Joint Online Registration System – Saskatchewan
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Table of Contents
- Who needs to register provincially?
- How much can I do online?
- Is a fee required?
- Can the registration process be completed online?
- Can the Joint Online Registration System simplify the filing process?
- How long does the process take?
- Further information
Federal corporations that wish to register their corporation in the province of Saskatchewan must complete the Government of Saskatchewan form:
- Application for Registration (Form 22)
- Power of Attorney (Form 24)
Who needs to register provincially?
Corporations are required to register in the provinces in which they carry on business. The Joint Online Registration System is designed to simplify that process for federal corporations by providing access to Saskatchewan registration forms online as corporations are filing their federal Articles of Incorporation.top of page
How much can I do online?
The Joint Online Registration System will automatically provide you with the relevant forms and fill in any information already submitted with the federal Articles of Incorporation, including the corporation's name and the date of incorporation, its registered office address and the directors names and addresses.
You will need to add any additional information required by Saskatchewan, such as:
- Position held (if any) by directors
- Name and address of Power of Attorny
Is a fee required?
Yes, as part of the online registration process, you must pay Saskatchewan's provincial registration fee of $265 online.top of page
Can the registration process be completed online?
No. While the federal Articles of Incorporation can be completed online, Saskatchewan requires your signature on the extra-provincial registration documents.
Registration is not complete until your signed application has been processed by the province and your provincial fees are paid.top of page
Can the Joint Online Registration System simplify the process?
Yes. Through the Joint Online Registration System, Corporations Canada will send you, via e-mail, a copy of your Articles of Incorporation, the Saskatchewan application for registration you completed, as well as the Power of Attorney form that Saskatchewan requires. The e-mail will also include addresses and instructions to help you complete the transaction. You will have to complete and sign the forms, and send them directly to the Saskatchewan government. Note that the Power of Attorney form is not mandatory if there is a resident of Saskatchewan listed as a director of the corporation.top of page
How long does the process take?
If you submit your articles by 1 pm (EST) any business day, your incorporation certificate should be processed by 5 pm (EST) the same day, as long as the documents are submitted in the prescribed form and that the corporate name, if applicable, is accepted.
Once Corporations Canada has approved your application for federal incorporation, copies of your Articles of Incorporation, along with the provincial forms you completed to apply for extra-provincial registration, and all other necessary forms and instructions, will be sent to you by e-mail.top of page
For more information on Saskatchewan's registration requirements please visit the Government of Saskatchewan or contact them at:
Information Services Corporation (ISC )
1301 1st Avenue
Regina SK S4R 8H2
Telephone Number: 306-787-2962
Fax Number: 306-787-8999
Internet: Information Services Corporation
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