Community organizations across Saskatchewan are offering professional resources and advisory services in response to COVID-19.

Resources for:

Individuals

Government of Saskatchewan - keeping the businesses and employees of Saskatchewan informed, the government has compiled the links to resources available in one place.

Government of Canada – Canadians may qualify for a variety of benefits during the COVD-19 Crisis:

  • Apply for regular Employment Insurance Benefits here
  • Apply for Employment Insurance Sickness Benefits here

Saskatchewan Municipalities – Specific measures for major municipalities in Saskatchewan can be found here:

Utilities - Saskatchewan Crown Corporations that operate utilities in the province will offer a zero-interest deferral on all utility payments for a period of 6 months.

  • SaskTel – waiving data overage charges, offering news and family channels for free
  • SaskPower – stopped active collections and won’t be limiting power supply to customers
  • SaskEnergy – deferring payments and not limiting natural gas supply

211 Saskatchewan – a free, confidential, 24/7 service that Saskatchewan residents can access by call, text or web chat for a variety of human services that can support them in their area.

Lumeca – A Saskatchewan based app that gives Saskatchewan residents free, confidential access to health care professionals through their mobile devices.

Mobile Crisis Services – Offering mental health support during this time of isolation and uncertainty through their 24/7 Mobile Crisis line 306-757-0127.

Crisis Services Canada – Text HOME to 686868 in Canada to talk with a trained Crisis Responder, or call 1-833-456-4566.

Outpost Health - Physician-led Saskatchewan digital health company that securely connects Patients and licensed Healthcare Providers, via video consultations, electronic medical records and smart health tracking tools. Patients in Saskatchewan access this service for free and can log in from any device to get virtual healthcare.

Conexus Mastercard Cardholders

Support for cardholders
Travel insurance information

Businesses

Government of Saskatchewan - keeping the businesses and employees of Saskatchewan informed, the government has compiled the links to resources available in one place.

Government of Canada – The federal government has announced financial supports for businesses and agricultural producers during this time of uncertainty.

WESK: Women Entrepreneurs of Saskatchewan is expanding its advisory services to support both members and non-members during this time as well as offering webinars that highlight useful information to manage during a crisis.

Business Accelerator: In partnership with Meyers Norris Penny, Conexus Credit Union offers free business webinar courses for business owners in Saskatchewan. Protecting Your Business and Employees, Managing Cash Flow and Stress Management are just a few of the courses that are relevant to this time.

Saskatoon Regional Economic Development Authority: supporting businesses in the Saskatoon area and across Saskatchewan through the COVID-19 pandemic

Economic Development Regina: supporting businesses in the greater Regina area through the COVID-19 pandemic.