Cities Feeling the Pinch on PST *recently added
As municipalities finalize their municipal budgets and prepare for the 2023 construction season, Saskatchewan’s hometowns are continuing to feel the pinch of PST on municipal construction projects. Cities are paying millions of dollars in PST on infrastructure projects designed to improve the quality of life for their residents and surrounding areas.
Municipal Election Date *recently added
Following the release of Saskatchewan Chief Electoral Officer Michael Boda’s final report on the 2020 provincial election, SUMA is reiterating its call for the Government of Saskatchewan to allow municipalities to choose their own election dates in 2024 and beyond. Learn more:
Truth and Reconciliation
Recreational cannabis was legalized on October 17, 2018. Saskatchewan hometowns are on the front lines.
Solid Waste Management Strategy
Firefighter Compensation for Motor Vehicle Collisions (MVCs)
Fine Revenue Distribution
STARS Air Ambulance
Provincial Budget Hurts Hometowns
The 2017-18 provincial budget hurts Saskatchewan's hometowns. Get details and see what happened.
Urban Growth Agenda
The provincial government spent the summer consulting with stakeholders to determine what the Saskatchewan priorities for growth should be.
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.