Welcome to 'Inspection InSite'
Since June 2009, the Saskatchewan Ministry of Health has provided information online from public health inspection reports about restaurant type facilities throughout the province.
Now, more detailed public health inspection report information is available through Inspection InSite for over 5,000 restaurant-type facilities in Saskatchewan.
Saskatchewan Health Authority Public Health Officers inspect restaurant type facilities to determine compliance with The Food Safety Regulations and standards. Restaurant type facilities include, but are not limited to dining rooms, fast food outlets, caterers, mobile food vendors, ice cream stands, concession booths and public cafeterias.
Viewers of Inspection InSite should be aware that:
Public health inspection reports are not intended to guarantee the conditions of a restaurant type facility at all times and should not be relied upon for that purpose.
Restaurant type facilities listed on this site are operating with a valid licence and are considered to be safe to operate at the time of the last inspection.
Information about restaurant type facilities that are no longer in operation is not available online.
Inspection reports conducted after March 20, 2015 are more detailed than previous reports. This is due in part to a new electronic reporting process that allows inspectors to provide more information about infractions identified.
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