Since CAA Saskatchewan first opened its doors in 1917, the organization actively represents Members' interests to governments, decision makers and industry on issues ranging from consumer education and protection, road and travel safety, highway infrastructure and the environment.
We represent Members' interests in the area of highways infrastructure at the provincial and national level, and strive to focus public awareness on public concerns such as, texting and driving, distracted driving, impaired driving, gas prices, senior drivers, teen driving, eco-driving, road safety and vehicle/bike safety.
Cannabis and Driving
The legalization of cannabis is effective October 17, 2018. Cannabis and other drugs have an impact on your ability to safely operate a vehicle. Driving high is driving impaired.
CAA Saskatchewan offers tips and information on safe driving, as well as information and resources for young and senior drivers.
CAA School Safety Patrol
Since 1951, CAA Saskatchewan has owned and managed the CAA School Safety Patrol program. There are approximately 4,700 patrollers active in 70 communities involving approximately 161 schools province-wide.
Would you like to start up a CAA School Safety Patrol in your school? Register Today
Like and follow the CAA School Safety Patrol Facebook page to stay up to date on all Patroller, and School Zone Safety news and events.
School Zone Safety
School zones are becoming more dangerous. Parents with young children are reporting an increase in unsafe driving practices in school zones.
CAA provides consumer information on driving costs, ecological impact of new vs. older vehicles, fuel efficiency, hybrids and electric vehicles, gas price monitoring, and recycling your ride.
The Saskatchewanderer Program
The 2018 Saskatchewanderer is Kevin Dunn.
CAA Saskatchewan is proud to support community organizations and events.