Saskatchewan Oat Development Commission

Website: www.poga.ca

Phone: 306-530-8545

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Address:
P.O. Box 20106
Regina, Saskatchewan
S4N 4J7

Fax: 1-866-286-1681

Contact Person: Shawna Mathieson, Executive Director

Description:

The Saskatchewan Oat Development Commission (SaskOats) was established in 2006 and now represents over 6,000 oat producers. SaskOats works with the Manitoba Oat Growers Association and the Alberta Oat Growers Commission to form the Prairie Oat Growers Association which represents over 10,000 oat growers in Western Canada. SaskOats collects a $.50 per tonne check-off from every tonne of oats grown for sale in Saskatchewan. This money is used towards SaskOats' primary objectives including oat research, market development, advocacy, building industry partnerships and communication with oat growers, consumers, the oat industry and government. Certifications include: Gluten Free and Heart Healthy.

Current Products & Services:

Products and services include oat research, market development, advocacy, building industry partnerships and communication with oat growers, consumers, the oat industry and government.

Saskatchewan Polytechnic

Website: www.saskpolytech.ca www.skills-passport.ca

Phone: 1-866-467-4278

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Address:
#400, 119 - 4th Avenue South
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
S7K 5X2

Contact Person: Angela Wojcichowsky, Director, International Projects

Description:

Saskatchewan Polytechnic serves students through applied learning opportunities on Treaty 4 and Treaty 6 Territories and the homeland of the Métis. Learning takes place at campuses in Moose Jaw, Prince Albert, Regina and Saskatoon and through extensive distance education opportunities. Programs serve every economic and public service sector. As a polytechnic, the organization provides the depth of learning appropriate to employer and student need, including certificate, diploma and degree programs, and apprenticeship training. Sask Polytech engages in applied research, drawing on faculty expertise to support innovation by employers, and providing students the opportunity to develop critical thinking skills.

Current Products & Services:

Product and services include international development, education, skills training consultancy, training and project management. Sask Polytech also recruits international students and delivers Sask Polytech certificate and diploma programs overseas, as well as provides English language and technical skills evaluation for Canadian employers of potential temporary foreign workers and new immigrants.

Saskatchewan Pulse Growers

Website: www.saskpulse.com

Phone: 306-668-5556

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Address:
235-415 Wellman Crescent
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
S7K 0J1

Fax: 306-668-5557

Contact Person: Amanda Carlson, Communications Manager

Description:

Saskatchewan Pulse Growers (SPG) is a not-for-profit organization representing and supporting approximately 15,000 pulse crop growers in Saskatchewan. SPG is funded by a producer levy and led by a board of directors elected by farmers. The major pulse crops grown in Saskatchewan are peas, lentils, chickpeas, soybeans, and faba beans. Canada is the world’s leading lentil, pea, and chickpea exporter. Saskatchewan growers produce 90 per cent of the Canadian lentil crop, 50 per cent of Canadian peas, and 90 per cent of Canadian chickpeas. SPG has four major program areas that are funded through grower levy dollars: research and development, market development, communications, and variety commercialization.

Current Products & Services:

Products and services include SPG programming divided into four major areas including communications, research and development, market development, and variety commercialization, funded by the mandatory levy.

Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC)

Website: www.src.sk.ca

Phone: 306-933-5400

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Address:
Bay 2D, 820 51st Street East
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
S7K 0X8

Contact Person: Suzanne Johnston, Marketing Communications Advisor

Description:

The Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC) is Canada's second largest research and technology organization. They focus on providing services that support a variety of industries in Saskatchewan and beyond, such as agriculture, energy, environment, mining, minerals, nuclear and rare earth elements, as well as meeting the environmental needs of industry, government and communities. With nearly 350 employees, $232 million in annual revenue and over 75 years of experience, SRC provides products and services to its 1,600 clients in 22 countries around the world.

Current Products & Services:

SRC’s products and services include reliable, professional commercial laboratory services. We also have dedicated labs that focus on contract research and development, as well as pilot plants that offer clients the opportunity to test technologies. By investing in new technologies and world-class researchers, SRC continues to expand our capabilities, moving SRC to the forefront of R & D and meeting the growing needs of industry.

