Effective Friday, September 17, a province-wide mandatory masking order will be implemented for all indoor public spaces.
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The Ministry of Government Relations heard your feedback on the municipal public accounts project.
In 2020, amendments to the The Municipalities Act and The Northern Municipalities Act, 2010 added regulatory authority to establish public accounts for all municipalities. This section of the legislation has not yet been proclaimed. When the legislative amendments come into force, all municipalities will be required to prepare public accounts annually and make them available to the public. Regulations will set out the specific requirements and the thresholds of each requirement for which details need to be reported.
The feedback and input provided will help the ministry to shape its proposed requirements for the public accounts.
A summary of results with key themes will be shared online later this year. For more information, please email Regs@gov.sk.ca.
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