News and Events

8th Annual Tin Cup Golf Tournament






The 7th Annual Tin Cup Golf Tournament was held on August 4 at Deer Valley Golf Club.  The participants enjoyed a day full of networking, socializing and, of course golfing. Congratulations to the team from Choice Electrical Supply Co. including captain Jonathan Yung, Kevin Black (Wirewerks Network Innovations), Kenny Klein and Roth Uy (Klein’s Cabling & Electric) who repeated as champions again this year.

(L-R Kevin Black, Jon Yung, Roth Uy, Kenny Klein)


TSASK and SaskPower implement new requirements for the energization sticker process.  (Click here for more details)
SaskPower announces new Electric Service Requirements that will take effect January 1, 2021.  Click Here for more details.
Gas & Electrical Licensing moves to TSASK on August 4 (Click here for more details)
Updated Fire Alarm Systems Guide (Click Here)
Board President releases 2019 Annual Report Annual Report – 2019
SaskPower electrical contractor call-in list for issues you may experience – SaskPower Call-In List for Electrical Contractors


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Sask Power announces Gas and Electrical Inspections will be transferred to TSASK effective Fall 2020. (click here for a copy of the letter)

SaskPower announces approval of the 2018 Canadian Electrical Code effective January 1, 2019 (click here Bulletin 02-2018)

The Electrical Contractors Association of Saskatchewan

The Electrical Contractors Association of Saskatchewan (ECAS) is a provincial association dedicated to representing the interests of electrical contractors, suppliers, manufacturers and engineers across the province. The association is the provincial voice of the industry and advocates on behalf of its members.


The Electrical Contractors Association of Saskatchewan is the provincial voice of the electrical industry.


Represent and service all Electrical Contractors and members within Saskatchewan by fostering discussion between industry and government. We organizing activities designed to improve the electrical industry.


SaskPower Inspections, Distribution, Building Standards, Licensing, Canadian/Saskatchewan Electrical Codes, Apprenticeship, and Construction Documents

Serving Saskatchewan for 65 Years

The Electrical Contractors Association of Saskatchewan


The ECAS is pleased to offer CSA Z462 compliant Arc Flash & Shock eLearning training through its partnership with ESPS Electrical Safety Program Solutions INC. (ESPS).


A variety of training options are available to all ECAS members. Go to the Activities Tab above and click on Education.


The primary directive of ECAS is to engage all associations, agencies, government ministries and businesses associated with the electrical industry in discussion, deliberation and decision making that will positively affect the overall improvement of the industry.


ECAS is currently working with a variety of vendors to add to our existing list of companies who support our association by offering member discounts or benefits.  Announcements about new partnerships will be communicated via member emails and our quarterly newsletters.


Several events for the association are arranged each year. The golf classic TIN CUP is enjoyed by members each year.

Local Associations

ECAS provides administrative and advocacy support for the local electrical associations in Regina, Saskatoon and Prince Albert. For information on their activities go to the TAB listing for their association.

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Contacting our association

Electrical Contractors Association of Saskatchewan

PO Box #21077
Regina, Saskatchewan Canada S4V 1J4

Telephone:(306) 537.8575





As an ECAS member you are entitled to membership with the Canadian Electrical Contractors Association.

CECA is a federation of provincial and territorial electrical contractor groups and undertakes to represent electrical contractors at the national level. Each member CECA appoints one representative to the Association’s Board of Directors. In jurisdictions with no provincial CECA, direct sustaining membership is permitted.


NECA is the voice of the $160 billion electrical construction industry that brings power, light, and communication technology to buildings and communities across the U.S.



The Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association (SCSA) is an industry-funded nonprofit organization that provides cost-effective, accessible safety training and advice to employers and employees throughout the province. Companies that are registered with Saskatchewan Workers’ Compensation Board (WCB) and fall under the CLASS B – BUILDING CONSTRUCTION rate class are members of the SCSA. SCSA members and supporter members receive preferred pricing on classroom training year-round. The SCSA equips more than 10,000 workers each year with the education and training they need to achieve their organization’s safety goals.



For a complete list of all Electrical licensing forms required in Saskatchewan (click here)


For information on the following: (click here)

Overview of Saskatchewan legal requirements for electrical contractors and journeypersons (click here) 

To access On Line Permit (click here)

​To access 2018 Code Renewal On Line Course (click here)



For information on  Appreticeship in Saskatchewan go to SATCC.

Voice Of The Association

As a member of  ECAS you are automatically a member of the Canadian Electrical Contractors Association  and through CECA a member of the National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA). You are able to order any of the CECA, or NECA publications at member pricing.

Transforming Services in Saskatchewan

These changing economic times make it necessary for the electrical industry to understand and be able to respond proactively on issues that will affect your company and the electrical industry. As the largest construction trade employer in the province, we need to be a strong unified force to ensure our voice and actions lead and support our member companies and employees.  ECAS, the Electrical Contractors Association of Saskatchewan, is the voice for contractors and affiliate members of suppliers, designers and engineers to impact positive change to policies and regulations.