PAS 2019-2020 Renewal Process

  • 2019-2020  PAS membership renewal deadline is  Friday, June 7th, 2019. 
  • A renewal notification email is sent to all members (to the email address indicated on your PAS profile).
  • Renewal email contains a link to the renewal page where you will be asked to update your profile.
  • If you can’t remember your password, please email.
  • Once you have updated your profile, completed your renewal and make the payment online.
  • Your receipt is available on your PAS profile page.
  • If you select Pay by Cheque or Employer is Paying, print off the invoice available on your PAS profile page and include with your cheque. 

*Please note the forms are fillable PDF and once saved can be emailed to the PAS office.*


Name Change and Malpractice Insurance

If you have changed your name PAS requires legal documentation (eg. Marriage Certificate or Divorce Decree) to legally change your malpractice insurance policy. Please fax (306 352-6770) or email    copies of this documentation.


2019-2020 Fees

PAS 2019 - 2020 Fee Schedule Only.pdf

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Membership Types

Please complete the appropriate membership application form (below) and the Malpractice Insurance Application form (if applicable to the type of membership) and either fax 306.352.6770 or email PAS. If you have any more questions do not hesitate to contact the PAS Office at 306 359-7277.

Note: Malpractice Insurance must be in place prior to acquiring licensure for the Saskatchewan College of Pharmacists (SCPP).


Full/Joint PAS Member

For a Full/Joint Membership is for those who want to be a full PAS member or a Joint PAS/CSHP member. Please note, if you are an international applicant, out of province applicant or a new graduate, use this form to apply for your membership and malpractice insurance. 

2019 - 2020 Full-Joint Membership Application.pdf

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Wynward Malpractice Insurance Application.pdf

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Affiliate/Auxiliary

Affiliate Membership applies to a pharmacist who has an interest in the profession and affairs of PAS  (Industry, Government) but is not currently practicing in Saskatchewan and/or does not require malpractice insurance. 

Auxiliary Membership applies to a non-pharmacist who has an interest in the profession and affairs of PAS  (Industry, Government, etc.)

2019 - 2020 Aff - Aux Membership Application.pdf

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Retired

Retired Membership applies to a pharmacist who has permanently ceased to practice pharmacy.

2019 - 2020 Retired Member Application.pdf

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Student

Student membership applies to 1st to 4th-year pharmacy students. The student membership year runs from October 1st to September 30th which coincides with the academic school year. However, you can also complete the form below and send it to the PAS office via email or fax. 

2019 - 2020 Student Membership.pdf

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Pharmacy Technician Application

Pharmacy Technician application is for malpractice insurance only. For new technicians, the application and malpractice insurance forms must be filled out and sent in. 

2019 - 2020 Pharmacy Technician Application.pdf

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2019 - 2020 Technician Insurance Application.pdf

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