Coming this February break, The DCC is very excited to present TWO youth camp programs!

Mystery at the Museum (ages 8-12)

Dispatch to Detectives: Your help is urgently needed! This February Break, kids ages 8-12 can join the team at Diefenbaker Investigative Services (DIS) to help sleuth out the truth over a fun-filled, four-day Mystery at the Museum camp! Under the guidance of the DIS Heritage Investigator, learn to develop your Detective’s toolkit, gather & interpret evidence, and work together to crack the case! Junior Investigators will engage in age-appropriate mystery crafts, games, & activities to become certified DIS Detectives, all while learning about the importance of Canadian citizenship at home & abroad! Hurry, the DIS wants YOU!

Proof of Vaccination

For the safety of all staff and camp participants, all campers (ages 8-12) must provide proof of full vaccination in order to attend in-person camp at the Diefenbaker Canada Centre.


  • Camp dates: Tuesday, February 22 to Friday, February 25
  • Hours: 9am to 4pm (Drop off begins at 8:30am; Pick-up until 4:30pm)
  • Location: Diefenbaker Canada Centre, 101 Diefenbaker Place, University of Saskatchewan
  • Appropriate for ages 8-12.
  • Please provide your child with a packed lunch and a water bottle each day
  • Camp capacity: 10 students
  • Registration Cost: $240/student

*All authorized adults must wear a disposable 3-play mask and provide proof of vaccination when dropping off and picking up camp participants. Three-ply, disposable masks must be worn by all while inside the Diefenbaker Canada Centre. Re-useable masks are not permitted.

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Virtual Mystery at the Museum (ages 7-10)

Psssst…. Did you know this February Break, Virtual Diefenbaker Investigative Services (VDIS) is offering a super-secret, online-only detective training session? Under the guidance of the VDIS Heritage Investigator, learn to develop your detective’s toolkit, gather & interpret evidence, and work together online to determine who – or what is responsible for some unexplained mysteries at the museum! Junior investigators will engage in a variety of interactive online learning activities designed to be completed from home, including age-appropriate mystery crafts, fun-filled games and more! By the end of the week, the VDIS will have a highly trained group of detectives who understand that attention to detail is key to cracking the case! Don’t wait! Join the VDIS online training session today!

Half-day virtual camps will run daily from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm (February 22-25, 2022), using a combination of Zoom and Seesaw (free web-based programs).

Detective packages including program materials (worksheets and craft supplies) will be available for in-person pick up at the Diefenbaker Canada Centre:

  • February 14 – 18 (Mon-Fri): 8:30am - 4:30pm
  • February 19 (Saturday): 12:00 - 4:30pm

*Please note that anyone entering the Diefenbaker Canada Centre to pick up camp packages must provide proof of full vaccination and wear a three-ply disposable mask.

Optional shipping is available for an added cost ($25 within Saskatchewan or $30 within Canada) and can be selected at the time of registration. Please register early if you would like materials shipped to you to ensure they arrive ahead of time.

Virtual Camp Details

  • Dates: February 22-25, 2022
  • Hours: 9:00 am to 12:00 pm
  • Appropriate for ages 7-10.
  • Camp capacity: 10 students
  • Registration Cost: $80/student 

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Contact Us

For more information, please contact the Diefenbaker Canada Centre: or 306-966-8384.