2% Liquid Strychnine No Longer Available

Control of Richardson's Ground Squirrel - Strychnine

Quote from Saskathcewan Govermnet Site.
The Pest Management Regulatory Agency of Health Canada issued a decision to de-register Strychnine for Richardson’s ground squirrel control March 4, 2021. Sale was permitted until March 4, 2022 and use can continue until March, 2023. Use after this time is not permitted. Strychnine is a highly toxic compound. There is no antidote.
At this time the RM Council is not offering any alternatives.
For more information please viist Saskatchewan.ca - Control of RGS

Saskatchewan Introduces Enhanced Measures To Control Feral Pigs 

Wild Boar

Emergency Prepardnes Safety Alert

The Village of Neilburg and the RM of Hillsdale No. 440 are working together to create an Emergency Prepardness Safety Listing. Anyone who owns property, rents or leases, or has a business within our limits will be added to our list. You will be recieving a letter in the mail to fill out and return. If you do not receive one or need more copies, please find it below.
Thank you for your co-operation!
Emergency Prepardness Listing Letter & Form 

Vaccination Clinics are available!

Lloydminster and Area, Cut Knife, Unity and Battleford and Area.
Check for your age group!
Book online saskatchewan.ca/COVID19-vaccine
or Call 1-833-saskvax (727-5829) 

 Accelerated Site Closure Program

Information taken from The Weekly Policy Bulletin (SARM Communications 1-16-2021)

  • Under the Accelerated Site Closure Program (ASCP), the Government of Saskatchewan is now providing landowners with oil and gas sites on their land an opportunity to nominate those sites for consideration for abandonment and/or reclamation work.
  • Oil and gas licensees will be able to review nomination information provided by landowners for consideration of inclusion in their plans related to the ASCP. Nomination of a site does not guarantee that it will be abandoned and/or reclaimed under the program.
  • ASCP program funds cannot be used by licensees to abandon and/or reclaim sites where the licensee is in arrears to the landowner on surface lease payments, unless there is express consent from the landowner to do so.
  • The landowner nomination process is meant to facilitate information sharing between licensees and landowners to identify abandonment and reclamation opportunities of mutual interest.

More information, including how to nominate sites on your land,
can be found on the Accelerated Site Closure Program.


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