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Find a government service and access your Saskatchewan.ca Account.
This course provides an overview of access and privacy laws that apply to local authorities in Saskatchewan.
A program of correspondence studies leading to the Certificate in Local Government Authority. - University of Regina.
A training program for Municipal Administrators, Foreman and Members of Council - Southeast College.
Provides learning opportunities for local government officials interested in advancing their careers within the municipal civil service.
Saskatchewan Rural Municipal Administrator Requirements.
A series of workshops targeting specific issues of importance to northern, rural and urban municipalities.
It is a statutory requirement for administrators in a community with population of 100 and over to become a member of the Urban Municipal Administrators Association of Saskatchewan (UMAAS).
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