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Seeking Input on Door-to-Door Sellers

Released on October 29, 2021

The Financial and Consumer Affairs Authority (FCAA) is seeking feedback from Saskatchewan businesses and consumers regarding proposed amendments to the laws concerning door-to-door sellers.

The Direct Sellers Act regulates individuals who solicit the purchase of goods and/or services door-to-door or by telephone. 

Key issues for discussion include:

  • Enhanced disclosure for certain transactions;
  • Criminal Record checks;
  • Automatic licence cancellations and suspensions in certain circumstances;
  • Minimum financial security amounts;
  • Identification cards;
  • Changes to when contracts need to be in writing;
  • Contract duration limits;
  • Cancellation of contracts; and
  • Extended cancellation rights.

Responses to the discussion questions must be submitted by December 20, 2021, by email at or by mail:

Direct Selling Consultation
Financial and Consumer Affairs Authority 
Consumer Protection Division 
Suite 601, 1919 Saskatchewan Drive

To view the consultation paper visit


For more information, contact:

Lana Guthrie
Financial and Consumer Affairs Authority
Phone: 306-787-5567

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