Due to COVID-19, the South Peace Regional Archives is temporarily closed to the public. Please visit their website for more information. Established in 2000, South Peace Regional Archives are the first regional archives in Alberta. The Archives serves to gather, preserve, and share the historical records of municipalities, organizations, businesses, families, and individuals within the region, both now and in the future. These records reflect the personal, cultural, social, economic, and political life of the South Peace River Country in all formats and media, including textual records, maps, plans, drawings, photographs, film, and sound recordings. There is a public reading room that provides access to information.