Follow the steps below:
- Fill out the Application for Veteran Plate form (pdf, 149 kb).
- Attach a photocopy of the appropriate documentation to your application form:
- Retired Personnel - Canadian Forces discharge certificate/certificate of service (both sides) or equivalent for Merchant Navy, Allied forces, etc.
- Serving Personnel - Canadian Forces identification card plus personal service record information.
- Police Personnel - Letter from the applicant's police service confirming their operation in a NATO operation or a United Nations Peacekeeping mission.
- Mail the completed form, along with photocopies of proof of service and the $5 application fee (cheque or money order payable to the Royal Canadian Legion, Saskatchewan Command) to the Royal Canadian Legion at the address listed at the top of the application form.
- To check the status of your application, call the Royal Canadian Legion, Saskatchewan Command at 306-525-8739.
- Once the Legion receives the application, they'll determine your eligibility and, if the application is approved, the Legion will forward it to SGI in Regina.
- SGI will assign the next veteran plate number and mail the plate to the motor licence issuer you wrote on your application form.
- If you have more than 1 eligible vehicle registered or jointly registered in your name, you can order a veteran plate for each vehicle. Just write the number of vehicles licensed in your name on the Veteran plate application form.
- Once you've been approved for a veteran plate by the Saskatchewan Command of the Royal Canadian Legion, SGI will record it. That way, you won't have to go through the approval process for future veteran plate orders.
- SGI will then mail the plate to the address indicated on the application form. You should receive your plate within 10 business days of SGI's head office receiving your application. Before the plate(s) can be displayed on a vehicle, they must be registered with SGI at your motor licence issuer. The licence plate is not valid until this is done. This is a very important step as failure to properly display a licence plate on a registered vehicle is subject to a fine under The Traffic Safety Act.
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