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Resources are available and are shipped free of charge within the province of Saskatchewan and to the border communities of Flin Flon, MB and Lloydminster, AB only.

The information in these resources applies only to the province of Saskatchewan, or in the case of Federal laws, Canada. Shipping and handling charges must be pre-paid for all orders outside of Saskatchewan and its border communities. Your quote will be sent to your valid email address.

Resources will not be shipped outside of Canada.

Please limit the Youth and Schools resources to one copy per educator, with the exceptions being No Matter What: Me & My Family and all issues of The PLEA newsletter.  Class sets are available for these resources only.

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Booklets and pamphlets to provide legal information to the general public.


PLEA's Youth and Schools Program promotes the integration of law-related education (LRE) in schools. We offer a variety of classroom resources for educators.

To stay informed by e-mail on upcoming Youth and Schools resources, select the PLEAmail subscription box below.


The PLEA is a theme-based, topical newsletter that contains background information and activities for students and educators. Single copy or class sets available.

To automatically receive individual or class sets of upcoming issues of The PLEA, select the subscription box below.


These guides are not intended to provide legal advice. The guides will, however, provide intermediaries such as law enforcement personnel, health-care professionals, social workers, community and family workers, clergy, advocates, volunteers at self-help agencies and other intermediaries and professionals with the background knowledge, resources, and skills they will need to assist others with problems requiring legal information.