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Learn more about the history of farmland ownership, current and past market values, current rules for ownership and other considerations surrounding farmland ownership in Saskatchewan.
The Government of Saskatchewan is reviewing farmland ownership rules under The Saskatchewan Farm Security Act and wants to hear from farmers, landowners, producers, investors and other interested parties.
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