • A strong working knowledge of computers would be an asset
    • Very neat penmanship is mandatory
    • Ability to read, write & speak in English is mandatory
    • Ability for overnight travel throughout the province within a developed schedule
    • Valid Driver License is mandatory

To Apply:  Mail resume with hand written covering letter & three references to the:

Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame – Attn: Executive Director
2205 Victoria Avenue
Regina, SK
S4P 0S4

  Resume with scanned hand written covering letter & three references is accepted via

e-mail to [email protected].  Please use Subject Title – YCW Summer Employment

Deadline for applications to be received is Friday, April 30, 2021

For additional information:

Sheila Kelly, Executive Director
306-780-9232 or [email protected]