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The Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities is the independent association that represents rural municipal government in Saskatchewan and is the principal advocate in representing them before senior governments. The Association takes direction from its members and forms its policy accordingly. SARM proudly takes on its role as the voice of rural Saskatchewan.  Incorporated in 1905, SARM celebrated its Centennial in 2005.

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Aug. 24, 2016
For Immediate Release August 24, 2016 SARM Reacts to Cabinet Shuffle   The Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities (SARM) looks forward to working with the new provincial Cabinet, announced yesterday by Premier Wall. SARM works closely with many provincial ministries, including Government Relations, Highways and Infrastructure, and Environment which were appointed new Ministers in yesterday’s shuffle. Rural municipalities (RM) balance a wide range of priorities and as the...
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Aug. 22, 2016
For Immediate Release August 22, 2016   SK Grain Roundtable   On Thursday August 18, 2016 the Federal Minister of Agriculture, Lawrence MacAulay, the Federal Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness, Ralph Goodale, the Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Transport, Kate Young, and the Saskatchewan Minister of Agriculture, Lyle Stewart, all attended a roundtable in Regina, SK that featured a number of agriculture industry representatives from Saskatchewan and...
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Aug. 15, 2016
For Immediate Release August 15, 2016 SARM Releases Got Gravel? Report The Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities (SARM) is pleased to announce the release the Got Gravel? Aggregate Management Strategies for Rural Municipalities in Saskatchewan report. In August 2015, SARM commissioned CPP Environmental to research aggregate management in Saskatchewan and make recommendations to develop long-term gravel reserves for rural municipalities (RMs). “The municipal road network...
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Aug. 3, 2016
For Immediate Release August 3, 2016 SARM Showing Support for Hudson Bay Route Association On July 25th, 2016 Omnitrax announced that it would no longer be shipping grain out of the Port of Churchill. This news carries a negative tone as the prairie crops for 2016 are anticipated to be near record levels; meaning that a reliable and efficient grain transportation system will continue to be a high priority. Omnitrax’s announcement certainly does not ensure confidence in the...
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