August 2, 2016 – Saskatchewan’s Chief Electoral Officer tabled the institution’s annual report on July 28 in the Saskatchewan Legislature.

The full report is available here:

“The 2015-16 Annual Report describes a year of both implementation of new processes and the beginning of an extraordinary engagement with the public leading to Saskatchewan’s 28th Provincial General Election,” says Dr. Michael Boda, Saskatchewan’s Chief Electoral Officer.

“Fiscal year 2015-16 was characterized by the need for the institution to turn its attention to engaging with voters and other electoral stakeholders in a fundamentally different manner than had previously been used in advance of general elections in Saskatchewan.”

In the months to come Elections Saskatchewan will be releasing the Chief Electoral Officer’s Report on the 28th General Election in four volumes;

  • Statement of Votes (January 2017)
  • Administrative Overview (February 2017)
  • Statement of Expenditures (March 2017), and
  • Legislative Change Recommendations (April 2017).

Elections Saskatchewan is the province’s independent, impartial, professional election management body. Given a mandate from the Saskatchewan Legislative Assembly, it organizes, manages and oversees provincial electoral events.

For more information contact:

Tim Kydd
Senior Director, Outreach & Policy
Elections Saskatchewan
[email protected]
(306) 787-7355