Rite Way Mfg. Co. Ltd.

Website: www.ritewaymfg.com

Phone: 306-337-4440

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Address:
P.O. Box 26097
1891 Albert Street North
Regina, Saskatchewan
S4R 8R7

Fax: 306-337-4441

Contact Person: Heather Forbes, President and CEO

Description:

Rite Way Mfg. Co. Ltd. is the name to remember if you're looking for high quality and affordable farm equipment. Rite Way implements prepare the ideal seedbed so you can harvest the rewards. When you purchase a Rite Way product, you're purchasing the company's commitment to simplicity of design, attention to detail, high-quality construction and efficiency. Rite Way stands firmly behind its products and when you purchase a Rite Way product, you're also purchasing a relationship that will last as long as you own the equipment.

Current Products & Services:

Products and services include land rollers, rock pickers, rock windrowers, high speed heavy harrows, jumbo junior midrange harrows, rotary harrows, crimper rollers, and high speed compact discs.

Rivercity Innovations Ltd.

Website: rivercityinnovations.ca www.beesecure.ca

Phone: 306-986-8888

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Address:
201 -116 Research Drive
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
S7N 3R3

Contact Person: Jeff Shirley, Founder & CEO

Description:

Rivercity Innovations Ltd. is a world-class IoT solution developer, focused on LoRa network sensors. We engineer and manufacture PCB boards, LoRa devices, and monitoring software for our clients in order to provide them with cost efficient data collection technology using our private LoRa network or 3rd party networks. Our clients include law enforcement, cities, government, and enterprise businesses.

Current Products & Services:

Products and services include our rugged BeeSecure GPS trackers using LoRa or cellular – used for bikes, pets, sport vehicles, trailers, and corporate asset tracking, our temperature monitoring cold-chain solution for pharmacy and grocery stores, hydrocarbon monitoring for oil and gas industry soil contamination remediation, and property monitoring for seasonal problems such as water line freezing, water leaks, or other common problems. Our latest product is an Indoor Air Quality Monitor which reports on CO2, volatile organic compounds, and other ambient air issues – perfect for post-covid room control. RCI designs smart city solutions using LORA, and operates a private LoRa network for its clients worldwide.

Rock Paper Coffee

Website: www.rockpapercoffee.ca

Phone: 306-237-4361

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Address:
P.O. Box 69
Perdue, Saskatchewan
S0K 3C0

Fax: 306-237-4437

Contact Person: Johnny Wurz, Manager

Description:

Rock Paper Coffee manufactures and sells quality roasted coffee to international markets through wholesale channels and E-commerce. The company operates their own roasters in a controlled environment to roast their beans, for different lengths of time and temperature, to obtain different roasts including, dark, medium light and decaffeinated. Once their coffee beans are processed they are either bagged or ground/bagged in 1 lb bags, 5 lb bags, 100 lb bags, packaged into branded retail ready packs, as well as k-cups. The bags are packaged and shipped with 20 per carton, and then can be pelleted and shrink wrapped thereafter for larger orders. They are the only coffee producer with a roast date stamped on the label versus expiry date of all other makes. They are interested to find more wholesale customers to purchase their product and to retail for them.

Current Products & Services:

Products and services include coffee in dark roast, medium roast, light roast and decaffeinated, whole beans or ground, available in 1 lb bags, 5 lb bags, 100 lb bags, retail ready packs, as well as k-cups

Rockford Engineering Works Ltd.

Website: www.rockfordworks.com

Phone: 306-789-0089

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Address:
2660 Davies Road
RM of Sherwood, Saskatchewan
S4K 0A6

Contact Person: Scott Konecsni, Marketing/Principal

Description:

Rockford Engineering Works Ltd is an industrial design consulting firm which has extensive experience in purpose-built machine design in mobile, industrial and commercial applications. Their core design strengths include industrial systems, machine design, fluid power, electrical and automation. Rockford has a proven track record across Saskatchewan’s potash mining sector delivering successful projects both underground and on surface. These projects include upgrades and scratch-build designs for custom ROPS & FOPS, winch frames, belt reclamation, and crushing machinery. They’ve also delivered several successful projects for improvements to floor stabilizers & milling drums along with autonomous material handling equipment.

Current Products & Services:

Products and services include equipment supply, automation, structural, mechanical, and industrial engineering. The company's professional engineers are certified to seal/stamp designs in Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba and provide equipment for all industrial applications.

RSR Construction Ltd.

