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Renseignements en Français

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Crown Resource Land Survey

Thank you for your input on the administration of Saskatchewan Crown Resource Land.

The Government of Saskatchewan requested public feedback on regulations and policies as part of its review of The Crown Resource Land Regulations, 2017 and The Wild Rice Regulations, 2005.

Information collected on the Ministry of Environment's land administration regulations and policies will provide insights for effective and efficient administration of public Crown resource lands. Following assessment of the survey results, further engagement may occur if amendments are considered for these regulations or land administration policies.

Please visit the links below to Publications Saskatchewan if you would like to review the Act or Regulations.

Results of public engagement

The Government of Saskatchewan asked for input on the ministry's current administration of public Crown resource lands. More than 520 individuals completed the survey.

The Provincial Lands Act, 2016
The Crown Resource Land Regulations, 2017
The Wild Rice Regulations, 2005

Results of Public Engagement.

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