News Releases

News Releases

CAA Launches Guide to Help Air Travellers During Flight Disruptions

The Canadian Automobile Association (CAA) today launched an easy-to-use guide to help air travellers navigate the rules when they run into problems, such as flight delays, cancellations, lost bags and getting bumped from a flight.

CAA Battery Depot Grand Opening Today!

The grand opening of the CAA Battery Depot (formerly Regina Battery Depot) takes place today at its new location, 200 Albert Street. CAA Battery Depot is owned and operated by CAA Saskatchewan and is conveniently located in the same strip mall adjacent to the CAA Albert North Store.

CAA Saskatchewan Scholarship Program

CAA is proud to invest in the future of Saskatchewan graduating high school students through the CAA Scholarship Program. For 18 years, CAA Saskatchewan has provided annual entrance scholarships to Saskatchewan’s three educational institutions including the University of Saskatchewan, University of Regina, and Saskatchewan Polytechnic.

Partnership between Securian Canada and CAA offers new life and health & dental insurance solutions

Securian Canada, a leading insurance provider of innovative, life-ready insurance solutions in Canada, has partnered with the Canadian Automobile Association (CAA) and has introduced an innovative suite of insurance products and a digital-first customer experience to their more than seven million Members across the country, effective January 1, 2024.

CAA Saskatchewan Roadside Assistance Requests

Since the extreme cold weather conditions which started on January 11, 2024, CAA Roadside Assistance has experienced a significant increase of requests from CAA Members. To date there have been around 4,000 requests for help with battery boosts, tows, lock outs, fuel, and air delivery.

CAA Says Speeding is a Major Safety Concern

Canadians are deeply alarmed about speeding in our neighbourhoods and on our highways, even as a sizeable number admit to doing it themselves, according to polling released today by the Canadian Automobile Association (CAA).

Holiday Home & Away from Home Safety Advice from CAA

Staying home or travelling this holiday season? Here’s some advice from CAA Saskatchewan to help keep you and your family safe. Holiday at Home Safety Advice:

Report of Fire at CAA's Regina Car Care Centre at Regina Battery Depot, 980 Dewdney Avenue

This morning at around 2:30 a.m. a fire was reported at CAA’s Regina Car Care Centre at Regina Battery Depot. There was extensive damage to the northeast corner of the building which is currently being demolished to ensure safety at the site. The remainder of the building received water and smoke damage. No one was in the building at the time. The business is closed until further notice.

CAA Asks: Are You and Your Vehicle Winter Ready?

In Saskatchewan, we know that our winter weather can change quickly. One day we have calm and cool, and the next day, snow, wind, ice, and slush! CAA recommends not to wait, and to act now to get our vehicles and ourselves as drivers, ready for winter. Drivers: Winter Ready Check List