Saskatchewan Wheat Development Commission

Website: www.saskwheat.ca

Phone: 306-653-7932

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Address:
340 - 111 Research Drive
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
S7N 3R2

Contact Person: Kelsey Tollefson, Policy Manager
James Lokken, Interim Policy Manager

Description:

The Saskatchewan Wheat Development Commission (Sask Wheat) was established in 2013 and represents approximately 24,000 wheat producers. Sask Wheat, under the direction of its elected Board of wheat producers, ensures that Saskatchewan’s wheat farmers have the resources, leadership, and representation to strengthen Saskatchewan’s competitive advantage and ensure the interests of Saskatchewan’s farmers are protected. Sask Wheat is funded by a refundable $1.00/tonne check-off on all wheat grown for sale in Saskatchewan. Check-off dollars administered by Sask Wheat go towards research, advocacy, grower relations and market development initiatives that improve wheat varieties, grow the marketability of wheat, and provide higher value to producers.

Current Products & Services:

Products and services include four primary areas of focus that contribute to profitable and sustainable wheat production for Saskatchewan farmers: Research, Market Development, Advocacy, and Grower Relations.

Saskatoon & Region Home Builders' Association, Inc.

Website: www.saskatoonhomebuilders.com

Phone: 306 955 5188

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Address:
#17 - 102 Cope Crescent
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
S7T 0X2

Contact Person: Nicole Burgess, CEO

Description:

Saskatoon & Region Home Builders' Association works on behalf of the home building and renovation industry in Saskatoon and area. This association acts as the voice of the residential construction industry, works to achieve an environment where their members can operate profitably, and promotes affordability and choice in housing for all people in Saskatoon and region.

Current Products & Services:

Products and services include an industry association for homebuilding and renovation.

Saskatoon Berry Council of Canada (SBCC)

Website: www.saskatoonberrycouncil.com

Phone: 306-513-8411

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Address:
P.O. Box 772
Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan
S6H 4P5

Contact Person: Sandra Purdy, President SBCC

Description:

The Saskatoon Berry Council of Canada (SBCC) is the new national not for profit organization for saskatoon berry growers and processors across Canada, who will act as the voice for the industry relative to market development, policy and research as well as develop an industry strategy to market saskatoon berries outside Western Canada with a focus on the fruit's nutritional benefits. The SBCC of Canada's mandate is the advancement and promotion of the saskatoon berry industry domestically and internationally.

Current Products & Services:

Products and services include the advancement and promotion of the Saskatoon berry industry domestically and internationally.

Saskatoon Prairieland Park

Website: prairielandpark.com

Phone: 306-931-7149

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Address:
P.O. Box 6010
503 Ruth Street West
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
S7K 4E4

Fax: 306-931-7886

Contact Person: Korilee Burgess, Director of Administration

Description:

Located near the scenic South Saskatchewan River, in beautiful Saskatoon, SK, Prairieland Park is Saskatoon's largest trade and convention facility. Just minutes from downtown, it offers over 240,000 square feet of first class convention space under one roof. Consisting of six halls connected by a newly renovated common foyer, it features breakout rooms with the ability to accommodate large plenary sessions. These rooms feature the most up-to-date audio-visual equipment and all amenities you will need to host your next event. It has a reputation of providing premier quality food service, ranging from coffee services to full service banquets for as many as 5,000 people. They are virtually a one stop shop for all of your convention, trade show and meeting needs. Along with these features, it is complemented with a massive parking lot with free parking for over 3,000 vehicles. Whether looking for a world class meeting, conference or trade show location, or planning that major concert or entertainment experience, their professional staff and customer service will guarantee to make an event successful. They offer the latest industry information and technology plus marketing opportunities at many Prairieland Park produced shows. Included in these are the Western Canadian Crop Production Show, Gardenscape, Equine Expo and The EX. Prairieland also operates Sports on Tap sports bar.

Current Products & Services:

Products and services include food & beverage, technical production services, equipment and electrical services, and everything needed for a successful event.

