Saskatchewan Administrative Tribunals Association is a not-for-profit society.


Promoting excellence in administrative justice within the province of Saskatchewan. 

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The Saskatchewan Administrative Tribunals Association provides a forum for discussion, education, and research in the administrative justice system of Saskatchewan.


CCAT 2021 Virtual Symposium Series!


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Register Now!  Only 3 weeks until the start of CCAT’s Virtual Symposium Series

There's only three weeks left before the start of CCAT's Virtual Symposium series, Reimagining Tribunal Excellence in a Post-Pandemic World: #WhatnowCCAT2021!  Join us every Thursday from April 1 to May 6, 2021 at 1:00 p.m. (Eastern) for 90-minute sessions featuring innovative topics and speakers with diverse viewpoints.


Not able to attend all of the days in the conference series?  No problem! All of the sessions will be recorded and available for full series registrants to catch up later on anything that you may have missed.  Simultaneous interpretation will also be available for all sessions.


Here’s a preview of #CCAT2021’s first two leading-edge sessions:

April 1:   Reimagining Administrative Justice

This session kicks off the 2021 Virtual CCAT Symposium. It will explore the roots of administrative justice, present critiques of current practice, and present an optimistic vision based on community, network and openness that can help guide decision-making as we look forward to a post-pandemic world.


  • Nick O’Brien, co-author of Reimagining Administrative Justice

  • Susan Opler, Ombudsman, Ombudsman Toronto

  • Deborah Pressman, Legal Counsel, Office of the Chief Justice – Ontario

April 8:  "You're on Mute" - Lessons from a pandemic

COVID-19 brought many sudden changes to administrative tribunals—and many of these changes are here to stay. We all had to be flexible and find new approaches to conducting daily business. This session will feature members of the Canadian Bar Association highlighting the many positive impacts from these changes, which are discussed in a recent CBA Taskforce Report. The session will also explore some tales of spectacular failure. Trust us: for many adjudicators, being on mute was the least of their problems!


  • Brad Regehr, President, Canadian Bar Association (CBA) and Co-chair of the CBA Task Force on Justice Issues Arising from COVID-19 (Maurice Law)

  • Karen Eltis, Faculty member at the University of Ottawa Centre for Law, Technology and Society and Full Professor of Law within the Faculty of Law, Civil Law Section

  • Christopher Wirth, Past Chair of the CBA Administrative Law Section and CBA Task Force on Justice Issues Arising from COVID-19 member (Keel Cottrell LLP)

  • Marc-André O’Rourke, CBA Advocacy Lawyer and Task Force Project Director

Share your COVID-19 experiences:  Send us a short video (maximum 1 minute) telling us your story of how something went sideways during COVID-19.  We’ll be presenting the best videos during the session!

Check out the full PROGRAM on the CCAT website.

  • April 15:  Trauma-informed Therapeutic Jurisprudence – Can tribunals be therapeutic? 

  • April 22:  All the Stories Yet to be Told: Why Diversity Matters, and Why It’s So Hard to Achieve

  • April 29:  Administrative Law Update

  • May 6:  Pulling Back the Curtain: Managing access to justice at the tribunal front counter

So, grab a coffee, relax and get ready to Connect, Learn, and Be Inspired!