Prime Minister Justin Trudeau declared next Monday as a federal holiday for a day of mourning Queen Elizabeth II's death, as her funeral is that day.
That means it's a day off for federal employees across Canada.
However, it's up to each province to determine whether it's a statutory holiday in their jurisdiction.
The Saskatchewan government announced Tuesday that it will not be a provincial statutory holiday, meaning non-federally-regulated organizations are not required to give their employees the day off.
The province did proclaim the day as a day in tribute and commemoration of Queen Elizabeth II.
"Her late Majesty's seven decades of selfless public service is an honourable legacy," said Premier Scott Moe in a statement. "We will pay tribute to her incredible dedication and commemorate her 70-year reign in a memorial service in our capital city - the Queen City."
Manitoba did not proclaim it a statutory holiday either, though all non-essential government services will be closed.