Saskatoon Regional Economic Development Authority Inc. (SREDA)

Website: www.sreda.com

Phone: 306-664-0720

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Address:
#103 - 202 4th Avenue North
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
S7K 0K1

Fax: 306-244-5033

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Description:

Saskatoon Regional Economic Development Authority Inc. (SREDA) promotes growth and diversification in the Saskatoon Region economy by working with existing industry to facilitate expansions, and by encouraging complementary outside industry to locate in the Region. SREDA Inc. is a non-profit public-private partnership funded by government and the private sector.

Current Products & Services:

Products and services include the facilitation of growth and diversification of the Saskatoon Region economy.

SaskMade Marketplace

Website: www.saskmade.ca @SaskMadeMarket www.facebook.com/saskmade

Phone: 306-612-0616

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Address:
1621 8th Street East
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
S7H 0T2

Fax: 306-955-1726

Contact Person: Emily Li Yan, CEO/Owner

Description:

SaskMade Marketplace is a Saskatchewan company partnered with local farmers, processors, and artisans to provide a wide range of unique, locally produced gourmet ingredients, grocery items, giftware, souvenirs, and gift baskets.

Current Products & Services:

Products and services include customized local produce baskets, local produce, grocery items, and giftware including Saskatoon jams, syrups, tea, champagne, and other food items.

SaskOrganics Association Inc.

Website: www.saskorganics.org

Phone: 306-535-3456

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Address:
311 - 845 Broad Street
Regina, Saskatchewan
S4R 8G9

Contact Person: Michelle Beckett, Executive Director

Description:

SaskOrganics Association Inc. is a farmer led, membership based, non-profit organization. They serve all certified organic entities throughout the value chain in Saskatchewan by advocating for a sustainable and thriving organic community through leadership in research, market development and communications. They provide professional development and technical assistance to certified organic farmers, and to processors and consumers of certified organic products, as well as technical assistance to producers interested in transitioning to organic production. They promote the expansion of markets and the improvement of trade relations locally, provincially, nationally and internationally. They also participate in the maintenance of Canada's national organic standards.

Current Products & Services:

Products and services include support and assistance for certified organic farmers, processors, and consumers of certified organic products, as well as support and assistance for producers interested in transitioning to organic production.

SaskTel International

Website: www.sasktelinternational.com

Phone: 877-242-9950 (Canada & US)

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Address:
1855 Lorne Street
3rd Floor
Regina, Saskatchewan
S4P 3Y2

Fax: 306-777-5651

Contact Person: Scott Argue, VP of Customer Service
Michael Hordos, Account Executive & Marketing Manager

Description:

SaskTel International (SI) is a leading-edge software and professional services company providing solutions to communication service providers (CSPs) worldwide. Their solutions help organizations drive efficiencies in their business and increase profitability. SI leverages its unique relationship with parent company, SaskTel, who is an industry-leading CSP with over a century of experience, to provide proven products, services and strategies from an actual operating service provider. SI provides Operational Support Systems (OSS) and Business Support Systems (BSS) software solutions as well as services such as strategic consulting, network consulting, operational effectiveness consulting and managed services.

Current Products & Services:

Products and services include integrated, end-to-end Operational Support Systems (OSS) and Business Support Systems (BSS) software solutions covering and automating all key functions of the 'order-to-cash' process for communication service providers. Software products include order management, plant inventory and assignment, auto provisioning/activation, trouble ticketing, billing and revenue management, workforce management, Customer Relationship Management (CRM), strategic consulting, network consulting, operational effectiveness consulting and managed services where resources are leveraged with decades of experience from parent company, SaskTel.

SCCL (Saskatoon Colostrum Company Ltd.)

