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Applying for a Licence to Practice in Saskatchewan

Last updated: December 23,, 2022

Applicants who meet the requirements for registration and licensure in Saskatchewan should:

*Note: Those applicants who meet the requirements and are interested in obtaining a telemedicine licence in Saskatchewan, should email to apply.

 STEP 1  

 Go to your profile and share the following documents with CPSS.

  • Medical Degree;
  • Transcripts;
  • Internship;
  • Postgraduate Training documents, if any; and
  • all MCC exam Pass results with CPSS.
 STEP 2  

Gather the following information to have available when completing your Application for Medical Registration:

  • intended scope of practice;
  • practice intent and location of where you intend to practice;
  • date and place of birth;
  • the dates and results of examinations including language proficiency examinations that you have written;
  • the start and end dates and locations of all undergraduate and postgraduate training;
  • the start and end dates and locations of all practice experience;
  • completed Canadian medical examinations;
  • certifications and other qualifications;
  • medical education history;
  • Medical Identification Number for Canada (MINC) if previously assigned.

Failure to disclose all of your educational and practice history may result in rejection of your application.

 STEP 3  

Get your payment ready.

  • You can process payment electronically through the website using a valid credit card.
  • Each Medical Regulator charges a fee to assess a physician’s eligibility for a licence to practice medicine.
In Saskatchewan you will pay a total of $500 + $25 GST – payment will be made through the Application for Medical  Registration (AMR) portal and taxes are non-refundable
 STEP 4    You are now ready to APPLY.

What happens after you apply?

You will receive an email confirmation once we have received your application.

The CPSS will review your AMR Qualification Review, as submitted through Once the review is complete, you will receive an initial message from us to request any additional information we may require. Below lists the following documents that we may request from you:

  • Proof of Identity
  • Proof of documents submitted through your AMR,
  • A Certificate of Professional Conduct from your current jurisdiction where you are registered.
  • A copy of information from the National Practitioner Database for physicians currently or previously licenced in the US.
  • Professional and character references

Once all documentation is submitted, the CPSS will issue a final ruling, if you are eligible for a licence.

For OET and CELPIP exam takers:

Please note there is currently no place on the Application for Medical registration Qualification review (AMR QR) to enter Occupation English Test (OET) or Canadian English Language Proficiency Index Program (CELPIP) results. is working on an update to include these exams in the future.

How to proceed?  Please answer NO to the question, “Have you written the International English Language Testing Systems (IELTS) academic module test?” when completing  your Application. After submitting your application on, please email a copy of your OET or CELPIP exam to  Please also make sure you have shared your OET or CELPIP test results with us, so that we are able to verify your results.


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