Accepted Identification


In order to obtain a library card in Saskatchewan, one piece of ID must be able to be used for proof of address and one for ID purposes. Any identification that meets the criteria for ID purposes and also contains proof of address (e.g. Driver’s License) is acceptable.

Accepted identification:

Saskatchewan Drivers Licence
Saskatchewan Vehicle Registration
Student Card
Passport
Postmarked mail with your current address on it

Adults:

The list below includes all forms of acceptable identification.

Young Adults:

YA patrons can user the following:

-Student Card
-Parent ID (parent must sign for the card)
-Driver’s License
-Government ID card
-For address verification: a piece of mail with cancelled postage sent to the person’s residence

Children Under Age 14:

Parents/guardians will be requested to sign. Parent/guardian identification will suffice.

For Proof of Address

-Personal cheque
-Letter/envelope sent from library with cancelled postage
-Driver’s license
-Utility bill or other government correspondence that shows the current address.
-For library card issuance on reserve, have someone from Chief and Council verify residency for the person on a list or in person, as a means to remove barriers to library use. This person verifying is not accountable for funds owing for loss and fines.
-Teachers/Principal to verify for the person on a list or in person, as a means to remove barriers to library use. The process must coincide with documentation signed by the parent or caregiver verifying guardianship. This person verifying is not accountable for funds owing for loss and fines.