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Information on administering the estate of a deceased person and what your responsibilities may be.
Funeral directors or their designates can apply for burial permits from Vital Statistics.
Request a copy of a Report of Coroner and/or Post-Mortem Examination (Autopsy) Report. This service is only available to family members or legal representatives.
Learn what you need to know about assigning Power of Attorney and setting up guardianship and trusts.
Register a death. First obtain a Medical Certificate of Death from the physician or coroner, register the death, to receive a burial permit. Every death in Saskatchewan must be registered with Vital Statistics.
Purchase commemorative stillbirth certificates online or by mail. This service is only available to family members .
Order a death certificate online, by mail, or in person.
Information on the Public Guardian and Trustee's role as the Official Administrator for the Province of Saskatchewan.
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