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 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.
Since 1951, Saskatchewan school zones have been safer thanks to our volunteer CAA School Safety Patrollers.
School zones are becoming more dangerous. Parents with young children are reporting an increase in unsafe driving practices in school zones.
Informing motorists, travellers and consumers about new technology, fuel efficiency, vehicle expenses, and your environmental footprint.
Saskatchewan has over 228,000 kms of roads. Road users are invited to nominate and vote for the worst, unsafe roads they’ve recently travelled on.
CAA Saskatchewan offers tips and tricks for pedestrians, drivers, and cyclists to help share our roads safely and responsibly.
CAA is pleased to support community organizations that help Saskatchewan families of all ages.
- Saskatoon Council on Aging
- Saskatchewan Seniors Mechanism
- Royal Canadian Legion, Saskatchewan Command
- Saskatchewan Federation of Police Officers
- Jim Pattison Children's Hospital Foundation
- Kinsmen Telemiracle/Regina Kinettes
- Regina Eastview Rotary Club
- Access Communications Co-Operative
- Regina Food Bank
- Saskatchewan Food Bank
- SADD (Students Against Drinking and Driving) Saskatchewan
- Ovarian Cancer Canada and Sask. Ovarian Cancer Survivors
- Qu’Appelle Volunteer Fire Department and 1st Responders
- Saskatchewan 4H
- Sophia House
- Women of the Dawn
- University of Regina Cougar Women’s Hockey Alumni
- Regina Lawn Bowling Club
- Ford Mercury Club
- Kipling Youth Centre
- Bright Eyes Dog Rescue
- Central Butte Child Care Inc.
- Those Guys Car Club, Moose Jaw