Prince Albert Timber Supply Area (PA TSA)

Sakâw Askiy Shareholders

Public Advisory Group Documents

Term Supply Area

Forest Management Plan

Management Plan

Operating Plans

What’s New…


The interactive  webmap has been updated to reflect the 2023 Operating Plan

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Checking the facts

Facts and Figures (Spring 2022).pdf PAG Documents Operating Plans Management Plan Shareholders Timber Supply Area

Origins - Prince Albert Forest Management Agreement

1965 - A forest management licence between the Province of Saskatchewan and Prince Albert Pulp Company was signed.

1981  - The Province of Saskatchewan became the owner of the Forest Management Agreement and associated assets.

1986 - Weyerhaeuser Canada acquired the Forest Management Agreement and associated assets.

2006 - Weyerhaeuser Canada announced the closure of its Prince Albert Forest Management Agreement assets.

November 1, 2010 - Sakâw Askiy Management Inc. acquired the Prince Albert Forest Management Agreement from Weyerhaeuser Canada on behalf of its eight member companies.

Sakâw holds the Forest Management Agreement for the Prince Albert Timber Supply Area, and coordinates management in the area for six Sakâw shareholders.

Sakâw Askiy Management Inc - Sustainable Forest Management

View Management Agreement

Sakaw - Management Agreement.pdf Sakaw - Memorandum of Agreement.pdf

View Memorandum of Agreement

Sakaw - Memorandum of Agreement.pdf Sakaw - Assignment Agreement.pdf

View FMA Assignment Agreement

Sakaw - Assignment Agreement.pdf


Shareholders are responsible for  their own planning, harvesting, hauling, renewal operations,  paying Crown dues and fees, and providing related plans and reports


The total area (land, water, swamp) of the tSA is 3.3 million hectares with 2.7 million being forested.  Timber harvesting is expected to be possible on 1.7 million hectare or 63% of the forested area.  


A long-term Forest Management Plan for the Prince Albert Forest Management Agreement area sets out the goals, objectives, and strategies for this forest for the period from April 1, 2018 to March 31, 2038.


Sakâw, through its Shareholders, compiles an operating plan each year outlining the forestry activities  (harvesting, road building, renewal, etc.) being planned for the next 1-5 years.


Sakâw Public Advisory Group documents can be found on the following page.