Using this Citizens Online Police Reporting System allows you to submit a non urgent report immediately. You may also print a copy of both the Temporary and the Permanent police report for your personal records only. These copies cannot be used for insurance purposes.
If you believe your employer failed to meet the employment standards set out in Part II of The Saskatchewan Employment Act, you can file a formal or complaint with the Employment Standards Division. The complaint could involve monetary issues such as: not being paid regularly, correctly or on time; overtime; or vacation pay. Or the… Read more »
Area of Law: Employment Law
Phone: +1 306 787 2438
The Ministry of Justice operates the Family Law Information Centre and Support Variation Project to help individuals obtain assistance in dealing with their family law matters.
Area of Law: Family Law
Phone: +1 306 787 5837
The “Find a Lawyer” feature allows lawyers to be searched by firm/organization, city or first or last name. A lawyer’s contact information is available via this service which allows you to contact lawyers directly.
Information for the provincial court, family court, court of queen’s bench and court of appeal in Saskatchewan.
Area of Law: General
Legal Aid Saskatchewan provides a range of legal services to low income individuals in Saskatchewan in the areas of family and criminal law.
Staff at the Law Society libraries in Regina and Saskatoon will provide research assistance to the public in person, on the telephone or by e-mail. This could include help with locating cases, statutes or other legal information in print or on the Internet.
The Public Legal Education Association of Saskatchewan (PLEA) is a non-profit, non-government organization that exists to educate and inform the people of Saskatchewan about the law and the legal system. PLEA offers programs and services to the general public as well as to school communities.