Website: www.sccl.com

Phone: 306-242-3185

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Address:
30 Molaro Place
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
S7K 6A2

Fax: 306-373-5766

Contact Person: Michael Chubb, Chief Executive Officer

Description:

SCCL is a privately held biosciences company that develops and produces innovative products from dairy cow colostrum. Scientists at SCCL have developed methods of accurately measuring key immunological, metabolic and nutritional components found in colostrum. Using these assays in combination with their proprietary processing method that preserves the levels of key components, they produce spray dried natural colostrum with specific levels of important ingredients designed to improve immunity against infectious diseases, and provide key growth and metabolic factors that support general health, well being and athletic performance. With their distribution partners throughout the Americas and Asia they provide innovative products for humans, companion animals, beef and dairy calves, lambs, goats and horses. These products include HEADSTART, Calf’s Choice Total, Peterna, Lamb’s Choice Total and others. The company is looking for new distributors and private label opportunities in all markets and species to meet the growing global demand for their products. Certifications include: GMP with Health Canada.

Current Products & Services:

Products and services include spray-dried bovine colostrum.

ScherGain

Website: www.schergain.ca

Phone: 306-481-4620

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Address:
P.O. Box 1978
Battleford, Saskatchewan
S0M 0E0

Contact Person: Trevor Scherman

Description:

Pat and Trevor Scherman are long-time farmers in Western Saskatchewan, Canada. The ScherGain Solution System product was developed out of necessity on the Scherman Farm, to calculate grain loss that occurs from the back of the combine. The ScherGain Solution System is a device that is hard mounted using a magnet system for getting the most out of each field into the bin. It is transferable to any combine.

Current Products & Services:

Products and services include a device for farmers to calculate grain losses from combines.

Schlueter & Maack Canada Ltd.

Website: www.schlueter-maack.de

Phone: 306-771-4987

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Address:
PO Box 408
Pilot Butte, Saskatchewan
S0G 3Z0

Fax: 306-771-4980

Contact Person: Scott Cunningham, COO

Description:

Schluter & Maack is a 199 year old family company founded in Hamburg Germany in 1820. The company expanded to Canada opening their first trading office in 2010. In 2013 S&M's Canadian processing facility received its first load of Mustard Seed. Schluter & Maack processes and trades a multitude of commodities out of both locations. In Canada the company's focus in on sourcing mostly Mustard Seed to support the operation in Hamburg as well as their extensive European customer base.

Current Products & Services:

Products and services include exporting of Canadian mustard seed predominately to Europe; however, they service many other export destinations from Canada. In addition, S&M also handles lentils and peas at their Canadian facility..

Schmidt Flour Inc.

Website: www.schmidtflourinc.ca

Phone: 306-666-4800

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Address:
P.O. Box 99
SW28-15-25 W3rd
Maple Creek, Saskatchewan
S0N 1N0

Fax: 306-666-4838

Contact Person: Perry Bowyer, Manager

Description:

Located in sunny southwest Saskatchewan, Schmidt Flour Inc. is a certified organic grain and flour processor in business since 1980. Their mills are designed and built in house, and are able to accommodate a variety of products. The one step milling process ensures all the goodness of the kernel stays in the flour.

Current Products & Services:

Products and services include cleaning, processing and packaging of grains and flours into 20-50lb kraft paper bags and up to 2200lb tote bags. Their products are HACCP and Kosher certified.

Schulte Industries Ltd.

Website: www.schulte.ca

Phone: 306-287-3715

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Address:
P.O. Box 70
100 John Schulte Drive
Englefeld, Saskatchewan
S0K 1N0

Fax: 306-287-3355

Contact Person: Hal Carnago, VP of Sales & Marketing

Description:

Since its inception as a blacksmith shop started by Caspar Schulte in 1912 to today’s innovative designs of equipment, Schulte has expanded its line of equipment over these last one hundred plus years. Schulte’s diverse line of products include Rotary Cutters from 7’ to the largest in the world at 42’ wide and everything in between. Schulte is known as a leader in the roadside mowing market with very strong durable units and Flex Arm offset mowing technology which helps keep the tractor on top of the road and the mower on the side slope of the ditch. Schulte has a wide range of rock removal equipment including rock pickers of various sizes from 2.5 Cubic yard hoppers to the largest offered today the Titan 2 5000 at five cubic yards. Schulte’s rock picker line includes a new rock picker/windrower combo the Spartan RWP-1935, that lets you windrow and pick rocks in one pass. The rock removal line also includes rock rakes (windrowers) in sizes of 8’, 10’ and 14’ widths along with skid steer landscape SMR Multi-Rakes. Schulte manufactures a number of snow blowers including an 87” skid steer mounted unit along with tractor PTO driven versions from 6’ to 9.75’ wide along with FM-115 and FM-350 front mount 3pt front mounting frames for PTO driven snow blowers. Schulte SoilStar tillage units are the DHX-600 and DHX-360 60’ & 36’ Disc on Demand Harrow which is a new technology for the heavy harrow straw management market. They use two sets of 18” on demand discs in front of a five-bar heavy harrow, allowing the unit to size straw while spreading it evenly across the field. Schulte was a pioneer in export marketing starting back in the 60’s and today Schulte exports to every continent on the globe with a broad base of dealers and distributors.

