On February 25, Saskatchewan joined Alberta, British Columbia and Manitoba in issuing an order making available certain limited trade-based registration exemptions to persons that would otherwise be required to register as exempt market dealers in the province. The order is most similar to that of Alberta, as it includes a condition that the person relying on the exemption must not have provided financial services to the purchaser at any time other than in connection with a prospectus-exempt distribution under the relevant sections, while also including language that the person relying on the exemption must not be registered or required to be registered. A companion policy providing guidance was also released.

The Northwest Territories, Nunavut and the Yukon Territory are expected to issue similar orders.