Municipal Governance 101 is a series of free virtual sessions designed for potential municipal election candidates and those that want to learn more or refresh their knowledge of municipal governance.
Municipal elections are scheduled for November 9. Have you thought about running for municipal council?
Municipalities of Saskatchewan, the association that represents Saskatchewan’s hometowns, including Town of Carlyle, is offering free virtual sessions to residents interested in learning more about being on municipal council.
On September 1 at 6:30 p.m., join residents from other Saskatchewan towns, villages, and cities for Municipal Governance 101: Introduction to Local Government.
· How democracy works
· The roles and responsibilities of council
· Navigating conflicts of interest
· And more
On September 9, 2020, attend an exclusive town hall session where you can ask your municipal governance questions.
Visitwww.munisask.ca/events to learn more about Municipal Governance 101 and to register for these events. Have questions? Contact Katee Galandy, Events Coordinator with Municipalities of Saskatchewan, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 306-525-4398.
Missed the live events - you can find the recordings on their YouTube Channel: