Effective Friday, September 17, a province-wide mandatory masking order will be implemented for all indoor public spaces. 

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Reach out to the Saskatchewan Highway Patrol at any time with complaints, concerns, good news, comments and more to:
SHPenquiries@gov.sk.ca or SHPprofessionalstandards@gov.sk.ca.

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We are still working on this link. Please check back for updates.


Other information you may be interested in:

saskatchewan.ca/trucking Find information on trucking and weight allowances in Saskatchewan.
Yellow highway with the words highway hotline The Highway Hotline provides information on highway conditions, closures and construction zones, ferries, border crossings and more.
Semi truck on a green background with the words Truckers' Guide 2019 on it. The Truckers' Guide is a great reference for commercial vehicle operators travelling in Saskatchewan.
Green lettering spelling out the word SGI. Contact the SGI Permit Office to get weight and dimension permits.
Canadian, American and Mexican flags with the words Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance above it Find general information on the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance program.
Red lettering with the words Canadian Council of Motor Transport Administration The Canadian Council of Motor Transport Administrators coordinates all matters dealing with the administration, regulation and control of motor vehicle transportation and highway safety.
Blue, yellow and green lines with the words Saskatchewan Trucking Association beside them. The Saskatchewan Trucking Association is a great resource and voice for truck transport in Saskatchewan.
Red maple leaf with the words Canadian Trucking Alliance The Canadian Trucking Alliance is your source for information on the trucking industry's national and international policy and issues that affect trucking.
CALEA the gold standard in public safety words with a yellow triangle The Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies Inc. has information on how to be the gold standard in public safety.

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