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2015 February

Ministry of Government Relations tradeshow booths at the SARM Convention; Meet with PDAP at SARM; Emergency Public Alerting Program being tested; Municipal Infrastructure Conference April 21-23, 2015


1. Ministry of Government Relations tradeshow booths at the SARM Convention

Do you have a question about planning, municipal legislation, infrastructure funding programs or Treaty Land Entitlement? If so, be sure to stop by booth 51, where experts from the Ministry of Government Relations’ municipal affairs area will be on hand to answer your questions. 

Staff from Emergency Management and Fire Safety, Building Standards and Licensing (booths 36-39 and 48-49) will also be on site to answer your questions.

Look for the Ministry of Government Relations’ tradeshow booths in Hall D and E at the Prairieland Park Exhibition Centre. The SARM Convention tradeshow begins the evening of March 9 and runs until March 11.  


2. Meet with PDAP at SARM

Staff from the Provincial Disaster Assistance Program (PDAP) will be available to answer your questions at the 2015 SARM convention. Drop by booth 50 at the tradeshow, or book an appointment to meet one-on-one during the convention. To set up a meeting ahead of time, please contact email Stacey Ostepchuk, or call her toll-free at 1-866-632-4033. 


3. Emergency Public Alerting Program being tested

Saskatchewan has started testing SaskAlert – Saskatchewan’s Emergency Public Alerting Program – in the western third of the province. SaskAlert will be used to alert members of the public that an emergency event is occurring and/or developing.

SaskAlert is part of a Canada-wide public alerting initiative supported by federal, provincial and territorial governments. SaskAlert will provide information that will enable residents and those travelling through the province to take actions to protect themselves in the event of a developing or occurring emergency.

More information about SaskAlert.


4. Municipal Infrastructure Conference April 21-23, 2015

The Town of Nipawin is proud to host the third annual Municipal Infrastructure Conference, which will provide multiple learning opportunities via an interactive plenary and concurrent session format. The early bird registration deadline is March 13, 2015.  Those who register prior to this date will be entered into a draw for an iPad. 

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