SARM CONVENTION GUIDE
The SARM Spring Convention features an average of 2,000 delegates and guests from across the province. This convention is held March of each year with the location alternating between Regina and Saskatoon. It provides SARM members the opportunity to gather as a whole to vote on and debate resolutions, discuss current issues, participate in dialogue sessions with Ministers and the Provincial Cabinet, and take in other presenters as well as attend educational workshops and breakout sessions. The Convention Guide is distributed to all delegates, trade show participants and other attendees.
HILL | LEVINE REVIEW
We worked with the Hill and Levene Schools of Business at the University of Regina to revamp their annual publication with a new name, the Hill | Levene Review, and fresh look. Each issue now focusses on a specific theme which highlights the impact the business schools are having in a particular area in the community, province and beyond. The publication is an opportunity to share the successes of the students, to profile the outstanding research that is taking place in the business school and to introduce you to some of their distinguished alumni.
The Rural Councillor is the official publication of SARM and the Rural Municipal Administrator’s Association of Saskatchewan (RMAA). It is published quarterly and distributed to all reeves, councillors, administrators, MLAs, government departments, and subscribers. The magazine gives an in-depth look at the issues the association is working on, and those facing rural Saskatchewan. Regular contributors include SARM Board and staff, the RMAA, Provincial Ministers, Saskatchewan Crime Stoppers, the Agriculture Health and Safety Network, and more.
The Saskatchewan Trade & Export Partnership (STEP) introduced Global Ventures magazine in 2009 with the intent of carrying a message on behalf of and to the business community. The publication is an appropriate medium to relay timely messaging to the local business community and the network of international contacts that STEP has developed. Articles featured identify STEP members who are making a strong economic impact to the province while the publication offers provincial business leaders, stakeholders, provincial and international media as well as international contacts with timely information pertaining to Saskatchewan exports. To date, over 300 STEP members have chosen to be profiled/ referenced in the publication with many reporting a significant increase in their profile and strong recognition of their business activities and capabilities.
SASKATCHEWAN FARMERS’ VOICE
Saskatchewan Farmers’ Voice is published twice a year in June and October by the Agricultural Producers Association of Saskatchewan (APAS). The aim of the publication is to provide information about APAS activities, examine important agricultural issues, feature sections on agronomy and business, and provide information on member benefits available to APAS member ratepayers. Saskatchewan’ Farmers’ Voice has a circulation of 35,000 and is distributed to every farm household in Saskatchewan through Canada Post. The magazine is also distributed to the top decision makers in the province including MPs, MLAs, government ministries and agricultural stakeholders.
Each year we are responsible for publishing SARM’s annual calendar projects including desk, wall and pocket versions to ensure year-round exposure to RM leaders managing the province’s municipalities. The desk and wall calendars are distributed to RM offices and pocket calendars are delivered to all councillors and reeves.