The powers, duties and responsibilities of an attorney are set out in the Saskatchewan Powers of Attorney Act. The Act allows you to make an Enduring Power of Attorney (EPA) for property, for personal care, or for a combination of both.
A property attorney would have the power to deal with your financial and business affairs on your behalf. A personal attorney would make lifestyle decisions, such as where you are to live, what types of social activities you engage in, and similar things. However, your personal attorney cannot make health care decisions for you - that requires an Advance Health Care Directive for Saskatchewan.