Who could vote for the Separate School Board (from the Saskatchewan School Boards package document):
You can register to vote for the SEPARATE School Board if on Election Day, you:
1. Are a Canadian citizen;
2. Are at least 18 years of age;
3. Have resided in the school division for at least three consecutive months immediately
preceding the day of the election;
4. Have resided in Saskatchewan for at least six consecutive months immediately preceding the
day of the election;
5. Are of the faith of the minority that established the separate school division; i.e., if the separate
school division was established for people of the Roman Catholic faith, then you must be of the
Roman Catholic faith. However, if the Pope in Rome is recognized as the leader of your church,
for example, Ukrainian Catholic, you are considered a member of the minority Catholic faith
thereby becoming an “elector” for the Roman Catholic separate school board.
6. If the school division was established for people of the Protestant faith, then you must be of
the Protestant faith if you wish to register to vote for the Protestant separate school board.
Local Government Election Act, 2015 – 36