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Administrator Training Webinars

The Government of Saskatchewan offers free webinars on topics that may help administrators and members of council committees, boards and other bodies to better understand their roles and responsibilities under legislation.

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1. About our Training Webinars

These webinars are intended as training material for elected municipal leaders and other municipal officials. However, registration is open to everyone.

To access a recording, you will be redirected to GoToWebinar where you will be required to provide your name and email address.

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2. Pre-Recorded Webinars

Mail-in Ballot Bylaw Topics covered include the process for implementing the mail-in ballot option for municipal elections, such as:
- Application process
- Providing ballots to voters
- Ballot process for voters
- Receiving ballots from voters
- Objections by candidates/agents
- Counting of ballots

Download Mail-in Ballot webinar notes and the Mail-in Ballot sample bylaw and FAQs.

View Mail-in Ballot Webinar

Municipal Tax Enforcement (Part 1) Topics covered in Part 1 includes the commencement of the tax enforcement process, including:
- List of lands with arrears
- Tax enforcement list
- Registration of tax lien
- Request to shorten the first 6-month waiting period

Download Part 1 Webinar notes.

View Municipal Tax Enforcement (Part 1 of 3)

Municipal Tax Enforcement (Part 2) Topics covered in Part 2 describe the continuation of the tax enforcement process, including:
- Withdrawal of tax lien
- Expedited process vs. regular process
- Completion of forms
- Service of notices

Download Part 2 Webinar notes.

View Municipal Tax Enforcement (Part 2 of 3)

Municipal Tax Enforcement (Part 3) Topics covered in Part 3 describe the completion of the tax enforcement process, including:
- Registration of Provincial Mediation Board consent
- Final notice
- Application for title
- Disposal of property

Download Part 3 Webinar notes.

View Municipal Tax Enforcement (Part 3 of 3)

Education Property Tax Annual Return Topics covered:
- What parts of the form have changed
- How to file an annual return in SETS
- Where to go for help if you are stuck
View EPT Annual Return
A Guide to the Municipal Revenue Sharing (MRS) Grant Declaration of Eligibility Topics covered include:
- MRS eligibility requirements
- Public disclosure statements
- MRS declaration resolution
- MRS audit requirements
- Next steps if there are outstanding eligibility requirements
- Online resources
Download webinar handout.

View A Guide to the Municipal Revenue Sharing Grant Declaration of Eligibility
Learn How to Calculate the Effective Tax Rate Topics covered:
- Review of effective tax rate (ETF) limit of 7:1 for 2023 property taxation year
- Calculating ETF limit
View Learn How to Calculate the Effective Tax Rate

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