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All WDM locations to remain CLOSED

The Government of Saskatchewan announced that museums, which are part of the Re-Open Saskatchewan Plan Phase 4.2 can begin to open on June 29, 2020.

After careful consideration, the Western Development Museum (WDM) has made the decision to remain closed at its locations in Moose Jaw, North Battleford, Saskatoon and Yorkton.

Joan Kanigan, WDM CEO said, “The safety of our visitors, volunteers and staff is our primary concern.  As difficult as this is, the WDM must remain closed until we are confident that all the requirements outlined in the Libraries, Museums, Art Galleries Guidelines along with all other applicable provincial regulations are being met to the highest standard.”

More information about when the WDM will re-open will be on our website as it becomes available. The WDM looks forward to welcoming everyone back into our Museum locations when all safety protocols are in place.

Media Inquiries:
Joan Kanigan, CEO
Western Development Museum
306-934-1400
jkanigan@wdm.ca

  • We are so looking forward to the museum being open but agree that you are making the right decision. It is good to take all precautions and we support you in your decision.

    • Hi Karen,

      Thank you for your comment. We are very appreciative that you understand our decision to remain closed. We can’t wait to welcome you back when we do re-open.

      -Tanya Callaway
      Communications and Media Relations

  • Hoping everyone is well and safe …where do we find updated info on when you plan to reopen the various locations…

    • Hi Lisa,

      Thank you for your inquiry about the WDM re-opening.

      We have chosen to remain closed at all locations until we are confident that we have met all the requirements outlined in the Libraries, Museums, Art Galleries Guidelines along with all other applicable provincial regulations regarding reopening.

      Once we have met all of the requirements information regarding reopening will be available on our website, social media channels, and shared with provincial media.

      -Tanya Callaway
      Communications and Media Relations

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