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Find a Marriage Commissioner

Recently, the marriage commissioner application process was reviewed, following changes to The Marriage Act, 1995 and the Regulations.

Effective August 1, 2022, individuals applying to become marriage commissioners will be charged an application fee:

  • $100 for a term (one-day) appointment; or
  • $200 for a five-year term appointment.

Current marriage commissioners will be grandfathered in at no charge for a five-year term effective August 1, 2022 to July 31, 2027. Upon re-application by August 1, 2027, a $200 renewal fee will be charged for an additional five-year term.

Marriage commissioners can charge a minimum fee of $75. There is no maximum fee that can be charged. The final cost, including mileage, is determined by the marriage commissioner after discussions with the parties involved.

If you have any questions about the new changes to the application or fee structure, contact the Marriage Unit at 306-787-3869 or email

Find a marriage commissioner in your community.

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