Website: www.rsrconstruction.net

Phone: (306) 520-7280

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Address:
7118 Gillmore Drive
Regina, Saskatchewan
S4X 4N5

Contact Person: Becky Paun, Owner
Terry Paun, Owner

Description:

RSR Construction is a locally owned foundation repair company specializing in underpinning and house leveling. RSR has built and patented a machine for interior underpinning. They have taken this machine to some trade shows in the US and have had vey positive feedback and interest. RSR is currently looking for a manufacturer within Canada and have distributers in US, Canada and Europe that are interested.

Current Products & Services:

Products and services include the creation of a patented machine for interior underpinning.

Rudy Agro Ltd.

Website: www.rudyagro.ca

Phone: 306-867-8667

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Address:
Box 100
115B Saskatchewan Avenue
Outlook, Saskatchewan
S0L 2N0

Fax: 306-867-8290

Contact Person: Wes Walker, General Manager

Description:

Rudy Agro Ltd. (RAL) is a Saskatchewan-based special crops company incorporated in October 2014. They are located approx. 75 km southwest of Saskatoon near Outlook, nestled in Saskatchewan’s largest irrigated crop district and surrounded by approximately 175,000 acres under irrigation. RAL is licensed and bonded with the Canadian Grain Commission. They are also HACCP certified, which provides them with the ability to procure high-quality special crops for human consumption and bird food ingredients from growers. They process these ingredients with their highly specialized cleaning lines, which include the standard wind and screen machines, gravity table, de-stoners, magnetic dirt separators as well the latest technology in vision sorting. Rudy Agro’s packaging capabilities include metal detection and x-ray technology to ensure food safety and quality are above the rest.

Current Products & Services:

Products and services include large and small green lentils, red lentils, yellow and green field peas, maple and Austrian peas, marrowfat peas, kabuli chick peas, faba beans, and dry beans (pinto, yellow, cranberry).

S3 Group Ltd.

Website: www.s3groupltd.com

Phone: 306-773-0645

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Address:
P.O. Box 1780
2180 Oman Drive
Swift Current, Saskatchewan
S9H 3V5

Fax: 306-773-3944

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Description:

S3 focuses on innovation and design, developing and manufacturing products for OEM’s across multiple industries while offering proprietary S3 branded products and solutions. The S3 Delta Harrow team manufacturers a multi-tool in terrain management, configured to customer applications for independent use or in combination with field implements. S3 Wireform produces custom powder coated wireforms, sub-assembled and custom packaged for the customer's next stage. S3 Air Systems evaluates designs and manufactures precision pneumatic systems, utilizing advanced analysis and virtual prototyping practices. At S3 Manufacturing, they deliver client specified product from the design through to delivery stages including drawing, purchasing, metalworking, powder coating, quality testing and distribution. S3 AWS Airbar is best known for its state-of-the-art airbars that introduce airflow into the header of a combine, reducing shatter loss, increasing yield, and improving ground speed. S3 Brandworx offers industrial branding with award-winning insight, innovative methods and diverse industry experience. .

Current Products & Services:

Products and services include custom manufacturing and pneumatic solutions and unique wireforming services for the farm equipment industry, as well as the Delta Flexible Harrow product.

Salmon Studio

Website: www.salmonstudio.ca

Phone: 306-690-7799

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Address:
156 Thakur Street
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
S7W 1C4

Contact Person: Henry Buitrago, Creative Director

Description:

Salmon Studio has built a reputation within Saskatchewan and abroad, by providing their clients with top quality graphic design services. Salmon Studio works closely with their clients to create memorable marketing and branding materials for all facets of visual communications including, print, web and other media. Services are available in English and Spanish.

Current Products & Services:

Products and services include graphic design, web design and marketing.

SalonScale Technology Inc.

Website: www.salonscale.com

Phone: 1-833-697-2253

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Address:
229-116 Research Drive
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
S7N 3R3

Contact Person: Alicia Soulier, CEO
kimberly Badiuk, Operation Officer
Elanne Krainyk, Chief of Staff

Description:

SalonScale Technology is the leading backbar management tool. Designed by the industry, SalonScale empowers salons of all types to easily weigh, charge, track, and order all costs of goods used at appointments. SalonScale provides salons with an easy way to ensure color, extensions, and other back bar supplies are both accurately accounted for and being used as a profit generator within salon businesses

Current Products & Services:

Products and Services include a simple to use mobile app that uses Bluetooth technology to digitally track and manage supply usage. The combination of the app along with a Bluetooth powered scale, allows stylists are able to pinpoint the precise cost of the product being used to ensure that salon owners are charging enough for color services to create a positive cash flow. Salon Owners are then able to use the web dashboard system to track this data for their own reporting, inventory and data-driven decision making.

