The government of Saskatchewan's proof-of-vaccination policy has been in effect for a month and is likely to last through Christmas according to comments made by Premier Scott Moe at a recent scrum event last week.

While many have gotten used to the act of pulling out their cellular phone for a quick scan at an entry or at a dining table, others are still struggling with the process of accessing their proof of vaccination online, and are visiting Regional Health Authority offices asking for a physical card to be printed for them only to leave frustrated when learning that that is not an option.

While the process to access one's health and vaccine information in the form of a QR code is fairly straightforward, not all residents, especially some of those most at risk from COVID, are not familiar with the technology necessary to access, print and display their proof-of-vaccine.

To help ease the issue, the Saskatchewan Health Authority and the government of Saskatchewan have produced a series of short videos on their YouTube channel walking residents through the process. 

Those videos, along with detailed instructions, can be accessed here.


  • Step One: Access MySaskHealthRecord
    • A MySaskHealthRecord is required for accessing the proof-of-vaccination.  Those with an existing account can log in here, while first-time visitors must register for an account by visiting here. and following the step-by-step registration guide.
    • In order to register for an account, an individual must have a driver's license or photo ID card, an active Saskatchewan Health Card, and an individual email address that is NOT shared with any other person.
  • Step Two: There are a number of options for using your QR code or proof-of-vaccination certificate once a MySaskHealthRecord account has been created.
    • Using the Android or Apple apps and following the in-app instructions for downloading the QR Code.
    • Printing of the QR Code or vaccine certificate from the MySaskHealthRecord desktop website.
    • Saving the QR code or vaccine certificate as a PDF format and saving it to your cellular device to open in any universal PDF application.
  • Wallet cards issued at the time of vaccination can also serve as proof of vaccination along with photo ID.

The government of Saskatchewan's proof-of-vaccination policy is in effect until November 30, 2021, but can be extended for longer at the discretion of the province's Chief Medical Health Officer.