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Upgraded Publications Centre Launched

Released on May 28, 2019

The Government of Saskatchewan’s newly overhauled online Publications Centre has gone live.

The new site offers better access on mobile devices and provides an upgraded user-interface that features better search functionality and an improved online ordering process.

“Improving our online resources will make it easier for the public to access legislation and other important documents,” Justice Minister and Attorney General Don Morgan said.  “We hope that these improvements will increase citizen engagement and access to justice.”

Included among the new features with the launch of the improved website is the ability for users to create a personal account.  By logging in, users will be able to manage favourites, view their order status, review their order history and print invoices.  Users will continue to be able to download, view, print and order available government documents online.

Publications Centre is a free online service that provides centralized access to all Government of Saskatchewan and related agency publications.  One of its key responsibilities is ensuring the public has open access to current and historical government legislation and regulations.

The updated Publications Centre can be found at


For more information, contact:

Jennifer Graham
Phone: 306-787-8621

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