Can I photocopy the legislation?
Portions can be copied for personal research only. Redistribution is prohibited. The federal Copyright Act and Saskatchewan Crown Copyright policy apply.
How accurate and up-to-date is this service?
The legislation databases are created and edited from the original enactments. The service is current. Regulations are updated weekly, after Gazette Publication. Statutes are updated on coming into force and may change daily during session, Monday to Friday, as amendments are added.
Do you have a price list for all the legislation?
Yes, for Statutes, Regulations and other legislative publications available. If you would like one mailed to you, please contact us, or check individual prices on this website as you browse publications.
What methods of payment does Queen's Printer accept for paper publications?
Credit card (Visa or MasterCard on the Internet), Interac, cash, money order or personal cheque at our Regina location.
How are Saskatchewan Laws made?
This information can be found at the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan website.
How can I order legislation from other provinces and the federal government?
We have links that will take you to websites of both the provincial and federal government websites in the Links section of our website.
How do I obtain non-legislative government publications?
Go to www.publications.gov.sk.ca or use the Publications Centre link on the Queen's Printer home page or from the main Government of Saskatchewan home page, select Publications.
What is the Queen's Printer?
The Office of the Queen's Printer publishes and distributes the authoritative versions of all Government of Saskatchewan legislation, regulations and other legislative publications including The Saskatchewan Gazette, the Statutes of Saskatchewan, the Regulations of Saskatchewan, the Legislative Tables to Statutes and Regulations of Saskatchewan, the Rules of Court (English / French), and any publications that the Lieutenant Governor in Council may order.
When can I expect my order?
Download electronic copies for free immediately through Freelaw® Publications.
For paper publications, you can expect your order within 10 days (outside of a sitting Legislative session).
Where can I find the most recent amendments to a piece of legislation?
You should reference the Legislative Tables of Saskatchewan.
Where can I get free access to statutory publications?
At any Internet workstation, such as from your home, your office or at public library branches with Internet access.
Where can I get Occupational Health and Safety information?
We have a booklet which includes The Saskatchewan Employment Act and the Occupational Health and Safety Regulations; just contact us. Electronically, find it under this link.
Where can I find Bills, Votes and Proceedings, and Hansard?
All Saskatchewan Bills, journals, Votes and Proceedings, and Hansard are available online from The Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan website.
Limited single editions of publications and paper subscriptions for the sessional Journal are available on request by contacting:
Office of the Clerk
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Why is there a cost for paper copies of legislation?
Saskatchewan Queen's Printer operates as a cost recovery Revolving Fund, which is different from the federal government and every other province. The Government of Saskatchewan partially funds the Queen's Printer, and remaining costs are recovered from paper sales. Free electronic versions are available on Freelaw®.
Freelaw® offers up-to-date electronic versions of all Government of Saskatchewan Public and Private Acts, Regulations, The Saskatchewan Gazette, Rules of Court and Historical legislation - all fully downloadable and searchable in Portable Document Format (PDF).
The paid paper service is available for all of the documents found on our website, through mail, in-person and on the telephone or Internet. The fee for the paper service includes regular mail delivery.
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