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Renseignements en Français

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Filing Copies of Collective Agreements

Collective agreements may be filed either as a hard copy or electronic format.  Hard copies must be sent to:

Labour Relations and Mediation Division
300 – 1870 Albert Street
Regina, Saskatchewan S4P 4W1

Electronic copies may be emailed to:
kevin.eckert@gov.sk.ca

Section 6-44 of The Saskatchewan Employment Act states that each of the parties to a collective agreement must file one copy of the collective agreement or any document altering, modifying, or amending an agreement with the Minister of Labour Relations and Workplace Safety.  A copy of the collective agreement must be filed promptly after the execution of the collective agreement or other document.

Although the Act states that the Minister must receive these documents, the Labour Relations and Mediation Division acts on the Minister’s behalf and is responsible for the collection, storage, and dissemination of collective bargaining agreements. The Saskatchewan Employment Act allows for any person to have access to any and all collective agreements filed with the Minister.

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