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ADF project funding is designed to support the sustainability of Saskatchewan agriculture by helping develop solutions to emerging problems that affect production.
Eligible primary steel producers may receive a rebate on new or expanded productive capacity for up to five years.
The Fuel Tax Act, 2000 imposes a tax on purchasers and importers of fuel in Saskatchewan.
Saskatchewan Manufacturing and Processing Tax Credits Incentives available to firms in the Manufacturing and Processing Industry.
Find information about available drilling incentives for oil and gas wells.
Product 2 Market helps grow the value-added sector by providing support to small-and-medium- sized agri-businesses from product development through to marketing activities.
When to claim the Saskatchewan Research & Development Tax Credit.
A list of provincial and federal agricultural processing incentive programs.
The Saskatchewan Commercial Innovation Incentive, or ‘patent box’, is a new-growth tax incentive that offers eligible corporations a reduction of the provincial Corporate Income Tax rate to 6%.
When to claim the Saskatchewan Farm and Small Business Capital Gains Tax Credit.
SLIM provides funding to agri-business for infrastructure projects that improve productivity and efficiency.
The Saskatchewan Mineral Exploration Tax Credit (SMETC) offers a non-refundable 10% tax credit to Saskatchewan taxpayers who invest in eligible flow-through shares (FTS) issued by mining or exploration companies.
The Saskatchewan Petroleum Research Incentive encourages research, development and demonstration of new technologies that expand production of Saskatchewan's oil and natural gas resources.
This incentive will offer a 45% non-refundable tax credit for individual and corporate equity investments in eligible technology start-up businesses.
The Saskatchewan Value-added Agriculture Incentive is a non-transferable 15% tax rebate on capital expenditures valued at $10 million or more for newly constructed or expanded value-added agriculture facilities in Saskatchewan.
The Targeted Mineral Exploration Incentive offers mineral exploration companies financial assistance to undertake drilling in an area of high potential for base metals, precious metals and diamonds.
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