Join for a webinar on how producers can foster mental health. This webinar will address:

  • The current state and history of mental health in agriculture;
  • Factors that influence mental health;
  • How to notice signs and symptoms in yourself and others; and
  • Strategies and resources to support positive change in yourself and others.

Choose a webinar that fits your schedule:

To register, click the link above for the webinar of your choice or contact 306-867-5575.

Accepting applications for the position of Mower Operator with the following terms of employment:

  • Seasonal, Full-time
  • April 19 - November 30
  • Wage: $22.44/hr

Interested applicants should apply with a resume and driver's abstract to: R.M. of Pense No. 160, Box 190, Pense, SK, S0G 3W0 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by 12:00 p.m. on April 15, 2021.

For more information, contact Ken Lovell, Public Works Manager at 306-345-2424.


SaskPower will be looking for volunteers who may be interested in early access to their residential smart meter program. Meters will be installed starting May, 2021. Both the meter and installation come at no charge and only customers who voluteer will get one at this stage. For more information or to sign up as a volunteer, please visit


Vaccines are one of the best ways to stop the spread of infectious diseases like COVID-19. They help us protect ourselves, our families and others around us. The COVID-19 vaccine can help us make our communities safer, start to resume our normal lives and end the the pandemic. Please click here to view the vaccine information sheet published by the Government of Saskatchewan.

The Saskatchewan Watershed Groups are hosting a "Wetlands and Wildlife" poster contest. Enter for a chance to win a $500 Grand Prize in both divisions (Division 1: Grade 3/4, Division 2: Grade 5/6)! Local prizes will also be awarded in each division (1st: $50, 2nd: $25).

Deadline for entries is May 28, 2021. Please visit for more information. 

Are you a farmer or rancher with marginal or ecologically sensative land? The ALUS-WUQWATR Program is seeking new participants in their watershed. The ALUS program can help you establish wetlands, native prairie, pollinator habitat, and other environmental stewardship projects on your land. Even better, ALUS pays you annually to keep these projects in prime working order. Your ALUS projects can help produce cleaner air, cleaner water, and more biodiversity, benifitting both your farm and your community. Across Canada, more than 750 producers have laready enrolled over 23,000 acres in the ALUS program. For more information, contact 306-552-3560 or 

For more information on other WUQWATR programs and partnerships, please visit their website at


Road Closed 2020The R.M. is temporarily closing the dirt portion of Range Road 2222 for two miles north of Twp Rd 184 (10-Mile Road) until further notice.

Office hours will be by appointment only during the hours of:

9:00 a.m. to noon and 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday to Thursday.

Please call the office at 306-345-2303 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..