Issues

The SUMA Board of Directors and their Executive Committee are responsible for the development and implementation of the policy positions of the Association.

Cannabis Legalization

Recreational cannabis will be legalized on July 1, 2018. Saskatchewan hometowns will be on the front lines, and they need to know the provincial government's plans to properly prepare.

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Solid Waste Management Strategy

Policy Position

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Provincial Budget Hurts Hometowns

The 2017-18 provincial budget hurts Saskatchewan's hometowns. Get details and see what happened.

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Provincial Downloading

Policy Position

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Revenue Sharing

Policy Position

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Amalgamation

Policy Position

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Saskatchewan Transportation Company

Policy Position

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Fine Revenue Distribution

Policy Position

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STARS Air Ambulance

Policy Position

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Climate Change Adaption

Policy Position

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Rail Safety

Policy Position

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Provincial Recreation

Policy Position

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Immigration and Settlement

Policy Position

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Firefighter Compensation for Motor Vehicle Collisions (MVCs)

Policy Position

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You Count so be Counted! - 2016 Census

SUMA reminds all eligible Saskatchewan residents to complete the 2016 long-form census.

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SUMA’s 2016 Provincial Election Advocacy Hub

Find information on the key issues SUMA is raising during the 28th Provincial General Election.

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SUMA’s 2015 Federal Election Advocacy Hub

Here you will find information on the key issues we’ll be raising (in various forms), links to social media platforms, and recent articles relating to the issues we are championing. 

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Partners in Building Our Saskatchewan - One Point of PST

In 2012, SUMA and the City Mayors' Caucus launched a campaign called Partners in Building Our Saskatchewan. 

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Urban Growth Agenda

The provincial government spent the summer consulting with stakeholders to determine what the Saskatchewan priorities for growth should be. 

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Partners in Building Our Saskatchewan

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