The Debates and Proceedings of the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan, commonly known as Hansard, is an essentially verbatim report of the debates that take place in the Assembly and its committees.
The policy of the Saskatchewan Hansard editors is to provide a verbatim record with a minimum of editing and without any alteration of the meaning of a Member's speech. Hansard is produced after each daily sitting of the House and is available the following morning.
Debates (Hansard) files go back to 1947, all of which have been digitized to make them accessible online. Each day's edition of the Debates (Hansard) can be accessed through the Assembly records calendar or through the meeting archive.
For research assistance, please contact the Legislative Library.
Inquiries related to the production of the Debates (Hansard) can be directed to email@example.com or (306) 787-1175.
In 2022, Saskatchewan Hansard is celebrating 75 years of producing the official written record of the Assembly’s debates. Visit our 75th Anniversary page to find out more.
Our indexes allow you to search through each Legislature and find out which topics a specific MLA has talked about or which MLAs have spoken to a specific subject. Indexes prior to 1998 are available at the Legislative Library.
* Note: Some subject indexes for the Legislative Committees are separate from the Assembly indexes:
Disclaimer: the electronic versions of the Legislative Assembly's documents are provided on this site for information purposes only. The content of the documents is identical to the printed record, only the presentation differs unless otherwise noted. The printed versions are the official record for legal purposes.