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The Re-Open Saskatchewan plan was released on April 23rd.

Content in English

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Renseignements en Français

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Relations gouvernementales

Government Relations - Fire Fighters and EMS Responders at an accident scene

Le Ministère est responsable des relations avec les municipalités, de la sécurité publique ainsi que des affaires des Premières Nations, des Métis et du Nord. Il est également responsable d’améliorer la qualité de vie de tous les citoyens de la Saskatchewan et de promouvoir la sécurité communautaire.

Consultez la section Environnement, santé publique et sécurité. Vous y trouverez la documentation disponible en français.

L'évaluation foncière

L'évaluation foncière est le processus qui consiste à évaluer la valeur d'une propriété immobilière à une date donnée, aux fins de l'impôt foncier. Les administrations municipales utilisent l'évaluation foncière pour déterminer la répartition de l'impôt foncier parmi les propriétaires.

Le guide Comprendre le processus d'appel des évaluations foncières, vous renseignera sur le fonctionnement du processus.

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