Have a question about legal information?

The objective of the Saskatchewan Access to Legal Information Project (the SALI Project) is to increase access to legal information for Saskatchewan residents. Access to legal information is one of the critical components of access to justice and the SALI project’s goal is make the public more aware of public libraries as an 'access to justice entry point’ (i.e. an accessible place to find legal information).

Ask a library staff member or visit law.usask.ca/createjustice/sali for a list of resources.

Project partners:

  • Public Legal Education Association of Saskatchewan (PLEA)
  • Law Society of Saskatchewan Library
  • Urban Public Library (Saskatoon Public Library)
  • Rural Public Library (Wheatland Regional Library, Southeast Regional Library, and Parkland Regional Library)
  • University Library, University of Saskatchewan
  • Innovation and Legislation Division, Ministry of Justice
  • Provincial Library & Literacy Office, Ministry of Education
  • Pro Bono Law Saskatchewan

Legal Cannabis

Learn about recent changes to the laws regarding the possession and use of cannabis and much more, including new driving offences.


View Legal Cannabis online.

The Listen Project

PLEA is excited to announce the official launch of The Listen Project. Under the project, survivors of sexual violence can receive up to 2 hours of free legal advice. The project is funded by Justice Canada and presented in partnership with Saskatchewan Justice. To learn more visit http://listen.plea.org/

Help with Family Law Problems

Are you applying to court for child support, custody/access or divorce?

Do you need help with court forms and processes?

Do you wonder if you have options other than going to court?


Come with your questions!

Law Society Library
Court of Queen’s Bench
2nd floor, 2425 Victoria Avenue, Regina

Walk-in Wednesdays  9:30–11:30 a.m.

No registration is required.


Law Society Library
Court of Queen’s Bench
520 Spadina Crescent East, Saskatoon

Fridays, 9:30–11:30 a.m.

  • January 11
  • February 15
  • March 8
  • March 22

Saskatoon Public Library
Frances Morrison Central Branch
311 23rd Street East, Saskatoon

Thursdays, 6:30–8:30 pm

  • January 10
  • February 14
  • March 7
  • March 21

Cliff Wright Branch
1635 McKercher Drive, Saskatoon

Thursdays, 2:00–4:00 p.m.

  • January 10
  • March 7

Dr. Freda Ahenakew Branch
219 Avenue K South, Saskatoon

Thursdays, 2:00–4:00 p.m.

  • February 14
  • March 21

No registration is required.

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Legal Information for Newcomers

Newcomers can be faced with a sometimes baffling array of institutions, including government departments, police agencies, courts and government agencies. NewLI is designed to provide plain language legal information to help Saskatchewan newcomers successfully navigate these interactions.

NewLI includes Saskatchewan-based information about rights & responsibilities, government, the justice system and answers to frequently asked questions. Topics include:

  • rights in the workplace
  • renting a home
  • accessing healthcare
  • getting a driver’s licence
  • protection from discrimination
  • dealing with government agencies
  • family obligations
  • being stopped by the police
  • schooling for children
  • protections in the marketplace
  • community rules

Introducing Family Law Saskatchewan!

The information and assistance on this website is specifically designed to help individuals in Saskatchewan who are facing separation and divorce without a lawyer, although it may also be very useful for people who have or plan to have a lawyer.

Family Law Saskatchewan has information about a wide range of topics from grounds for divorce, to child support guidelines, spousal support, parenting plans, separation agreements and how family property is defined and divided. This information can help people understand their rights and obligations, how courts make decisions in family law cases and what steps they need to take.

If you need to apply to court for divorce, custody, access, child support, spousal support or to have family property divided, or you have you been served with court documents in a family law case, the free Form Wizard can help you. You will answer plain-language interview style questions and this information will be used to create the court forms you need. Throughout the process you will be provided with explanations of questions and links back to relevant parts of the information on the site. We also offer email support if you need help using the Form Wizard.

Check out Family Law Saskatchewan at familylaw.plea.org.