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Saskatchewan Labour Market Strategy

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Premier's Message

“We want to ensure that the labour force is not a constraint on growth and Saskatchewan people are able to benefit from the significant employment opportunities available today and in the future.”
– Premier Scott Moe
Read the Premier's Message

Building the Workforce for a Growing Economy

Saskatchewan is growing at its fastest rate in a century. So too are the number of high-quality jobs across the province. The Saskatchewan Labour Market Strategy focuses on giving Saskatchewan residents the opportunity to fully participate in that growth. Read the Saskatchewan Labour Market Strategy

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