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Municipal Revenue Sharing Figures

How to view the revenue sharing figures for a particular community

  1. Select the type of community in the listing below.
  2. Select the specific community name in the listing that appears next.

Note that amounts for individual municipalities may change slightly from those depicted with finalization. Payments are subject to approval of program regulations, as applicable, and the 2022-23 budget.

In calculating the 2022-23 Municipal Revenue Sharing grants, the published 2021 Census population figures were used. If you believe there was an error in regards to your municipality's 2021 Census, please visit the Statistics Canada website to request a formal review. The results of any formal reviews will be used for future years' Municipal Revenue Sharing calculations (2023-24 and on).

Government Relations consults with the Saskatchewan Association of Northern Communities (New North) and with the Northern Municipal Trust Account Management Board before deciding how the northern pool of the Municipal Revenue Sharing program will be distributed. Following this consultation, the ministry will calculate the Northern Revenue Sharing grants and inform northern municipalities. The online information will be updated at that time.

Note that the Municipal Revenue Sharing funding figures for Saskatchewan are the budget amounts.

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