Sask Valley Processors Inc.

Website: saskvalleyprocessors.com

Phone: 306-500-7850

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Address:
P.O. Box 148
Hall Street
Loreburn, Saskatchewan
S0H 2S0

Fax: 306-644-0645

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Description:

Sask Valley Processors Inc, is an innovative and comprehensive grain processing facility located in Loreburn, Saskatchewan. Distinguished as the first facility of its kind in Canada, we specialize in a range of operations, including seed cleaning, dehulling, splitting, protein extraction, oil extraction, as well as packaging, bottling and direct container loading.

Current Products & Services:

Products and services include pea protein, pea starch, lentils, peas, chickpeas, desi chickpeas, flax powder and flax oil.

Saskatchewan Barley Development Commission

Website: www.saskbarleycommission.com

Phone: 306-370-7237

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Address:
Bay 6A - 3602 Taylor Street East
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
S7H 5H9

Fax: 306-244-4497

Contact Person: Jill McDonald, Executive Director

Description:

The Saskatchewan Barley Development Commission (SaskBarley) was established in 2013 and is led by a producer-elected Board of Directors from across Saskatchewan. SaskBarley’s purpose is to increase the production and value of barley for both the producer and consumer. The company's vision is to ensure barley is a long term, profitable and internationally competitive crop choice for Saskatchewan producers. SaskBarley’s check-off rate is $1.06 per net tonne.

Current Products & Services:

Products and services include the support and development of research, market development, and extension initiatives that ensure the long-term profitability and sustainability of barley for Saskatchewan producers.

Saskatchewan Canola Development Commission

Website: www.saskcanola.com

Phone: 306-975-0262

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Address:
212 - 111 Research Drive
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
S7N 3R2

Contact Person: Tracy Broughton, Executive Director

Description:

SaskCanola was established in 1991 as a grower-led organization to develop the province’s canola industry. SaskCanola collects a levy from registered Saskatchewan canola growers to fund research and extension initiatives, advocate for favourable policy at both the provincial and national levels, and develop market opportunities domestically and internationally. SaskCanola-funded research focuses on projects that foster innovation, decrease production risk, increase sustainability and grower profitability. Advocacy work ensures that the growers’ voice is reflected in legislation and policy. Extension initiatives provide new information on relevant issues through our website, grower events and social media. Canola promotion links the benefits of canola oil to consumers and key professional influencers.

Current Products & Services:

Products and services include providing value to Saskatchewan canola growers through investments in research, advocacy and canola promotion.

Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce

Website: www.saskchamber.com

Phone: 306 352 2671

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Address:
200 - 2221 Cornwall Street
Regina, Saskatchewan
S4P 2L1

Contact Person: Prabha Ramaswamy, CEO
Virginia Wilkinson, Chief Business Development and Operations Officer

Description:

The Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce is an advocacy organization comprising business and professional men and women who have joined together for the purpose of promoting the civic, commercial, and industrial progress of their community. They are the voice of Saskatchewan business, making Saskatchewan the best place to live, work, and invest.

Current Products & Services:

Products and services include an advocacy organization that represents the interests of businesses to government and also provides networking opportunities for businesses to connect with government officials and vice versa.

Saskatchewan Craft Council

Website: www.saskcraftcouncil.org

Phone: 306-653-3616

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Address:
813 Broadway Avenue
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
S7N 1B5

Fax: 306-244-2711

Contact Person: Carmen Milenkovic, Executive Director

Description:

The Saskatchewan Craft Council promotes and markets Saskatchewan's craft artisans and the work they produce. The Craft Council's efforts have run the gamut, starting with handcraft festivals in the 1970s to today’s online shopping. The organization promotes their members in the Canadian marketplace, and are working with national partners to reach international consumers. Saskatchewan Craft Council carries works in wood, glass, metal, fiber, ceramics, photography, prints and painting (to name a few). They have pieces inspired by the surrounding prairies and Canadian wildlife, but don’t be surprised by the wide range of styles and personal interpretations. Saskatchewan artists are both varied and talented in their expression! The Saskatchewan Craft Council – connecting Saskatchewan craft to markets throughout the world.

Current Products & Services:

Products and services include contemporary fine craft, gifts, corporate gifts, online shopping, private gallery tours, workshops, seminars and lectures, publications, business development, and marketing opportunities.

Saskatchewan Economic Development Association (SEDA)

Website: www.seda.sk.ca

Phone: 306-384-5817

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Address:
P.O. Box 113
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
S7K 3K1

Contact Person: Verona Thibault, Executive Director

Description:

SEDA (Saskatchewan Economic Development Alliance) is the provincial backbone organization for those engaged in community economic development in Saskatchewan. From local development to regional development, they work hand-in-hand with communities to strengthen people, places, and economies. They help communities thrive.

