Until July 30, 2021, the FCAA is open by appointment only. Please contact staff members by phone or email to arrange a meeting. Visit our telephone directory for staff contact information. For further assistance you can contact 306-787-5645. If you are attending a meeting in-person, masks are voluntary and there are no physical distancing requirements.
FCAA is Saskatchewan’s financial and consumer marketplace regulator.
If you have ever owned a home, a vehicle, or have gone travelling, you have likely purchased insurance. While it can be mandatory in some contexts and optional in others, insurance may help provide compensation after a loss. Auto accident, fire, personal injury, and flight cancellation are just some examples of where insurance can be an important source of financial protection.
Before purchasing insurance, for any purpose, it is important to familiarize yourself with the industry in Saskatchewan. Consult the resources below for information on a number of important topics.
Learn how to file a complaint.
Information to help you protect yourself and your property.
View Saskatchewan Insurance legislation.
Find out who is licensed to sell insurance in Saskatchewan.
Find out what companies the Superintendent of Insurance does not regulate.
Find out if an insurance professional has been disciplined.
Learn about important points to consider when planning a trip.