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The Saskatchewan Municipal Board has several committees that hear and decide appeals concerning decisions made by municipalities. The committee you appeal to depends on the type of decision made by the municipality.
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Learn more about how the Government of Saskatchewan is working to helping people in the northern part of the province to realize their goals and to improve their standard of living.
Follow these steps to apply for assistance after a natural disaster caused by events such as severe weather or flooding.
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