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Extra-Provincial Registration in Saskatchewan

Complete the registration process to carry on business in Saskatchewan.

If your corporation wants to carry on business in the Province of Saskatchewan, but it is not incorporated as a provincial corporation in this province, it must be registered as an extra-provincial corporation. This type of registration is also required for federal (Canada) corporations and for non-Canadian corporations that wish to carry on business in Saskatchewan.

The Saskatchewan extra-provincial registration process involves reserving the corporate name with Information Services Corporation, the appointment of a resident of Saskatchewan as Attorney for Service (for the purpose of receiving service of legal documents and government correspondence on your company's behalf), and the completion and submission of several documents, along with the relevant government filing fee, to Information Services Corporation, in order to complete the extra-provincial registration.

Once the Saskatchewan extra-provincial registration is complete, a Certificate of Registration will be issued. Unless exempted (see below), your corporation will be required to file a Saskatchewan Extra-Provincial Annual Return each year, along with the relevant filing fee, in order to keep its registration active and in good standing.

The Province of Saskatchewan, along with the Provinces of British Columbia, Alberta and Manitoba, is a signatory to the New West Partnership Trade Agreement, which is an inter-provincial agreement that reduces or eliminates certain regulatory requirements for corporations that are incorporated in one of the participating provinces that wish to carry on business in one or more of the other participating provinces. These companies are exempt from the initial and annual extra-provincial registration fees (but not costs related to name searches and name reservations), and they are exempt from annual report/annual return filing requirements in the participating provinces where they are extra-provincially registered.

Eric P. Cohen, Barrister & Solicitor, an Ontario Lawyer, provides all the services required in order to register and maintain an extra-provincial corporation in the Province of Saskatchewan. In addition, the services of a Saskatchewan resident can be arranged in order to satisfy the Attorney for Service requirement. Please use the form below to contact us today to learn more or to initiate the extra-provincial registration process.

Fast Facts-Saskatchewan Extra-Provincial Registration

Saskatchewan Extra-Provincial Registration
Processing Time 7-15 business days
Government Filing Fee $270.00
Annual Return Filing Fee $50.00 ($90.00 if late filed)
Type & Cost of Name Search Required Saskatchewan Name Reservation – $50.00
 

*Note: British Columbia, Alberta and Manitoba corporations are exempt from the initial and annual government filing fees noted above. Name Reservation fees still apply.


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Extra-Provincial Registration in Prince Edward Island
Extra-Provincial Registration in Nova Scotia
Extra-Provincial Registration in British Columbia
Extra-Provincial Registration in Manitoba
Extra-Provincial Registration in Newfoundland & Labrador
Extra-Provincial Registration in Alberta

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