Current Products & Services:

Products and services include support in several different ways, including community consulting, online and in-person learning, and community and business development programs. Solution driven, the company strives to create breakthroughs by filling gaps in the marketplace and brokering new initiatives with partners in the private, public, and non-profit sectors. SEDA remains steadfast in supporting the social and economic health of Saskatchewan communities, working behind the scenes provincially—and alongside local leaders at a community level. As an alliance, they aim to provide a space where all sectors can share expertise and resources to support our common client. The whole province benefits when everyone works together.

Saskatchewan Flax Development Commission

Website: www.saskflax.com

Phone: 306-975-0262

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Address:
212-111 Research Drive
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
S7N 3R2

Contact Person: Tracy Broughton, Executive Director

Description:

The Saskatchewan Flax Development Commission (SaskFlax) is funded through a check-off on sales of flaxseed and flax straw. Since 1996, the commission has worked to develop the flax industry for the benefit of growers. Activities include funding research and promoting flax to domestic and international markets.

Current Products & Services:

Products and services include the promotion and enhancement of flax production and value-added processing of flax products.

Saskatchewan Food Industry Development Centre Inc. (Food Centre)

Website: www.foodcentre.sk.ca

Phone: 306-933-7555

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Address:
2335 Schuyler Street
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
S7M 5V1

Fax: 306-933-7208

Contact Person: Mehmet Tulbek, President

Description:

The Saskatchewan Food Industry Development Centre Inc. (Food Centre) provides expertise and resources to assist companies in bringing innovations to commercialization. Our expertise includes unique food and process development, interim processing, extrusion technology, food safety training, and path-finding. The Food Centre has established a reputable role in food industry for R&D of new food concepts. Working with world-class agencies in Saskatchewan and around the world, we specialize in novel ingredient development and applications. Specialties include crops, pulses, meats, dairy, fruits and confectionery. Since inception, the Food Centre has developed and processed over 800 products with an estimated 50% introduced into the market. The Food Centre offers clients new market and export access due to our numerous certifications such as: HACCP Approved, Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) approved for meat, dairy and processed foods, FDA approved for processed foods, HALAL, Organic, and NHP licensed. Our two facilities are set up to process a variety of food products destined for world markets.

Current Products & Services:

Products and services include interim processing, extrusion technology, food development, food safety education and training, quality assurance, technology transfer, packaging and labeling, and path finding.

Saskatchewan Forage Council

Website: www.saskforage.ca

Phone: 306-329-3116

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Address:
P.O. Box 406
Vanscoy, Saskatchewan
S0L 3J0

Contact Person: Shannon McArton, Executive Director

Description:

The Saskatchewan Forage Council (SFC) was formed as a co-operative in 1988 to enhance the province's forage and grassland industry including production, harvesting, utilization and marketing. The SFC is governed by a 12 member Board of Directors including producers, industry, university and government representatives. The organization is an active leader, participant and partner in province-wide extension and technology transfer activities, provides input to governments on a wide range of industry issues, and is active in industry developments. In addition, the SFC plays an active role in priority setting and forage-related research initiatives.

Current Products & Services:

Products and services include a co-operative to enhance the province's forage and grassland industry including production, harvesting, utilization and marketing, and an active role in priority setting and forage-related research initiatives.

Saskatchewan Forage Seed Development Commission

Website: www.saskforageseed.com

Phone: 306-341-1347

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Address:
5 Eagle Ridge Road
Eagle Ridge, Saskatchewan
S7K 2L6

Contact Person: Jo-Anne Relf-Eckstein, Executive Director

Description:

The Saskatchewan Forage Seed Development Commission (SFSDC), established in June 2005 with a purpose to develop the forage seed industry in Saskatchewan. The organizations uses a check-off collected by forage seed buyers on all forage seed crops grown in the province, except alfalfa seed. Funds are used to further the development and promotion of forage seed and forage seed products in the domestic and international marketplaces; and conduct and encourage research on production, market development, processing and consumption of forage seed and forage seed products.

Current Products & Services:

Products and services include funding/co-funding basic and applied research programs investigating solutions for production problems, improving new annual, biennial, and perennial forage seed crops adapted to the Saskatchewan environment, and supplying market demand. SFSDC provides administration services for production demonstration trials, transfers knowledge to forage seed growers and industry through our website, newsletters, and magazines mailed to all levy-paying producers, and advises the government on matters pertaining to forage seed research, production, and development.

