Rural Municipality of Moose Creek #33


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Ground Work has begun!!

News and Updates:

Today the Government of Saskatchewan proclaimed March to be Rural Women's Month in Saskatchewan.

" Thousands of rural women choose to make agriculture their career and they make great contributions to their communities and to our province", Agriculture Minister Lyle Stewart said. " By proclaiming Rural Women's Month, we join in celebrating the achievements that help to make Saskatchewan the strong province that it is."

According to the 2016 Canadian Agriculture Census, one in ...four farm operators in Saskatchewan is a women. These women are part of a growing trend across the country. In Canada, nearly 78,000 women are farm operators, accounting for 28.7 per cent of producers, up from 27.4 per cent in 2011. Rural Women's Month is a time to recognize the impact women make on agriculture and our economy as a whole.

"Increasingly, women in agriculture are shaping and driving the important conversations we are having in our rural communities," Minister Responsible for the Status of Women Tina Beadry-Mellor said. " Rural Women's Month acknowledges the significant role women play every day across our province."

The province has recognized women in the agriculture industry for many years by annually proclaiming March as Rural Women's Month. The month is observed by women's groups across Saskatchewan as they celebrate and recognize the contributions rural women make to the province.

Good Morning SARM Members

TransCanada's scholarship application are open. As a signature program of our Education & Training community investment focus area, we will be awarding more than $600,000 in scholarships to students across North America in 2018. Please help us spread the world to deserving post-secondary students!

TransCanada Community Leaders Scholarship-100 scholarship x $1,000-awarded to students who demonstrate a strong commitment to their communities through volunteerism , leadership and other activities

TransCanada Indigenous Legacy Scholarship-50 scholarships x $5,000 awarded to Indigenous students who are studying any academic disciplines. Students will be eligible to receive this scholarship year over year, assuming they remain enrolled.

TransCanada Trades Scholarship-150 scholarships x $1,000 awarded to students who are studying trades relevant to the energy industry.

Students can answer five quick questions at to see if they pre-qualify to apply. The application window will close at 11:59:59 Pm EST April 15,2018.

Please reach out to with any questions.

The Saskatchewan Safety Council has recently developed an interactive online safety training program for farmers and ranchers and its free.

Click on the following link for the program

March 2018 has once again been proclaimed as Agriculture Literacy Month in Saskatchewan.

Agriculture Literacy Month brings farmers, ranchers and other members of the agriculture industry into elementary school classrooms around the province to read stories and discuss their agricultural experiences. Materials for the classroom visits, such as books and videos, are provided by Agriculture in the Classroom-Saskatchewan (AITC)

Since 2012, Agriculture in the Classroom-Canada has ...been working collectively to declare one week in early March as Canadian Agriculture Week. Last year was the first time agriculture literacy was celebrated with events and activities for an entire month.

"During the month of March, we have more than 150 volunteers sharing their personal agriculture stories with more than 7500 students throughout the province,"-AITC-Sk Executive Director Sara Shymko said. " We are grateful that this program is so well-received. Many young people grow up in cities and larger communities and arent involved in farming, so programs like these are great way to strengthn students' understanding of agriculture and the community involved in putting food in their lunchboxes"

The Next Regular Council Meeting will be held on

  April 4,2018


Provincial Emergency Communications Centre


(This number is answered 24/7-365 days)

When reporting a Control Burn you will be asked the following questions:

What is your land location?

Who is your Fire Service Provider?

Driving directions from local Fire Department?

What are you burning?

How long will your burn last?

Name and phone number?

You will be asked to call back, once the burn has been completed, or as updates are required.



  The RM of Moose Creek No. 33 will be scheduling dust control for the 2018 season. The RM will be using By-Pro Feeds, the same product that was used last season. The applied cost for a 200m x 5m site is $750.00/yardsite. Please contact the office at 306-489-2044 before April 15 to be added to the list.

2018 Shelterbelt Tree Program Application forms are now available to ratepayers through their website. There website also provides lots of information on shelterbelt planning.

Municipal Hail $1,000.00 Scholarship

Eligibility & Availability:

* Must be enrolled in a university or technical institute in the province of Saskatchewan and be a child of a client, an employee or an agent of Municipal Hail.

* 5 scholarships will be awarded annually.

How to Apply:

Submit your most recent transcripts and proof of enrollment in a Saskatchewan university or technical institute and application form in writing to:

Saskatchewan Municipal Hail Insurance Association

2100 Cornwall Street, Regina,Sk.

S4P 2K7

Successful applicants will be notified in July

Please remember to watch out for wildlife as you are driving on highways and gravel roads.

Second Chance Thrift Store: 

For more information visit there website

118 5th street ,alameda, sk.