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Renseignements en Français

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Access Environment Business Services

Welcome to the Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment’s online business service - a streamlined, 24/7 approach to getting work done. Just like online banking, the online service provides a centralized record of all your activities. You can view and manage your work from anywhere at any time. Submitting notifications, permit applications and reports is easier than ever.

Environment Business Services Upgrades Begin May 2016

The Ministry of Environment is upgrading the online services it provides to clients. These changes will start in May and continue over the next six to eight months. The upgrades will:

  • Update to a newer version of software used in our online service;
  • Align our online services with;
  • Enhance the online service menu based on feedback from clients and citizens; and
  • Support future changes of enhanced government services provided through

During these upgrades, online services will be unavailable for a period of time. Wherever possible, these updates will be executed over a weekend to minimize the impact to services, and information about specific outages will be posted here.

Related information


1. Register

You must register as an individual before you can register your organization. In order to create a user account you will need a valid email address and personal contact information.

    1. Visit the Environment Business Services portal
    2. As you do not yet have an account, select "Create an Individual Profile"
    3. This will take you to the ‘Create a User Account’ page.
    4. Enter the required information and select "Create User Account"

Once you have registered as an individual, you can then register an organization. Refer to the appropriate guide in Guidance section below for more information.


2. Sign-In

Registered users may sign in to Environment Business Services to administer accounts, submit notifications and perform other required tasks.

  1. Visit the Environment Business Services portal
  2. Enter the Email Address and Password you registered with your account, and select "Sign-in"

4. Further Information

For assistance or for more information about the Environment Business Services portal, please contact

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