Strategic Partners

Stakeholder collaboration was identified as a main priority in PAS's Strategic Plan. We value inclusiveness and collaborative solutions within pharmacy practice and make every attempt to work with other organizations to enhance the health system and better serve our members.

Canadian Pharmacists' Association

Since 1907, this national, non-profit organization has charted the course through many developments in pharmacy, and continues to be the national voice of Canadian pharmacists.

The pharmacy profession and health care in general are changing, creating new opportunities for pharmacists to focus on providing better patient care. 



Saskatchewan College of Pharmacy Professionals

The Saskatchewan College of Pharmacy Professionals is the self-governing body for the profession of pharmacy in the province. Under authority of  The Pharmacy Act, 1996, they regulate pharmacists, pharmacies and drugs.




medSask supports positive health outcomes in Saskatchewan by providing healthcare professionals and the general public with access to on-demand, accurate, evidence-based drug information. Licensed pharmacists respond to drug queries 365 days a year through two toll-free telephone lines.
medSask also offers education opportunities for students at the University of Saskatchewan College of Pharmacy and Nutrition, continuing education for healthcare professionals, and works on drug-therapy projects with other health organizations. 



Canadian Society of Hospital Pharmacists (CSHP) Saskatchewan Branch

The professional association for pharmacists who practice in hospitals and other collaborative healthcare settings in Saskatchewan.



Pharmacy Technician Society of Saskatchewan (PTSSk)

A non-profit society, PTSSk was founded September 2012 to represent Saskatchewan Technicians/Assistants on a path towards professional development.



Continuing Professional Development for Pharmacy Professionals

The College based Continuing Pharmacy Education unit, was established July 31, 1995. The goal of this unit is to develop, deliver, and evaluate quality, reasonably priced, continuing professional education to meet the needs of the pharmacists of Saskatchewan in terms of maintaining competence to practice and fulfilling the SCP licensure requirements.





Saskatchewan Pharmacy Museum Society (SPMS)

A Not-For-Profit organization, the Saskatchewan Pharmacy Museum Society has been collecting and preserving Pharmacy artifacts and archival material for more than 25 years using volunteer manpower. Funding is based on a volunteer yearly membership fee and proceeds from hosting a silent auction at the Pharmacists’ Association of Saskatchewan (PAS) annual conference.