Board of Directors

Board of Directors

Message from the Chair of the Board

 A Bridge Over Troubled Water

How CAA keeps you connected

Board of Directors - Pat Friesen

Now more than ever, online communications have become integral to our everyday lives. With the challenging onset of COVID-19, thousands of Saskatchewan students, businesses, organizations and government agencies now rely heavily on digital communications for day-to-day transactions, learning opportunities and staying in touch with family and friends.

Over the past few months, connecting with our valued members has been a priority at CAA Saskatchewan. We’ve revamped our website to make it more user-friendly. Our online service has improved across all our business lines, including travel, roadside assistance, insurance and membership. A trusted CAA travel consultant, insurance agent, membership representative or communications counsellor is always here, ready to help.

We’ve made extra effort to ensure all emails, phone calls and website inquiries are handled as efficiently as possible. We apologize if there have been a few snags along the way.

In addition to our online services, we continue to provide regular emails to our members to keep everyone updated with the latest trends and information from CAA Saskatchewan. We even offer a digital version of this magazine at caask.ca/magazine.

If you’d like to stay connected via email, just provide us with an address and we’ll make sure you hear from us on a regular basis. Drop us a note at notify@caask.ca.

There’s also the CAA app. It lets you access account information, request roadside assistance, look at your e-bill and sign up for automatic renewal. The app keeps you connected wherever you are: working from home, vacationing or on the road. Create an online account at caask.ca/MyAccount.

Like other companies and organizations, we also rely on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube to keep you informed. You can visit our social channels to learn about our safety and advocacy initiatives, including the CAA School Safety Patrol, CAA School Zone Safety

Assessments, and CarFit, plus general tips for bike and driver safety. Follow us to stay connected with the CAA Saskatchewan family.

Do you have ideas about how we can improve our online or face-to-face communications? Please send me a note at caa.magazine@caask.ca. I’d love to hear from you!

Take care everyone.

Pat Friesen
Chair, CAA Saskatchewan Board of Directors