Explore legal and finance resources for seniors in Saskatoon and area.
Medical Assistance in Dying [MAID]
An information brochure prepare by Saskatoon Council on Aging & Pro Bono Students Canada
Sasha Gordon & Serena Saini
CLASSIC works toward access to justice with low-income, marginalized Saskatchewan residents, with attention to the needs of Aboriginal peoples, through a legal clinic that meets the needs of the community.
PLEA is a non-profit, non-government organization that exists to educate and inform the people of Saskatchewan about the law and the legal system. PLEA offers programs and services to the general public as well as to school communities.
Power of Attorney
Government of Saskatchewan, Ministry of Justice – Power of Attorney
Government of Saskatchewan, Enduring Power of Attorney
An enduring power of attorney (EPA) is a power of attorney that states that it is to continue in effect even if the grantor becomes incapacitated.
Public Guardian and Trustee
Retirement Income Calculator:
The Canadian Retirement Income Calculator will provide you with retirement income information on the Old Age Security (OAS) pension & Canada Pension Plan (CPP) retirement benefits. More information
Government of Canada: Benefits Finder
The Benefits Finder may suggest benefits from federal, provincial or territorial governments, and does not collect or track your information. The more questions you answer, the more customized your results will be. More information
Government of Canada: Fact Sheets
Income Tax Help
Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) – Tax Information for Seniors
Saskatoon Tax Services Office (Canada Revenue Agency)
340 3rd Ave. N.
Phone: 1.800.959.8281 (To book an appointment – individuals)
Phone: 1.800.959.5525 (To book an appointment – business and self-employed)
Community Volunteer Income Tax Program – About the program – The objective of the CVITP is to help eligible taxpayers who do not know how to prepare their income tax and benefit returns, and who have low to modest income and a simple tax situation.
Saskatoon Food Bank and Learning Centre – Volunteers help people with low income with tax returns. Phone: 306.664.6565.
Please note: Walk-In Services for the Income Tax clinic at the Saskatoon Food Bank are only open during the tax season (March to May)