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The Re-Open Saskatchewan plan was released on April 23rd.
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Submit an application to lease crown resource lands, which may be used under a lease, permit, easement or licence that allow the legal use of the land.
Learn about the eligibility requirements and how to purchase Crown resource lands.
The Ministry of Environment occasionally receives requests to purchase Crown resource land. Proposals are reviewed to ensure environmental and resource impacts are considered before any land sales occur. There are currently no sales and development proposals under review.
This land management strategy balances economic growth with responsible land management and the preservation of the environment.
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