To update your business information, please complete our Business Information Form.
The Town of Lumsden hosts a Sign Corridor on Highway 11. If you are interested in advertising your business in the Sign Corridor, please see theSign Policy and Application
|Sign Corridor Fees||2020||2021||2022|
|Priority 1 & 2 Annual Permit Fee||25||25||25|
|Priority 1 & 2 Annual Capital and Maintenance Fee||275||275||275|
|Priority 3 Annual Permit Fee||25||25||25|
|Priority 3 Annual Capital and Maintenance Fee||575||575||575|
Business Licenses & Direct Sellers:
The Town of Lumsden does not issue Business Licenses.
Door-to-door or “direct sales” are regulated in Saskatchewan by The Direct Sellers Act, and The Direct Sellers Regulations. Enforcement of those acts is the responsibility of the Consumer Protection Division of the Financial and Consumer Affairs Authority of Saskatchewan (FCAA). The FCAA regulates products and service providers, including the protection of consumer interests, handling complaints and enforcement of various provincial statues.
Direct Sellers are required to obtain a license through the Consumer Protection Division of the FCAA, it is an offence not to obtain a license prior to engaging in Direct Sales.
While most Direct Sellers obtain proper licenses, some do not. If you encounter a Direct Seller without a license, or that may be aggressive or inappropriate in their sales approach, please file a complaint at www.fcaa.gov.sk.ca. You can also apply for a Direct Sellers license, check to see if a Direct Seller has their appropriate license, or file questions or inquiries at www.fcaa.gov.sk.ca.