Get Checked for cancer with our provincial screening programs. 

An appointment could save your life.

In the early stages of cancer, there are often no signs or symptoms. That’s why screening checks are so important. Make it a regular part of your health routine. 

Saskatchewan has three province-wide screening programs for breast, cervical, and colorectal cancer.

Regular screening for breast, cervical and colorectal cancer can help detect cancer at its earliest stages and before symptoms even occur. Finding cancer early often allows for more treatment options and a better chance of recovery.

More than 8,000 Saskatchewan people will be diagnosed with cancer in 2023. Many of these cancers are preventable. With more regular testing and screening, we hope to bring that number down.

COVID-19 Information: Before you visit one of our screening facilities, read up on our latest COVID-19 protocols.

Screening Program for Breast Cancer .

Our Screening Program for Breast Cancer provides important and potentially life-saving screening mammograms to Saskatchewan women.

Screening Program for Cervical Cancer .

Cervical cancer is preventable and treatable when found early. Cervical cancer screening with combined Pap and HPV reflex testing can find abnormal cells in the cervix before they become cancer.

Screening Program for Colorectal Cancer .

The Screening Program for Colorectal Cancer provides an easy-to-use test kit called a fecal immunochemical test (FIT) to Saskatchewan residents.