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Thursday, April 24, 2014

The Government of Saskatchewan  has concluded consultations on regulations associated with The Saskatchewan Employment Act.

Thank you to everyone who participated in the regulatory review. All submissions are currently being analyzed.

Submissions posted on this site can be studied in detail, but personal identifiers in individual submissions have been redacted in accordance with privacy protocols.
Here are the most recent round of consultation submissions:

Briercrest College Seminary

Canada West Equipment Dealers

Canadian Cancer Society


City of Regina

City of Saskatoon


Construction Labour Relations Assoc of SK


CUPE members working in Saskatchewan

Grain and General Services Union (ILWU Canada)

Individual 1

Individual 2

JayDee Ag Tech

Merit Contractors Association Saskatchewan


Petroleum Services Association of Canada

Platz and Associates

Retail Council of Canada

RM of Sherwood

Sask Abilities Council

Saskatchewan Association of Human Resource Professionals

Saskatchewan Automobile Dealers Association

Saskatchewan Building Trades

Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce

Saskatchewan Federation of Labour

Saskatchewan Joint Board Retail Wholesale Department Store Union

Saskatchewan Teachers Federation

Saskatchewan Union of Nurses




The Service and Hospitality Safety Association of Saskatchewan Inc

United Steelworkers

University of Saskatchewan

Young's Equipment Inc.



The Saskatchewan Employment Act

Saskatchewan is moving forward.

That's why your government is improving Saskatchewan's labour legislation - to protect workers, promote growth and support our vibrant provincial economy.

The Saskatchewan Employment Act is a modern and innovative Act that restructures existing provisions, eliminates inconsistencies and more accurately reflects contemporary employment relationships. The intent of the law is to protect the health and safety of Saskatchewan workers, ensure minimum standards of employment, improve compliance with regulatory standards, and ensure effective enforcement of labour laws in the province.


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