The Municipal Capacity Development Program is dedicated to helping Saskatchewan municipalities build their capacity through inter-municipal cooperation. Contact us today for a free introductory presentation. Our Project Facilitators will assist with your application for MCDP services and provide you with a project charter tailored to your specific needs. We work with groups of 2 or more municipalities.

  

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Thanks to everyone who attended the 2013 MCDP Inter-municipal Conference!

The Municipal Capacity Development Program along with our partners, SARM, SUMA, and the Ministry of Government Relations presented the 2nd annual Inter-Municipal Conference on December 2nd & 3rd, 2013 in Regina.  The conference brought together rural and urban municipalities to discuss regional opportunities related to Recycling & Solid Waste, Alternative Enforcement Models, and Emergency Planning.  In addition to providing presentations on these topics, MCDP staff and partners provided workshop sessions to educate on the processes of inter-municipal cooperation. 

View the presentations and workshops from the 2013 Inter-municipal Conference in the Municipal Resources section!


MCDP is hard at work in small communities and RMs across the province! Check back for updates on public workshops or Contact Us if you would like one of our workshops in your region


Program Updates 

MCDP Letter to Municipalities

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“The Wakaw Lake Stewardship Group has been helped immensely by MCDP.  We are grateful for the services offered through the program, with the knowledge of the MCDP development officers, and the resources which are available to the Wakaw Lake Stewardship Group.  Through the services offered by MCDP, smaller municipalities, (where often, there are no development officers,) are given advice and assistance to those municipalities who are interested in working together towards a common goal.   It has given us an opportunity to experience inter-municipal co-operation, and in the future, hopefully experience growth and economic development.  We are especially thankful to Shelley Kilbride, Program Manager and Dana Schmalz, Development Officer for their professionalism and assistance in helping the group.  With their help, we have come a long way - much farther than if we had been on our own.”

- Catherine Mazurkewich, Chairperson, Wakaw Lake Stewardship Group