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Public Offerings

Newsworthy items, including Erratums and changes in policy


Public Offering of Subsurface Mineral Rights:

  • S014 - February 13, 2023
    • No parcels offered
  • S011 - February 7, 2022
    • No parcels offered

Archive - Notices & Results

Subsurface Mineral Public Offering Schedule

Action Plan to protect Species at Risk in Southwest Saskatchewan

  • The Action Plan for Multiple Species at Risk in Southwestern Saskatchewan: South of the Divide (SoD) was developed to address the conservation needs of nine species at risk, as required under the federal Species at Risk Act. The SoD Action Plan outlines the steps needed to reduce known threats to help nine species in the Milk River drainage basin of southwestern Saskatchewan, an area known as the South of the Divide. The SoD Action Plan also includes management considerations for four species of Special Concern, in order to provide a more holistic approach to conservation planning in the region.

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