Congratulations on becoming a Canadian citizen!

There are many perks to being Canadian. We enjoy peace, beautiful natural scenery, and some of the most welcoming citizens on the planet.

Read a welcome letter here from Elections Saskatchewan and Elections Canada.

There are also some responsibilities that come with being Canadian. Once such responsibility is the right and privilege to vote. You can click here to register to vote, or to update your voter information.

We encourage everyone of legal voting age (18 years of age) to vote in elections at all three levels of government in Canada:

Municipal (city/town)Provincial (Saskatchewan)Federal (Canada)
Examples of government services
  • property tax
  • garbage collection
  • water and sewer
  • libraries
  • public transit (buses)
  • recreation facilities
  • health care
  • education
  • highways
  • driver licensing
  • social assistance
  • national defence
  • income tax
  • airports
  • passports
  • currency (CDN dollar)
  • postal service (Canada Post)
  • employment insurance (EI)
Who manages this election?individual cities, towns or rural municipalitiesElections SaskatchewanElections Canada
When is next election?202020202023
Who to contact for more information?contact your city clerk's office or town administrator1-877-958-86831-800-463-6868
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How to register to vote?contact your city clerk's office or town administratorclick hereclick here

Work an election

Did you know that you can work on election day and get paid? During Saskatchewan elections, there are more than 12,000 citizens working various jobs at polls across our province.

There are many positions available for new Canadians over the age of 18. Express your interest in working the 2020 provincial election by signing up here on our “Take Part. Get Paid” page.

Find a citizenship ceremony near you. Click here for details.