Sask. Party government unveils throne speech
On the housing front, Wall said he plans to change legislation so that property owners who don't join the Saskatchewan Rental Housing Industry Association (SRHIA) will have to give notice of one year before making a rent hike. The current notice period is six months.
Landlords' Association to assist tenants facing significant rent ...
Prairie Post (blog) - 6 Oct 2011
The TAP, which will be run by experienced SRHIA landlords and property managers ... If requested by the tenant, the TAP will draw on the SRHIA membership to ...
Tenants getting help
By Jeremy Warren, The StarPhoenix October 11, 2011
Saskatchewan's landlord association is offering tenants who are faced with large rent increases a way to find more affordable accommodations.
The Saskatchewan Rental Housing Industry Association has started the Tenant Assistance Process, which aims to work with tenants and landlords to find common ground on rent increases or help tenants find new accommodations with the association's landlord and property manager members.