Since 1994, Members of the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan have been governed by specific legislation regarding their conduct as Members, including prohibitions regarding the use of insider information, regulation of participation by Members in government contracts and general disclosure requirements for all MLAs. The Members’ Conflict of Interest Act, S.S.1993, c.M-11.11 (the Act), following its proclamation on July 15, 1994, repealed The Members of the Legislative Assembly Conflict of Interests Act and introduced broad new responsibilities for the Members of the Legislative Assembly.

Between 1998-2020 several amendments were made to the Act.

In 2016, The Lobbyists Act established that the Conflict of Interest Commissioner would also serve as Saskatchewan’s Registrar of Lobbyists.