Saskatoon COVID-19 Service Directory

A compilation of support and services made available to the Saskatoon community. We are growing this resource each day and working to add to this list as additions become available. Check back regularly for updates. Please note that these have not been vetted and are not endorsed.

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Canada public health updates

Check daily for authoritative updates from public health: View>


Canada COVID-19 app

This app will let you receive the latest updates, trusted resources, and self-assess your symptoms: View>

City Updates

Information on parking, transportation, utilities and property taxes, as new information emerges.

Health & Wellbeing

Information on COVID-19, Doctors & Medication, Support Lines & groups, Mental health resources & more.

Food & Groceries

Details around shopping for seniors, grocery, pet food & local businesses offering meal delivery.

Employment Information

Details on Employment Insurance and the Federal Government Economic Response Plan.

Entertainment & the Arts

Keep busy with online resources & Saskatoon delivery options.

Education & Activities

Curriculum content, online courses, physical activities and more.

Religion & Spirituality

Virtual services available online. 

Help Others

Details on organizations in need, groups offering support and volunteer opportunities.

Support for Individuals

Where to find food and meals, along with access to Saskatoon groups offering grocery & supply delivery, virtual companionship and more.

Support For Biz & Orgs

Details on services and resources available for businesses and organizations in need.

For Frontline Workers

Free goods and services along with available supports, specific to healthcare and frontline workers.

Local Retail Online

Support local businesses by shopping at Saskatoon retail offering online or FaceTime shopping & delivery.

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As we move into new phases of the pandemic response, we no longer have the capacity to maintain this online resource. While we will continue to add as information becomes available, please note that what is found here may be outdated. If you have updated information on resources found here, please share with us through the form on this site.