Who We Are

The museum was established in May of 2019 and had the grand opening on November 11th 2019 with one of Estevan’s Second World War veterans, Jim Spenst present for the ribbon cutting. 

The museum was opened with the primary intent of educating the youth in the Southeast about our military history and contributions. The secondary intent is to preserve, record and educate people to our military history and stories of all those who have served from this area as well as Saskatchewan and teach Canadian Military history in general. 

A video that was done by Curtis McGillivray about the Museum. (a Youtube video)


Our Grand Opening on Remembrance Day 2019!

This Site is currently under construction!

Organizations and Associations We Belong To:


Organization of Military Museums of Canada



Museums Association of Saskatchewan




The establishment and operation of a museum for the acquisition, collection, restoration, and display of military artifacts, firearms and related materials and the education of people in the history of said material.

We will provide educational tours and presentations to interested people and groups for furthering the education of said people and to show the military history of people of South East Saskatchewan and of the Canadian Forces.

His Honor the Honorable Russ Mirasty
Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan

As of the 28th of April 2021, His Honor has become an Honourary Patron of the South East Military Museum.

Business Hours

To arrange after-hours viewing or tours please call Craig Bird at (306) 634-3044.

  • Mon – Fri
    • 09:00 am – 03:00 pm
  • Sat – Sun
    • Closed

We are a Registered Charity and need your help!

If you would like to help us, please donate by clicking the button below.

Our team

Our team consists of highly qualified and motivated professionals, who are all experts in their field. With many years of experience in the industry, they have the expertise to provide comprehensive, first-rate services to our clients.

Craig Bird

President & Curator

Founder of the museum in 2019 and is the Commanding Officer of the Local Estevan Army Cadet Corps and Estevan Legion Historian.

Ken Turner


Retired Canadian Forces member and School Teacher. 

Troy LeBlanc

Executive Assistant and Volunteer 

Supply Officer, Estevan Army Cadet Corps. Legion Member, and Museum tour guide.

Jeff Gudmundson


Local business owner and long time military collector. 

More of our team...

Tina Bird


Retired Canadian Forces member.

Rob Rooks


Retired Canadian Forces member and Legion member. 

Harold Whiteoak


Canadian Forces member, Weyburn Legion member and research assistant.

Larry Mass


Retired Canadian Forces member, long time military collector. 

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