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Saskatchewan's Global Presence

A map of Saskatchewan's international offices.

Saskatchewan has a wealth of resources that is the envy of nations – agriculture, forestry, oil and critical minerals. The Canadian province is also a technological leader in crop science, vaccine and plant protein research, agricultural equipment and clean energy.

Saskatchewan exports nearly 70% of what it produces and is committed to doubling the value of provincial exports by 2030. Saskatchewan is the world's leading exporter of lentils, peas, canola, flax, oats and durum wheat. The province is the world's top producer of potash and a major supplier of uranium, with unrealized potential in diamonds, base metals and precious metals.

Saskatchewan has worked diligently in the past several years to create one of the most competitive business environments in North America with competitive taxes and incentives and a responsive government. International companies such as AMEC, BHP Billiton, Cargill, Hutchison Whampoa, K+S Potash and Rio Tinto, have recently invested or opened offices in the province.

Saskatchewan's International Offices

Saskatchewan's international offices serve to advance Saskatchewan's growth mandate and support provincial interests by strengthening and leveraging strategic partnerships internationally, and coordinate on behalf of government partners to achieve Saskatchewan's Growth Plan targets.

Saskatchewan's international offices provide exporters and investors with increased support to further navigate business opportunities and increase trade.

Shanghai, China

New Delhi, India

Berlin, Germany

Tokyo, Japan


Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

London, United Kingdom

Mexico City, Mexico

The Saskatchewan Ministry of Trade and Export Development is responsible for the management of these offices. To connect with a Government of Saskatchewan representative to learn more about how the international offices can help you, contact

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