Saskatchewan government moves to sell off parts of Information Services Corporation

ISC earned $93.3 million for Saskatchewan people from 2007-2011.

Regina (21 Nov. 2012) - The Saskatchewan government introduced a bill in the legislature this week for the partial sale of Information Services Corporation (ISC).

ISC is responsible for the registry of land titles in the province of Saskatchewan.

ISC earned $93.3 million for Saskatchewan people from 2007-2011. It provides high-quality services, at reasonable costs to individuals and businesses in the province. As a crown corporation, it is accountable to the public.

“The success of ISC can almost entirely be attributed to the employees and their commitment to this corporation and the people of this province,” said Bob Bymoen, President of the Saskatchewan Government and General Employees' Union (SGEU/NUPGE).

The union will be meeting with the ISC bargaining unit this week to review the new legislation.

SGEU/NUPGE represents more than 250 ISC employees working in high-level customer service, accounting and clerical positions.


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