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Saskatchewan Housing Corporation

Saskatchewan Housing Corporation (SHC) provides a range of programs and services to help Saskatchewan people in greatest housing need. SHC also manages the financial contributions from the provincial, federal, and municipal levels of government and plays a lead role in the development of housing policies on behalf of the Government of Saskatchewan.

On April 18, 2019, SHC and Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) signed the CMHC-Saskatchewan Bilateral Agreement under the 2017 Saskatchewan National Housing Strategy. Visit the Saskatchewan Housing Strategy webpage for more information.

The Saskatchewan Co-Investment Program (SCIP) is a provincial program that complements the National Housing Co-Investment Fund as part of the National Housing Strategy. Through SCIP, SHC can provide project funding for a 10-year forgivable loan to support affordable rental housing for households with low incomes.


1. Programs, services and initiatives

Renting and Leasing
Information about the rental and lease options for our housing units.  

Home Repairs and Renovations
If you are a homeowner who would like assistance with repairing or adapting your home, or if you are a property owner who would like to adapt a home for a low-income tenant who has a disability.

Housing Development
Find out about the programs available to municipalities, developers, and sponsors to encourage the development of new and affordable housing units and new homeownership opportunities.

Homeownership Opportunities in Northern Saskatchewan
Learn more about the sale of units to housing program tenants in northern Saskatchewan.


2. Ministers and managers

Hon. Gene Makowsky
Hon. Gene Makowsky, Minister

Minister's Office

Phone 306-787-3661
Fax 306-787-0656
Mailing Address Room 303, 2405 Legislative Drive, Regina, SK, S4S 0B3
Sean Burnett, A/Assistant Deputy Minister, Housing; President & CEO Saskatchewan Housing Corporation

Deputy Minister's Office

Phone 306-787-1998
Fax 306-787-1032
Mailing Address 1920 Broad Street, Regina, SK, S4P 3V6
Sean Burnett, Executive Director, Program and Service Design

Program and Service Design (Housing)

Phone 306-787-1998
Fax 306-798-3110
Mailing Address 11th Floor, 1920 Broad Street, Regina, SK, S4P 3V6

3. Forms and publications

Saskatchewan Housing Corporation Annual Report
The Annual Report for Saskatchewan Housing Corporation outlines the public commitments we made and describes our accomplishments for the fiscal year.

Resources for Housing Providers and Tenants
Materials include: Social Housing Handbook, Bed Bug Resource, Tenant Housing Resource and more.


4. Legislation

Saskatchewan Housing Corporation administers The Saskatchewan Housing Corporation Act and The Saskatchewan Housing Corporation Regulations. You may order a printed copy of these items through the Publications Centre.

If you are unable to view the above documents on your computer, you may need to download and install the free Adobe Reader.

Other legislation that may be of interest to you:

The Residential Tenancies Act, 2006

The Residential Tenancies Regulations, 2007

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