Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities

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The Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities, often abbreviated as SARM, is an independent association that is responsible for representing the governments of the many rural municipalities in Saskatchewan. It is an official Government of Saskatchewan sanctioned corporation.[1] There are 296 rural municipalities that are represented by SARM in such areas as dealing with the provincial and federal [2] governments. The members are arranged in divisions in order to elect SARM Directors.

Board of Directors of Divisions[edit]

SARM is governed by a board of directors. There are eight people on the board of directors: the president, the vice-president, and one director from each SARM division. All board members must be elected rural municipal officials from their local municipality. The President of the Rural Municipal Administrators Association (RMAA) also sits on the board as an Ex-Officio member.The board of directors currently includes:

See also[edit]


  1. ^ An Act respecting the Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities
  2. ^ A letter from former Prime Minister Jean Chrétien to SARM