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Municipal leaders may face diverse challenges and sometimes need extra support. The Saskatchewan Municipal Peer Network is available to assist. Elected municipal officials and administrators can connect with highly experienced peer mentors who have proven successful in resolving inter-municipal challenges and disputes. 


As veteran municipal administrators and elected officials, mentors provide one-on-one guidance, share information, and options to help resolve issues at a local level. Coaching and advice are provided on:

  • Interpersonal conflict        

  • Governance practices        

  • Service provisions              

  • Public issues                       

  • Roles and responsibilities

Any conversation between a mentor and peer is confidential, and there is no cost to the service.

Saskatchewan's Municipal Peer Network is a partnership between the Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities (SARM), Saskatchewan Urban Municipalities Association (SUMA), Rural Municipalities Association of Administrators (RMAA), Urban Municipal Administrators Association of Saskatchewan (UMAAS), and the Government of Saskatchewan.

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