Library News

Saskatoon Library - As part of the Saskatoon Court House renovations, the Law Society Library in Saskatoon is temporarily closed. During the closure, Law Society members will have borrowing privileges at the University of Saskatchewan Law Library. Members are required to bring their Law Society member card for identification purposes.  Please see the Saskatoon Branch Temporary Closure Information Sheet for more information on borrowing privileges at the University of Saskatchewan Law Library.

Moose Jaw LibraryDue to damage at the Moose Jaw Court of Queen’s Bench Court House, the Moose Jaw Law Society Library is temporarily closed. If you require materials or assistance, please contact the Regina Library at 306-569-8020, 1-877-989-4999 or by email at reference@lawsociety.sk.ca.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Melanie Hodges Neufeld, Director of Legal Resources, at 569-8020 or melanie@lawsociety.sk.ca.

July 27, 2015

The Saskatchewan Information and Privacy Commissioner has released:

  • Review Report 023-2015 - Ministry of Parks, Culture and Sport
  • Review Report 051-2015 - Ministry of Finance
  • Review Report 033-2015 - Saskatchewan Telecommunications
  • Review Report 144-2014 - Saskatchewan Research Council
  • Review Report 143-2014 - Saskatchewan Research Council
  • Review Report 139-2014 - Saskatchewan Research Council
  • Review Report 018-2015 - SaskBuilds Corporation
  • Review Report 086-2013 - Ministry of Government Relations
  • Review Report 062-2014 - Sunrise Regional Health Authority
  • Review Report 063-2014 - Sunrise Regional Health Authority
  • Review Report 149-2014 - Financial and Consumer Affairs Authority
  • Review Report 026-2015 - Ministry of Health
  • Review Report 087-2013 - City of Regina
  • Review Report 106-2013 - University of Saskatchewan
  • Review Report 007-2015 - Ministry of Central Services
  • Review Report 084-2015 - City of Lloydminster
  • Review Report 082-2015 - Sunrise Regional Health Authority
  • Investigation Report 107-2014 - Saskatchewan Research Council
  • Investigation Report 072-2014 - SaskTel
  • Investigation Report 151-2014 - Ministry of Justice


July 15, 2015

The following regulations were published in The Saskatchewan Gazette, Part II, Vol. 111 No. 28, July 10, 2015:

  • SR 66/2015 The Open Seasons Game Amendment Regulations, 2015


July 9, 2015

The Saskatchewan Information and Privacy Commissioner has released:

  • Review Report 083-2015 - Saskatchewan Telecommunications
  • Review Report 091-2014 - Ministry of Health
  • Review Report 059-2014 - Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure
  • Review Report 016-2015 - Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure
  • Review Report 017-2015 - Saskatchewan Gaming Corporation
  • Review Report 018-2015 - SaskBuilds Corporation
  • Review Report 019-2015 - Saskatchewan Transportation Company
  • Review Report 020-2015 - Ministry of Advanced Education
  • Review Report 022-2015 - Ministry of Environment


July 7, 2015

The following regulations were published in The Saskatchewan Gazette, Part II, Vol. 111 No. 27, July 3, 2015:

  • P-8 Reg 4 The Pest Control Products Regulations, 2015
  • SR 61/2015 The Securities Commission (Adoption of National Instruments) Amendment Regulations, 2015 (No. 4)
  • SR 62/2015 The Alcohol Control (Direct to Consumer) Amendment Regulations, 2015
  • RS 62/2015 Règlement de 2015 (vente directe) modifiant le Règlement de 2013 sur la réglementation de l’alcool
  • SR 63/2015 The Election Act Amendment Regulations, 2015 (No. 2)
  • SR 64/2015 The Municipal Police Equipment Amendment Regulations, 2015
  • SR 65/2015 The Police Amendment Regulations, 2015


July 3, 2015

The Alcohol and Gaming Regulation Amendment Act, 2015, S.S. 2015, c. 1, is proclaimed into force June 30, 2015.

Sections 2 to 18, 49 and 58 of the Registered Teachers Act, S.S. 2015, c. R-15.1, are proclaimed into force July 1, 2015.

The esidential Tenancies Amendment Act, 2015, S.S. 2015, c. 19, except s.21, is proclaimed into force July 1, 2015.

The Wildlife Amendment Act, 2015, S.S. 2015, c. 27, is proclaimed into force July 1, 2015.