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About Midterm

Midterm convention is our two day, no-frills working convention. The midterm focuses on providing a variety of workshops and educational plenaries.  Midterm draws an average of 1,000 delegates and visitors from throughout the province. Midterm location also alternates between Regina and Saskatoon.

2021 Midterm Convention Updates


Registration for the 2021 SARM Midterm Convention will be facilitated through an online form similar to annual convention. Please complete the registration form linked below by October 31st. Make sure to indicate which of your council members are voting delegates. Each RM is allowed two (2) voting delegates. Voting delegates must be an Elected Official of a member municipality who have been appointed by the council of the member municipality to have voting privileges at a convention.

Note: In order to register for midterm convention through the online form, please create a new set of login credentials. To make any registration revisions after your initial submission, please log in using your new set of login credentials.

In order to reduce touch points and speed up the onsite convention registration process, we will be implementing new procedures for the 2021 Midterm Convention.

  • All RMs must register prior to convention using the form link provided below. When registering please be sure to indicate the voting council members.
  • Name badges for your entire council and administrator, whether they've registered to attend or not, will be mailed to the RM office in September. Everyone registered to attend the convention must bring their name badge with them. It will act as your "ticket" and will be scanned as you arrive onsite.

Once your name badge has been scanned you will be given a SARM lanyard. Your name badge and lanyard must be worn at all times during convention.

Onsite Safety

Currently, the City of Regina requires proof of vaccination (2 doses, at least 2 weeks prior to convention) to enter city facilities (including Evraz Place) and requires masks to be worn while onsite. We are uncertain how long these mandates will last for, so please be prepared to follow these mandates if you plan to attend the midterm convention. Further details on proof of vaccination requirements will be provided shortly.

When you arrive at convention you will notice a few changes. These changes have been made to protect SARM members, guests and staff. Below is an outline of a few of the changes you can expect.

When you arrive at convention you will notice a few changes. These changes have been made to protect SARM members, guests and staff. Below is an outline of a few of the changes you can expect.

  • Registration
    • Members must register prior to convention using the form in this email
    • Name badges for council and administers will be sent to RM offices in September; everyone registered to attend must bring their name badge which will act as their “ticket” and be scanned when they arrive
    • Name badges in lanyards must be worn at all times while members are onsite; this will be monitored and enforced
  • Main Convention Hall
    • Members are encouraged to remain in the same group and at the same table throughout convention
    • Shared spaces will be sanitized regularly

SARM is committed to providing a welcoming, inclusive and harassment-free environment for all attending the Convention. Any participants found harassing others may have their registration revoked and be asked to leave the convention at the discretion of the Executive Director.


Please find a draft agenda below but note the agenda is subject to change. 


If you are interested in becoming a 2021 SARM Midterm Convention sponsor, email convention@sarm.ca to receive a package. We are always looking for new and exciting partners.

Future Midterm Convention Dates

2021 November 9-10 Regina Evraz Place
2022 November 16-17 Saskatoon TCU Place
2023 November 8-9 Regina Evraz Place
2024 November 20-21 Saskatoon TCU Place
2025 November 5-6 Regina Evraz Place

Workshop Materials 

To view midterm convention workshop materials and handouts, please visit past presentations.

Convention Accommodations

Room blocks are arranged, a year in advance, in the host city for those attending.  Please visit our Hotel Program Listing for participating hotels.

SARM Hotel Program


Amy Roettger, Manager of Events
convention@sarm.ca or 306.761.3730