One of Scott Moe’s first acts as premier was to call byelections to fill the vacant seats in the legislature.
The Kindersley, Melfort and Swift Current seats are all currently empty.
All three byelections will be held on March 1.
Bill Boyd retired from his Kindersley seat last year on Sept. 1.
The Melfort seat was left vacant following the sudden death of Kevin Phillips in November.
The Swift Current seat recently opened up on Wednesday when former premier Brad Wall officially retired from politics.
“I want to ensure every resident of Saskatchewan is represented when the legislature begins sitting again in March,” Moe said in a news release Friday.
“Voters in Melfort, Kindersley and Swift Current will decide who is best to represent their constituency and who is best to stand up for Saskatchewan in dealing with the federal government on issues like the carbon tax.”