The parliamentary calendar is determined by the Rules and Procedures of the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan, which define when a legislative session will begin and how long it will last.

For the first legislative session after an election, there is no parliamentary calendar to determine the days that the Assembly will meet. After a general provincial election, the scheduling of the Assembly is at the discretion of the government. 

In the first session of a new Legislature, the Rules define the last day  of session – completion day – as 29 days after the budget motion is moved.