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Authenticating Notarized Documents

Provided by: Government of Saskatchewan - Justice

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Service Description

Provides authentication of notarized documents. Canada has recently joined the Apostille Convention, which simplifies the process of getting Canadian documents authenticated.

Canadian citizens and businesses can submit Canadian public documents – such as birth and marriage certificates, education, court, or notarized documents – for an authenticity certificate called an “Apostille”. This certificate will allow the documents to be used in any of the countries that are members of the convention. Visit the website for more information.

NOTE: As of January 11, 2024 Saskatchewan will no longer issue the former style of authentication certificates. Where a recipient country is not a member of the convention, the Apostille certificate will act as a regular authentication.


Individuals that need a document to be authenticated as per embassy or foreign government requirements.

Application Process

Visit the website for instructions on how to submit your documents.

Documents Required

Check with the embassy or consulate regarding what documents are required and the steps that are necessary for each document.
Documents must contain an original (wet ink) signature and stamp from a signatory for the Province of Saskatchewan.


Processing fee is $50 per certificate issued. If you want more than one document bundled in a single certificate, please provide instructions in your authentication package.

Payment Types
1. Personal cheques and money orders - Made payable to the "Minister of Finance".
2. Credit card - Enclose a contact phone number and the office with contact you once the documents are received.

Business Line: 306-787-5972

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1010 - 1874 Scarth Street
Regina SK  S4P 4B3

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1010 - 1874 Scarth Street
Regina SK  S4P 4B3

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