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Saskatchewan investing more than $800,000 in 17 municipal projects

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Saskatchewan investing more than $800,000 in 17 municipal projects

REGINA, SASK. – The Government of Saskatchewan is investing $803,648.84 in 17 new municipal projects under its Targeted Sector Support (TSS) Initiative.

The TSS initiative provides cost-shared grants to support “inter-community collaboration on projects that promote good governance, build capacity, and foster regional co-operation,” a release said.

Fifty communities around Saskatchewan have partnered on 17 approved projects following the fall 2023 intake, the release said.

TSS projects are selected under one of several funding streams: capacity building, regional co-operation, municipal transition, and relationship building and dispute resolution. Grant funding covers up to 75 per cent of eligible project costs.

The TSS Initiative is funded through the Municipal Revenue Sharing Program and the Saskatchewan Association of Urban Municipalities (SUMA) administers the funding on behalf of the TSS Steering Committee, comprised of representatives from SUMA, the Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities, the Saskatchewan Association of Northern Communities (New North), and the Saskatchewan ministry of government relations.

“TSS Initiative fosters partnership and collaboration; it helps further the hard work, good governance practices, and strategies our Saskatchewan hometowns already employ. The projects and initiatives municipalities execute with this funding are a benefit to the entire province, and we are glad to be part of the TSS Initiative,” SUMA president Randy Goulden said in a statement.

The next intake for applications for TSS funding opens in spring 2024. Further information on the initiative is available here.


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