One of the services of the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) is to provide a reference library for its members, including serving military members and researchers. To that end, the RUSI maintains a library focused on military history and related subjects.
Today, the RUSI Library maintains one of the finest collections of non-fiction military history and technology in Saskatchewan with over 2000 titles. These include personal memoirs, biographies, unit histories (naval ships, army regiments, and air force squadrons), uniform and equipment profiles, military atlases, and includes original Canadian Army General Orders and regulations pre-dating the First World War. Current and past issues of assorted military magazines and publications are also to be found. The Library is located on the second floor, south east corner of the Regina Armoury.
Members of the RUSI have access to the collection, including borrowing privileges. An honour system allows members to borrow and return materials when Library staff is not available by self-completing the Library card provided with all items.
By special prior arrangements with the Librarian, educators, students, and researchers of military history, journalists and writers, hobbyists, and other non-members may be granted access to the collection for research.
Contact the Librarian at 306-757-8405, or by email at email@example.com.