Forms of Address
When addressing people, either in person or in writing, it is important to know proper titles, not only as part of the established rules of courtesy, but as a way of understanding how organizations are structured and how we show respect for people holding a particular position.
The Lieutenant Governor and spouse are addressed as "Your Honour." When referring to them, it is appropriate to say "Her Honour," "His Honour," or "Their Honours." This address is used while they are in office but not after their term concludes; however, the Lieutenant Governor is entitled to use the title "Honourable" for life.
The document found at the link below is a general, practical guide for the forms of address most likely to be encountered in Saskatchewan; it is updated annually by the Protocol Office. The guide provides both written and spoken or conversational forms of address, as well as formal and less formal.