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NOTE: Crown Resource Land Fee Changes - This table outlines fee changes for dispositions located on Crown resource land administered by the Ministry of Environment.
The province administers more than 37 million hectares of Crown resource land, primarily in central and northern Saskatchewan, with some smaller holdings in the south. Crown resource lands are managed for the benefit of all people of Saskatchewan.
The province administers the leasing of Crown resource lands.
New remote recreational cottage disposition applications are no longer being accepted.
Leases are generally longer term dispositions that allocate lands for particular use. Permits are shorter term authorizations that grant access to the land for a specific purpose.
Some locations may not be available for disposition due to a variety of factors, including:
The ministry reviews these applications, ensuring that environmental and resource impacts are considered before issuing a decision. No development on Crown resource land is allowed to take place without authorization.
Submit a completed form to the appropriate Ministry of Environment office listed below.
Offices are located in Meadow Lake, Prince Albert and Nipawin.
Prince Albert and La Ronge Area
#319 - 800 Central Avenue
PRINCE ALBERT, SK S6V 6G1
Phone: (306) 953-3363 (Prince Albert)
Phone: (306) 953-2890 (La Ronge)
Meadow Lake Area
Unit 1 – 101 Railway Place
MEADOW LAKE, SK S9X 1X6
Phone: (306) 236-7551
201 – 1st Street E
NIPAWIN, SK S0E 1E0
Phone: (306) 862-1812
Information about purchasing Crown resource lands is also available.
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