The Saskatchewan Bureau of Statistics is the province's statistical agency. The Bureau's principal responsibility is the provision of high-quality statistical information that serves as a foundation for informed decision making by all members of society.
The Bureau is part of Canada's national statistical system. In conjunction with our Federal, Provincial and Territorial partners, the Bureau participates in the coordination of statistical activity within the country and represents Saskatchewan's interests within the system.
2021 Census Update
The next Census of Population will take place in May 2021. The census provides a detailed picture of the population's characteristics at a point in time and is used to make informed decisions about Saskatchewan and the country as a whole.
For more information, visit Statistics Canada.
Publications and Services
The Bureau produces regular statistical reports on economic and demographic conditions from a Saskatchewan perspective. View the Bureau's current publication release schedule.
In addition to regular statistical reports, the Bureau can prepare custom statistics and reports upon request. Please direct all data requests and enquiries to email@example.com.
The Bureau also provides statistical advice and assistance to government organizations, businesses and the public.
For inquiries related to birth, marriage and death registrations and for name changes, please visit Vital Statistics.
The Bureau operates according to both the:
Federal Statistics Act
Provincial Statistics Act