As Canada's only prime ministerial centre in Western Canada located on a university campus, the Diefenbaker Canada Center honours the legacy of The Right Honourable John G. Diefenbaker by enriching the civic and cultural knowledge of those who view our exhibits, partake in our educational programming, and engage with our staff through various community and centre events.
Featured Gallery Exhibit
Silk, Satin, and Strength: A Narrative on Olive Diefenbaker is a breathtaking exhibit that feature 20 gowns, previously owned and worn by Olive Diefenbaker, the Honourable John G. Diefenbaker's second wife and a driving force in his career. This exhibit presents the story of Olive’s life through the fashions she wore at parliamentary and international engagements.
Read about USask student, Megan Gorsalitz, who created our online exhibit showcasing queer history in Saskatchewan
Featured Online Exhibit
Pride on the Prairies: Queer History in Saskatchewan takes a look at the history of activism and Pride in the province. It includes information on the history of human rights in Saskatchewan and the community organizations, protests, and activism that made Pride possible.