The Rural Councillor is the official publication of SARM and the Rural Municipal Administrator’s Association of Saskatchewan (RMAA). It is published quarterly and distributed to all reeves, councillors, administrators, MLAs, government departments, and subscribers.
The magazine gives an in-depth look at the issues the Association is working on, and those facing rural Saskatchewan. Regular contributors include SARM Board and staff, the RMAA, Provincial Ministers, Saskatchewan Crime Stoppers, the Agriculture Health and Safety Network, and more!
The Rural Councillor is an informative magazine if you live in, work for, or love rural Saskatchewan. Join our growing list of RC subscribers. Digital subscriptions are free!
Advertise With Us
SARM produces three publications that reach the top decision-makers of rural Saskatchewan, those who direct annual expenditures of nearly $200 million in municipal goods and services for all 296 RMs. Our publications are a useful tool for reaching municipalities with your products and services throughout the year. The publications include:
- Rural Councillor (quarterly magazine);
- WINS Report 2017; and the
- 2018 Annual Spring Convention Guide
This media kit is designed to provide an overview of these pubilcations to showcase how they provide advertisers with an excellent opportunity to market their products and services to this invaluable target group.
To place an ad in any pubilcation, please contact Warren Nerby at email@example.com or call 306.790.1045.
History of the RC
In January of 1966, SARM hired its first editor of the Rural Councillor the brand new publication for Saskatchewan rural readers. Volume One, Number One was published in March 1966, in much the same format as it is today.
Though the Rural Councillor was never intended to make a profit for the association, it was hoped that advertising revenue would cover the printing and mailing costs, as it still does today. Almost all contributions are voluntary, from administrators, to government agencies, to rural business leaders, even independent writers.
Throughout the years, the magazine's quality has drastically increased, and today, the 30-page magazine is printed in full-colour. The magazine performs the service of information distribution for the associations of SARM and RMAA and follows the vision of being a tool that municipal leaders can use for information to help them serve their municipalities.