The Charitable Fund-raising Businesses Act
Some Definitions (section 2)
2 (b) “charitable organization” means a registered charity as defined in the Income Tax Act (Canada);
(d) “contribution” means:
(i) money, goods or services given to a charitable organization for a charitable purpose; or
(g) “fund-raising business” means a person that:
(i) for remuneration, manages or is responsible for a solicitation by or on behalf of a charitable organization; and
(n) “solicitation” means:
(i) a request made to a member of the general public who resides in Saskatchewan for a contribution in which it is stated or implied that all or a portion of the contribution will be used by a charitable organization for a charitable purpose; or
Telephone or Door to Door Solicitation Restrictions (section 19)
Charities and/or fund-raising businesses acting on behalf of a charity are not allowed to make telephone or door-to-door solicitations except between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m.
Do Not Call List (section 22 regulation 11)
If individuals do not want to be solicited by a fund-raising business, they may request that their name be put on a "do not call" list of that fund-raising business.
The “do not call list” restriction does not apply if the donor is called directly by an unpaid volunteer of the charity.