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We are happy to be able to announce that we have completed a project to add the annual and revised statutes for the Province of Saskatchewan to CanLII with coverage going back to 1906.
This project was made possible by a grant from the Law Foundation of Saskatchewan, and we are grateful to the board and staff of the foundation for supporting this work. Thanks also goes to the staff at the Law Society of Saskatchewan Libraries for discussing legal information priorities in Saskatchewan and donating the print volumes that were used for scanning.
This project means the provincial statutes going back to the founding of the province are now on CanLII, a freely available legal research site that is open to everyone. When this is paired with the excellent case law coverage for Saskatchewan, this means that Saskatchewanians can access the laws that govern them with confidence that what they need will be available to them.
You can read the announcement about when the annual statutes were added to CanLII in 2018 here.