Find out if the business you are dealing with is FCAA licensed to operate in Saskatchewan. Checking for a business licence is an important part of keeping yourself, your money, and your identity safe.
Please use the legacy FCAA411 for more license types:
How to Search
Enter at least one search term, then press “Search”.
Choosing search terms. If you want to find out if a specific business is licensed, use the least common words. E.g., if you’re searching “31 Plains Auto Dealer Ltd.,” try searching for “Plains.”
- Be precise. Make sure you’ve spelled the business name correctly – including any punctuation. E.g., A.B.C. Collection Agency. Not sure if there is punctuation? Use a “%” as a wildcard. E.g., A%B%C% Collection Agency.
Legal Disclaimer: Although a business may hold a licence issued by FCAA, the licence is not an endorsement of the company, nor does the licence guarantee the quality of goods or services offered.
We provide this information as a public service. Contact us to request an official search record or to report any errors, omissions, or discrepancies.