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Whether this is your first child or you're already an experienced parent we hope these resources will help to smooth the way as you begin a wonderful new journey.


Saskatchewan's Ministry of Social Services offers programs in domestic adoption, assisted adoption, intercountry adoption, and post-adoption.
A birth certificate is an important personal document that is often required to apply for other forms of identification, such as social insurance numbers or health cards.
By law, the birth of every child in Saskatchewan must be registered with Vital Statistics within 15 days after the birth. Registration is necessary to establish a permanent legal record of a person's birth. Without registration you cannot obtain a birth certificate.
Help with monthly costs of licensed child care.
Provides information for parents, caregivers and communities on Child Care in Saskatchewan
Post Adoption Services in Saskatchewan refers to the disclosure of information following a legal adoption. Post adoption services may include provision of non-identifying background information, copies of legal documents, and search and contact services.

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