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Tender Process



Please be advised that the following tender related items will be posted on SaskTenders website as is required by Saskatchewan Procurement regulations: Invitation to Tender (ITT), Request for Proposal (RFP), Request for Quotation (RFQ), Request for Bid (RFB), Expression of Interest (EOI), Request for Pre-Qualification (RFPQ), Advanced Contract Award Notice (ACA), Request for Qualifications (RFQ3), Notice of Proposed Procurement (NPP)

It is therefore the primary responsibility of the business owner or organization to search for tenders in the Town of Birch Hills and surrounding area.

However, we try our best to accommodate local business owners by posting tenders on our public bulletins, our website, and in our minutes in addition to the SaskTenders website. At the discretion of Council, we may also send out an Invitation to Tender (ITT) to local businesses (must have valid business license). Please contact the Town Office if you are unsure of whether or not your license has been renewed.

Refugee Need

As the conflict in the Ukraine has accelerated and intensified and as millions of refugees pour over the borders into the West of Europe there is an urgent need for placement of these refugees that as a community we could address.

Our prime minister has indicated that Canada will adopt an open border for refugees from the conflict, this has resulted in an opportunity for Birch Hills and Saskatchewan to step up and open our community to another community in need.

Our doors have always been open to new Canadians and this is a need that will particularly tug on the heartstrings of a large part of our Saskatchewan population.

The Saskatchewan government has indicated that Saskatchewan will open it’s doors to an unlimited number of refugees and work with communities to assist in the relocation and settlement of families.

What can we as a community do to address this need?  Can we find the will and resources to assist families in need?  How do we find housing and accommodation for families who will come without adult male members?  If it were to happen, how can we support and integrate these families within our town?

The real challenge in my opinion is “Can we forget our differences and embrace the need as a community?”


Your Mayor

Stewart Adams