The Voice of Saskatchewan's Hometowns

Urban governments spend more than $1.2 billion every year to provide infrastructure, programs, and services to grow our economy.

Our Core Functions


We Represent Members' Interests

SUMA serves as the collective voice of urban government (cities, towns, villages, resort villages, and northern municipalities), ensuring that the interests of members are represented to other orders of government (provincial and federal).

Group Programs

We Help Members Save Money

SUMA offers group benefits, insurance services, and purchasing programs that can reduce the costs of operations for municipal governments.

Capacity Building

We Provide Members Access to Resources

SUMA provides information, connections, training and tools to make local government operations more effective.

Connect with a Municipal Mentor

The Saskatchewan Municipal Peer Network connects municipal officials and administrators with highly experienced mentors who can provide advice and help resolve disputes. Mentors are trained in coaching, communication, facilitation, and dispute resolution. Using their own experiences and training, mentors can offer coaching on interpersonal conflict, governance practices, public issues, service provisions, and roles and responsibilities. Saskatchewan's municipal peer mentors can be reached by phone or met with in person, and all conversations are confidential and free of charge.

Find a mentor