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The Re-Open Saskatchewan plan was released on April 23rd.
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Find how the Government of Saskatchewan governs and serves the province.
Find a government service and access your Saskatchewan Account.
The Saskatchewan Housing Benefit is a monthly benefit that helps eligible Saskatchewan renters with their shelter costs (rent and utilities). The Saskatchewan Housing Benefit is co-funded by the Government of Canada and the Government of Saskatchewan under the National Housing Strategy.
The SHC Life Lease Program provides moderate-income senior individuals and couples with affordable housing in exchange for a deposit and a monthly occupancy fee.
The Social Housing Program provides safe and adequate housing to families, seniors and people with disabilities who have low incomes.
The Seniors Housing Program provides rental housing to seniors in small communities.
The Affordable Housing Program offers rental housing to individuals and families in select rural and northern communities.
The Personal Care Home Benefit (PCHB) provides seniors with monthly financial assistance to help them with the cost of living in a licensed personal care home.
Learn what a landlord can enforce in a tenancy agreement regarding cleaning and how this may affect a security deposit. You will also find information on how to submit a claim to the Office of Residential Tenancies if there is a disagreement surrounding cleaning and the security deposit.
Find information on what is required of the landlord and tenant leading up to and following giving notice to end a tenancy.
Learn more about how to give notice before entering occupied rental properties including a link to the Notice of Entry form.
Learn more about the rights and responsibilities of landlords and tenants in Saskatchewan from the Office of Residential Tenancies. Access the forms and legislation relevant to residential renting and leasing.
Learn about the rights and responsibilities of landlords and tenants if there is an infestation of bed bugs or other pests in a rental property.
Information on the responsibilities of landlords and tenants when property is left behind after a tenant vacates.
Find information on rent increases in different situations as well as any fees that may be charged to a tenant.
Tenants and landlords will find all forms that are approved for use under The Residential Tenancies Act, 2006.
Learn what your rights and responsibilities are as a landlord or tenant when requesting repairs to a rental property.
Learn about your rights and responsibilities regarding security deposits as a landlord or tenant.
Information about settling disputes, making claims, limitation periods, serving parties, gathering evidence, preparing for a hearing and enforcing an order.
Find general information on the requirements for tenancy agreements, and learn about term agreements, late fees, joint tenancies, co-tenancies and rent-to-own agreements.
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