Town of Battleford Photo Slideshow
Town of Battleford

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Town of Battleford Crest
Box 40
Battleford, SK
S0M 0E0

Ph: (306) 937-6200
Fax: (306) 937-2450

Land Titles (Registry) Office

Battleford

Located 1.5 miles south of Battleford on Old Highway No. 4 is the first known and oldest standing brick building built in the Province.

Constructed in 1877, it served as the Land Titles Office, housing all land deeds in the area when Battleford was the capital of the Northwest Territories, until 1907.

Between the years of 1907 to 1917 it had been sold to Henry Felix Smart and used as a private residence.

In 1955 the residence had been sold to Clinton Greenwood.

It was designated a Provincial Heritage Property in 1983, and currently the vacant building has been leased to the Battle River Settlement Foundation Inc. as part of a restoration project.

Historical Buildings
Court House/Land Titles   Queen's Hotel
Land Titles (Registry) Office   Battleford Post Office
Town Hall/Opera House   The Original 1911 CNR Railway Station
The Original Presbyterian Gardiner Church   St. Vital RC Church
The Merchants Bank of Canada   Fred Light Museum
Windsor Hotel    
     
Battleford