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  Cannabis Guide for Municipalities
This guide was prepared to outline the legislative powers that municipalities have available to them for regulating cannabis in their communities. Guide is for information only; municipalities should seek legal advice when drafting bylaws and when determining their responsibility in enforcement processes.
  Current and Proposed Safety Legislation Amendments
The province is proposing to strengthen its public safety enforcement measures in 2017 and is consulting with the public, industry and associations to receive feedback on proposed amendments to its public safety legislation.
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  Guide to Implementing Whistleblowing in Saskatchewan Municipalities
A Guide to understanding existing and additional measures to protect municipal employees in whistleblowing situations. This is not a legal reference; contact your solicitor to obtain legal advice in this area.
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  Local Improvements Survey
This 2015 survey distributed by the Policy and Program Services Branch helped to create a better understanding of how The Local Improvements Act, 1993, can better help communities meet their future infrastructure needs.
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  Municipal Government Sustainability Self-Assessment Tool (Excel)
Municipal government sustainability self-assessment tool in Excel format.
  Municipal Government Sustainability Self-Assessment Tool (Guide)
Municipal government sustainability self-assessment tool guide.
  Municipal Government Sustainability Self-Assessment Tool Service Delivery Resources
Municipal government sustainability self-assessment tool for service delivery.
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  Saskatchewan Flood and Natural Hazard Risk Assessment
This report undertakes the Province of Saskatchewan's first province-wide hazard identification risk assessment (HIRA) for selected natural hazards.
  Stakeholders Insights Report - Saskatchewan Flood and Natural Hazard Risk Assessment
This report provides a high-level overview of the major natural hazard impacts and mitigation priorities, as identified by stakeholders who attended workshops in 2017. These insights were used to develop the Saskatchewan Flood and Natural Hazard Risk Assessment Report.
  Sustainability Self-Assessment Tool - Quick Reference Guide
Municipal government sustainability self-assessment tool quick reference guide.
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