Unlike oil and gas, electricity is not a primary source of energy. It needs to be manufactured from other energy sources.
In Saskatchewan, coal (62.66%) was the main source in 2010. Hydro (18.48%) and natural gas (16.44%) accounted for most of the balance.  Wind, biomass and other alternatives together made up 2.42% of the total.  Saskatchewan has no nuclear power plants.
Saskatchewan produces all of its own electricity needs. See its production statistics here.
In 2010, production
consumed 207,038,300 GJ and
emitted 17,481,130 GHG tonnes.