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FCAA is Saskatchewan’s financial and consumer marketplace regulator.
The Film and Video Classification Act 2016 and Regulations 2018 are administered by the Saskatchewan Film Classification (SFC) office within the Financial and Consumer Affairs Authority (FCAA). Two key components of this administration are the registration and classification requirements.
Registration with SFC is required if you intend to distribute, sell, rent, or publicly exhibit a film or video in Saskatchewan on a continual and successive basis.
Classification is required (unless otherwise exempted) before a film is exhibited, distributed, rented, or sold in Saskatchewan. This includes film exhibition, retail sales of DVD’s, or lending. It applies to both commercial and non-commercial locations.
Consult the resources below for information on a number of important topics.
Learn about film ratings, classification categories, symbols and other important topics.
Search for newly released movies as well as others to get the classification of the movie.
Learn about classification, exemptions, administrative processes and other important topics.
Learn about your legislative obligations.
This section contains notices for Distributors and Retailers.
Log into RLS to register, to apply for a new licence, renew your licence, update information and submit annual filings.
This section contains documents relating to actions taken, such as consent orders, decision, administrative penalties and licence conditions.