Current Products & Services:

Products and services include Heavy Duty Rotary Cutters, Rock Pickers, Rock Rakes, Landscape Multi-Rakes, Snow Blowers, and Disc on Demand Heavy Harrow.

Seed Source Inc.

Website: www.seedsource.ca

Phone: 306-323-4402

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Address:
P.O. Box 147
Highway 35 West
Archerwill, Saskatchewan
S0E 0B0

Fax: 306-323-4403

Contact Person: Lynnell Olsen, Sales Manager

Description:

Seed Source, a family-owned agriculture retail company situated in northeast Saskatchewan, has been delivering high-quality seeds for food production for 25 years. Based on our third-generation family farm in Saskatchewan, we offer pedigree seeds and food production in Canada and in the USA. We provide 99% pure and high-quality Barley, Canaryseed, Brown Flax, Oats, Wheat, and Yellow Peas to supply ingredients directly to processors for milling, malting, and pet food. Rigorous traceability from field to table with guarantee allergen-free, safe products, including Gluten-Free Oats, Brown Flax, and Canary Seed. Contact us today to see how we can supply you with Pure high-quality seed to fit your needs!

Current Products & Services:

Products and services include processing of pedigreed seeds including oats, peas, canola, wheat, barley, flax, canary seed, and grass.

SeedMaster Manufacturing Inc.

Website: www.seedmaster.ca

Phone: 306-721-3001

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Address:
#1 South Plains Road West
Emerald Park, Saskatchewan
S4L 1C6

Fax: 306-721-3002

Contact Person: Don Henry, CEO
Tim Criddle, Global Sales Director

Description:

SeedMaster develops and manufactures leading edge no-till seeding technology. At SeedMaster, we are dedicated to helping farmers maximize their crop’s potential by providing them with seeding solutions designed to precisely place seed and fertilizer with planter-like accuracy to ensure fast, uniform emergence. We have a strong commitment to integrity and innovation in all that we do, and it shows in every product we develop. That’s why we build the lowest-maintenance seeding systems on the market, so that every farmer can grow with confidence.

Current Products & Services:

Products include no-till SeedMaster toolbars from 24 feet to 100 feet wide, UltraPro II on-board seed and fertilizer distribution systems designed to achieve near-zero seed mortality and planter-like singulation, high capacity air carts, and the Ultra SR Single Rank all-in-one seeding solution.

ServiceBox

Website: www.getservicebox.com

Phone: 888-727-4983

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Address:
1900 York Street
Regina, Saskatchewan
S4T 4R4

Contact Person: Jon Clifford, CEO

Description:

ServiceBox was started in October 2012 by Mike Schudel and Jon Clifford. ServiceBox is a software company based out of Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. The company specializes in developing software for service products that are sold globally. ServiceBox has developed a single product called ServiceBox that is used to manage the workflow of any services based business, including: plumbing and heating, electrical, elevator technicians, and general contractors. The product was designed to help these companies become more organized, efficient and focused on their core business.

Current Products & Services:

Products and services include ServiceBox, a platform to manage workflows of a service company featuring customer management, job site tracking, quotes, work orders, time and materials, job notes, pictures, history, signatures, drag and drop scheduling, maintenance management checklists, recurring work orders, recurring contracts, contract expiration updates, and time-sheets invoicing

Shercom Industries Inc.

