App allows hunters to request permission from landowners

Western Heritage, based out of Saskatoon, has been selected as the winner of the Rural Property Access Innovation Challenge.

The Innovation Challenge, led by the Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities (SARM), with support from Innovation Saskatchewan, was announced in March by Premier Scott Moe.

The challenge was launched to address changes to The Trespass to Property Act; specifically, looking to find a solution that would allow hunters, snowmobilers, and other land users to more easily ask property owners for permission before entering their land. Continue reading “App allows hunters to request permission from landowners”

Revenue-sharing to rise despite tight budget, says Premier

Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe speaks at the 114th SARM convention in Saskatoon March 13

Municipalities across the province will receive $10 million more in revenue-sharing funding this year despite a looming austerity budget, according to Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe. Continue reading “Revenue-sharing to rise despite tight budget, says Premier”