About Us

Consumer Association of Saskatchewan (CASK) is a not-for-profit, volunteer-based, organization that represents and informs consumers and advocates action on their behalf. CASK is committed to fairness in the marketplace and to improving the quality of life for all Saskatchewan consumers. The Association has members from many areas of the province and is run by a volunteer board and a part time contract person.

SaskWatch is our quarterly newsletter that is available online, at libraries province wide, and available by mail upon request. Complimentary copies are sent to relevant government departments, other non-profit associations and distributed through the regional library system. SaskWatch

Looking to the future, we are planning a major project that will provide newcomers to Saskatchewan with consumer education via workshops and written material. We have been researching the needs of newcomers in order to provide them with successful and relevant information and will be involved in both the proposal development and implementation.

We support the belief in universal consumer rights to safety, to be informed, to choose, to be heard, to consumer education and to redress. These rights provide the benchmark for our positions on legislation, regulations and performance of the marketplace. Rights & Responsibilites

Our History

The Consumers' Association of Canada (CAC) was founded in 1947 as an independent, not-for-profit, volunteer-based, charitable organization with branches across the country. On the provincial scene, The Consumers' Association of Canada (Saskatchewan Branch) Inc. (CAC/SK) has been active since 1947 and was incorporated in April 23, 1985. In August 27, 2010 we changed our name to Consumer Association of Saskatchewan Inc. (CASK) and continue to operate on behalf of, and provide services to all Saskatchewan consumers.