Website: www.shercomindustries.com

Phone: 306-933-0600

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Address:
RR#4, Site 404, Comp#9
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
S7K 3J7

Fax: 306-933-0660

Contact Person: Dave Soubolsky, Vice President Sales

Description:

Since its inception in 1993, Shercom Industries Inc. has been a pioneering force in tire recycling, revolutionizing the industry with its state-of-the-art manufacturing processes. Through cutting-edge rubber technology, Shercom has curated a diverse range of top-tier products tailored for residential, commercial, and industrial sectors. Renowned for delivering leading-edge solutions, Shercom proudly serves clients throughout North America. As the exclusive partner of PLAYTOP UK and NIKE GRIND, Shercom combines these technologies to offer innovative, high-performance sports and playground surfaces across the continent. At Shercom, we view our customers as partners, ranging from major retailers to regional enterprises and independent operators. We take immense pride in supporting customers who champion recycled tire solutions, thereby mitigating the environmental impact of discarded tires.

Current Products & Services:

Products and services include recycled rubber products and services for the commercial, residential and industrial markets.

Sixteen Grains

Website: www.sixteengrains.ca

Phone: 306-322-7044

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Address:
Comp 57 Site 300 RR3
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
S7K 3J6

Contact Person: Derek Dery, Founder & CEO

Description:

Sixteen Grains is a modern farm brand born to bring people closer together through fresh Canadian-farmed ingredients. We take you back to basics to break bread and share ideas with family and friends around the table via nutritious, delicious and fun products.

Current Products & Services:

Products and services include pre-packaged retail bags of pancake mix.

SkillShark Software Inc.

Website: www.skillshark.com

Phone: 306-742-7540

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Address:
178 Gillies Lane
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
S7V 0J8

Contact Person: Michelle Corry, Marketing Manager

Description:

SkillShark Athlete Evaluations is modernizing the tryout and evaluation process in youth sports. Completely customizable, coaches use the software to set up their evaluations, and invite evaluators to collect scores. Athletes are scored using the device of the evaluators choosing, with data being instantly uploaded. Hours of time are saved by eliminating data entry, and reports are instantly generated. Coaches can begin sorting teams or even communicate results with athletes and parents in the click of a button. By simplifying the process, increasing communication, and aiding in player development SkillShark will revolutionize the athlete assessment process.

Current Products & Services:

Products and services include a completely customizable software for coaches to set up their evaluations, and invite evaluators to collect scores. Athletes are scored using the device of the evaluators choosing, with data being instantly uploaded. Hours of time are saved by eliminating data entry, and reports are instantly generated. Coaches can begin sorting teams or even communicate results with athletes and parents in the click of a button. By simplifying the process, increasing communication, and aiding in player development SkillShark will revolutionize the athlete assessment process.

Smart Earth Camelina Corp.

Website: www.smartearthcamelina.ca/ www.smartearthcamelina.com/

Phone: 306-931-3382

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Address:
2414 Schuyler St.
Unit 20
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
S7M 5V1

Contact Person: Mark Wagner, Supply Chain Manager

Description:

Smart Earth Camelina Corp. is the world's first and only fully integrated producer of Camelina. Smart Earth controls the entire production process from their proprietary Non-GMO seed variety to the grower’s field and on to the processor. This ensures full traceability from farm to customer. The company is Saskatoon-based, operating in the heart of North America’s oilseed production region. Smart Earth work with the world’s leading experts in oilseed breeding, agronomics and processing to deliver high quality Camelina at scale. Camelina is a highly sustainable source of omega 3. It can be produced on marginal lands and uses less water, fertilizers and chemicals as compared to other commonly produced oilseed crops such as flax and canola.

Current Products & Services:

Products and services include camelina meal and oil products for the companion animal (food grade) and feed market from tote to rail car quantities. Smart Earth Camelina Oil is a high omega 3 oil at 38%, that also offers the ideal balance of omega 3 to 6 (2:1). These two features found together in one oil is what makes camelina stand out among omega oils. Its naturally occurring vitamin E provides antioxidant protection while also stabilizing the oil. Camelina has a 2-3 year shelf life, with low risk of oxidation rancidity.