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Your business and COVID-19 in Saskatchewan

We’re here to help

To help you navigate these challenging times, this page provides information on pandemic-related restrictions, support measures, government services, and useful CFIB resources for Saskatchewan. You’ll also learn how CFIB is fighting for your business.

As of Monday, February 28, 2022 there are no longer any public health orders in effect across Saskatchewan.

The requirement to request proof of vaccination or negative tests in Saskatchewan businesses, workplaces and other public venues ended on February 14, 2022. The remaining public health orders requiring masks in indoor public spaces ended as of February 28, 2022. 

For more information on previous public health orders, please visit Public Health Measures on the Government of Saskatchewan's website.

The Saskatchewan Government has announced a new Re-Skill Saskatchewan Training Subsidy (RSTS): Eligible private-sector employers will be reimbursed 100 per cent of employee training costs up to a maximum of $5,000. Applications open January 4, 2022.


Help us amplify your voice for better support

We know your business needs more help from government if it's going to survive the COVID-19 pandemic. Sign our petition to join CFIB and business owners in Saskatchewan in the fight for greater relief.

Use our operational plan template

Protecting your staff, customers, and business is a top priority, so we’ve put together an operational plan template to help you do just that. With tips for best practices, advice on meeting provincial compliance requirements, and links to downloadable COVID-19 resources, the plan is clear, concise, and easy to tailor to your needs.

Public health measures & restrictions


Employee management

Financial relief & government support

What CFIB is doing in Saskatchewan

What we’ve achieved
  • Re-opening Roadmap
  • SSBEP payments (several extensions)
  • Adaptation Grant
  • Training Subsidy
  • Sector-specific funding (Tourism Sector Support Grant)
  • Capping third-party delivery fees
What we’re asking for
  • Postpone any new taxes or cost increases set to happen in 2022
  • Provide support to businesses that need help until they have recovered
  • To re-introduce commercial eviction protection legislation to last until the province is well past its reopening plan

Learn more on how CFIB is fighting for better relief at the federal level.

Additional resources

Visit our COVID-19 Help Centre

Our primary concern at CFIB is making sure you have the support you need to get through this uncertain and challenging time. We provide you with expert advice and ensure that you have all of the latest information on government announcements and available support.