SAIN provides information about the archives in Saskatchewan and their holdings.
SAIN is managed by the Saskatchewan Council for Archives and Archivists, with technical support and server hosting by the University of Saskatchewan Library.
The SAIN databases are powered by AtoM (Access to Memory), open source software based on national and international descriptive standards.
AtoM is maintained and developed by Artefactual Systems Inc., which has provided invaluable support during our development process over the last number of years.
The financial support of the Government of Canada through Library and Archives Canada, administered by the Canadian Council of Archives, made possible the initial implementation of this site. We gratefully acknowledge ongoing operational and program funding from the Saskatchewan Lotteries Trust Fund for Sport, Culture and Recreation, through SaskCulture Inc.