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The Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities is the independent association that represents the interests of 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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Dec. 13, 2017
Here is a slideshow of the construction timeline of SARM's new home. It's very interesting to see it all come together in a fairly short period of time.  We broke ground in August 2016 and moved in November 2017.  View start to finish in the slideshow. SARM Office Build from SARM296    
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Dec. 12, 2017
For Immediate Release December 12, 2017  SARM Supports Free Trade in an Era of Rising Protectionism The Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities (SARM) supports free and fair-trade agreements between Canada and other trading partners. Trade agreements between countries help to ensure fair treatment of producers and businesses who export and import goods.   SARM is monitoring the ongoing North American Free-Trade Agreement (NAFTA) negotiations that are occurring between...
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Dec. 11, 2017
For those of you who were unable to attend our ribbon cutting and grand opening last week here is a quick video recap of the afternoon.  Thank you to every who was able to attend as well as everyone who helped make this new building come to life. A huge thank you to our members for their support, we invite you to visit any time for a tour. Grand Opening from Ashley Leugner on Vimeo.    
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Dec. 5, 2017
For Immediate Release December 5, 2017 SARM Reacts to Saskatchewan’s Climate Change Strategy The Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities (SARM) is pleased that our province has come up with a “made in Saskatchewan Plan” to address the critical issue of climate change.    “Who, better than those who live in this province, understand the complexities of our resource sectors, including agriculture, can create a climate change plan for Saskatchewan?” said SARM President Ray...
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