SAA Member Directory

The Saskatchewan Association of Architects (SAA) wishes to advise the public that in order to offer or provide architectural services in Saskatchewan (as defined by The Architects Act, 1996) to the public, an architect must be a Registered Member of the SAA and must be employed by a holder of a Licence to Practice with the SAA.

As defined in The Architects Act, 1996 2 (q), “practice of architecture” or “architecture” means:

(i) preparing or providing, for hire, gain or hope of reward a design to govern the construction of a building that has as its principal purpose human habitation or occupancy; or
(ii) examining a building that has as its principal purpose human habitation or occupancy to determine whether the construction is in general conformity with the design governing the construction of the building, and reporting on the construction of the building.

Protection of title

22(1) No person other than a member shall use the title “Registered Architect” or “Architect”, the abbreviation “S.A.A.”, or any word, title or designation, abbreviated or otherwise, to imply that the person is a member.

Architects involved in the provision of architectural services, which includes activities such as the preparation of drawings and completion of feasibility studies, prior to achievement of SAA registration and licensure, are subject to discipline as provided for in the Act.

The SAA is pleased to provide a listing of its members and licence holders. Please use the lists to confirm that the architect and firm are able to practice architecture in Saskatchewan.