Saskatchewan Fruit Growers Association (SFGA)

Website: www.saskfruit.ca

Phone: 306-975-6881

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Address:
2335 Schuyler Street
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
S7M 5V1

Fax: 306-975-6850

Contact Person: Bryan Kosteroski

Description:

The Saskatchewan Fruit Growers Association (SFGA) is a voluntary, non-profit organization whose members are interested in developing a strong and vibrant fruit industry in Saskatchewan. SFGA is a grower-directed association dedicated to providing assistance with the production and marketing of premium quality fruits. It is the objective of SFGA to meet the production and marketing needs of individuals producing fruit crops such as saskatoon berries, strawberries, raspberries, cherries, currants, apples, and other not so common crops such as sea buckthorn and lingonberry.

Current Products & Services:

Products and services include research, market orientation, prairie-wide cooperation, premium quality products, and industry representation.

Saskatchewan Industrial & Mining Suppliers Association Inc. (SIMSA)

Website: www.simsa.ca

Phone: 306-343-0019

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Address:
Unit 180, 833 45th Street West
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
S7L 5X2

Contact Person: Eric Anderson, Executive Director

Description:

SIMSA represents Saskatchewan companies who provide goods and services to the industrial, mining and energy sector.

Current Products & Services:

Products and services include representing over 300-member companies; all of these companies have a permanent physical office in Saskatchewan; representing well over 32,000 employees in Saskatchewan and over $14-billion in annual sales from Saskatchewan. Our members come from the manufacturing, construction, engineering, mining, and energy sectors. SIMSA represents the Saskatchewan-based industrial, mining, and energy supply chain – and no one else.

Saskatchewan Interactive Media Association (SIMA)

Website: www.saskinteractive.com

Phone: 306-529-1006

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Address:
320 - 1831 College Avenue
Regina, Saskatchewan
S4P 4V5

Contact Person: Darcy McLane, Executive Director

Description:

As the professional voice, SaskInteractive represents members involved in the development of content-based interactive digital media, as well as consumers and stakeholders. The association acts on behalf of its members to represent their views to government, industry, the news media, and to the general public. Their mission is to serve and support an entrepreneurial network of interactive producers, developers and designers.

Current Products & Services:

Products and services include support for interactive producers, developers and designers.

Saskatchewan Media Production Industry Association (SMPIA)

Website: www.smpia.sk.ca

Phone: 306-780-9840

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Address:
312 - 1831 College Avenue
Regina, Saskatchewan
S4P 4V5

Fax: 306-569-1818

Contact Person: Ken Alecxe, Executive Director

Description:

Saskatchewan Media Production Industry Association (SMPIA) is a provincial, member-based non-profit organization that is governed by a volunteer board of directors. Established in 1985, SMPIA acts as an advocate for all personnel related to the making and exhibiting of film, video and interactive media, from beginners to professionals. SMPIA’s job is to be a catalyst for change, to facilitate interaction between people working in these media, and to help to create an environment that provides opportunities for the production, promotion and appreciation of motion picture in Saskatchewan. SMPIA's membership options reflect the rich diversity within the Saskatchewan motion picture industry.

Current Products & Services:

Products and services include a voice in SMPIA through its board of directors, committees and annual general meetings, weekly newsletter (E-Buzzzz) and inclusion in the SMPIA Online Membership Directory, including resume and headshot, access to events including Showcase, SMPIA Annual General Meeting, volunteer recognition, various festivals, workshops, socials and more, discount on SMPIA programs and events, voting rights at general meetings, seek nomination to SMPIA's board and participation on SMPIA committees, access to professional development opportunities and services, and inclusion in the semi-annual Saskatchewan Production Guide.

Saskatchewan Ministry of Trade and Export Development

Website: www.saskatchewan.ca

Phone: 306-787-8722

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Address:
2103 11th Avenue
Regina, Saskatchewan
S4P 3Z8

Contact Person: Lorrie McGowan, Deputy Director, Investment
Natalie Chatterson, Director, International Operations

Description:

The Ministry of Trade and Export Development advances economic growth to generate wealth and opportunity in Saskatchewan. The ministry facilitates a coordinated cross-government approach to attract investment and develop and grow export markets. The ministry fosters and supports a competitive business environment, strengthens Saskatchewan’s international relations, operates Saskatchewan’s international trade and investment office network, and advances provincial trade priorities, nationally and internationally.

Current Products & Services:

Products and services include programs, services and policy advocacy that enable economic growth through trade, investment and export. It ensures that Saskatchewan’s business and investment environment is competitive, and develops strong brand recognition for the global marketplace.