Saskatchewan Death Certificate
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Saskatchewan Death Certificate

A Government issued Death Certificate is required as legal proof of death, to settle the estate of the deceased, and to apply for pension and insurance benefits.

How To Apply

Step 1 01

Certificate & Service Options
Certificate & Service Options

Step 2 02

Applicant
Information
Applicant Information

Step 3 03

Death Details
Death Details

Step 4 04

Authorization
Authorization

Step 5 05

Payment
Processing
Payment Processing
Who can apply

You can apply for a Saskatchewan Death Certificate if you are:

  • Their spouse if legally married or common-law at the time of death;
  • A parent who appears on the original registration of birth as mother, father or other parent;
  • An adult child of the deceased (18 years of age and older);
  • The legal custodian or personal/property guardian of the person (must submit copy of court documents);
  • The personal representative of the estate of the deceased (must submit copy of the Will);
  • A person that needs to prove Métis or Treaty status;
  • In response to a Saskatchewan court order or subpoena (must submit copy of court documents);
  • To a person that needs it to prove a joint tenant has died for land titles purposes;
  • Public Guardian and Trustee of Saskatchewan, Canada or any other country (must submit letter stating reason for the request).
Documents Available to Order

Before applying, find out the type and format of the document required by contacting the organization to which you must submit it.

Documents:

Framing Size Death Certificate:

The Framing Size Death certificate contains the full name of the deceased, date of death, place of death, age, sex, marital status, registration number and registration date.

Certified Photocopy of Registration of Death:

A certified photocopy of a registration is a duplicate of the original registration.

Genealogical Photocopy of Registration of Death:

A genealogical photocopy of a registration is a duplicate of the original registration and is stamped "For Genealogy Only".

Service Options

Regular Service (15-25 business days)

Framing Size Death Certificate: $80.00
Certified Photocopy of Registration: $95.00
Genealogical Photocopy of Registration: $95.00

Rush Service (5-7 business days)

Framing Size Death Certificate: $110.00
Certified Photocopy of Registration: $125.00
Genealogical Photocopy of Registration: $125.00

Rush service is NOT available under the following circumstances:

Please Note: Fees listed above are inclusive of taxes and shipping costs. Delivery times are approximate and cannot be guaranteed. Applications may be delayed or rejected if inadequate information is provided or if there is a discrepancy between information provided and the government records. If no record of the death is found by Saskatchewan Vital Statistics, fees will be applied to the search cost and will not be refunded.

Status of your Application

If you have not received your ordered Death Certificate within the expected timeframe, you may contact the eHealth Saskatchewan to check the status of your application.

Toll Free: 1-855-eHS-LINK (347-5465)