Prince Albert Timber Supply Area (PA TSA)

Sakâw Askiy Shareholders

Public Advisory Group Documents

Term Supply Area

Forest Management Plan

Management Plan

Operating Plans

What’s New…

 The 2024 Operating Plan has been approved

See Operating Plan Documents here >>

Checking the facts

Facts and Figures (Spring 2022).pdf PAG Documents Operating Plans Management Plan Shareholders Timber Supply Area

Operating Plans

Sakâw Askiy Management Inc - Sustainable Forest Management

Operating Plans that cover the next 5-years of forestry activity are prepared annually.  The locations of proposed roads, harvest blocks, and renewal work for Year 1 of the plan are shown in detail on maps, and the direction for Years 2-5 is shown more generally.

Engagement with other land users and interested public during the development of these plans is a continuous process, aimed at developing mutually acceptable plans and activities.  Communication and information sharing mechanisms are continually being modified and adjusted to meet people’s needs, expectations and legal requirements.  The goal is to reach interested people and communities in whatever manner is most effective.

The Operating Plans (including harvest locations) are aligned with the strategic direction set in the longer-term Forest Management Plan for the Prince Albert Term Supply Area, which brings into play strategies such as protecting habitat for wildlife species at risk.  

Shareholders collaborate on preparing local-level operating plans under the direction of Planning Area Facilitators, who are responsible for turning those plans into a fully integrated operating plans for their planning area, then submitting it to Sakâw’s General Manager for consolidation and submission to government.

Current Operating Plan documents and maps are provided below:

Annual Harvest Plans


Shareholders are responsible for  their own planning, harvesting, hauling, renewal operations,  paying Crown dues and fees, and providing related plans and reports


The total area (land, water, swamp) of the TSA is 3.3 million hectares with 2.7 million being forested.  Timber harvesting is expected to be possible on 1.7 million hectare or 63% of the forested area.  


A long-term Forest Management Plan for the Prince Albert Forest Management Agreement area sets out the goals, objectives, and strategies for this forest for the period from April 1, 2018 to March 31, 2038.


Sakâw, through its Shareholders, compiles an operating plan each year outlining the forestry activities  (harvesting, road building, renewal, etc.) being planned for the next 1-5 years.


Sakâw Public Advisory Group documents can be found on the following page.

Operating Plan Web Map:

Web Map Tips and Tricks.pdf

A web map of the Prince Albert Term Supply Area is available at the link below.

The map’s contents reflect the 2023 operating plan

View Web Map Tips and Tricks Guide

View Operating Plan Web Map

Operating Plan Documents:

Link to the 2024 Operating Plan Text

Link to the 2024 OP Approval Letter

Link to the 2024 Temporary Work Camp Permit

Link to the 2024 AHPP

Link to 2021 Heritage Resource Review

View Forest Operations Standard

24-29 Sakaw Operating Plan Text_Redacted.pdf Sakaw 2024-2025 TWC Permit_Redacted.pdf Sakaw 2024-2025 AHPP_Redacted.pdf Sakaw 2024-2025 OP Approval_SignedJFBF_Redacted.pdf Forest Operations Standard - 08July2020.pdf

2024  Operating Plan

Draft Planning Maps (Oct 2023):

To view operating planning maps in .pdf format, click on the links below.

NOTE: These are large map files and may load slowly.