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Investing in the Economy

Investing in the Economy. More investment, more economic growth.

  • $1.4 million to open a trade office in Germany as part of Saskatchewan’s international trade and investment strategy which includes trade offices in Mexico, United Kingdom, United Arab Emirates, India, Singapore, Vietnam, China and Japan.
  • $4.0 million to expand the Targeted Mineral Exploration Tax Credit, driving investment into the exploration and mining of critical minerals.
  • $249.1 million of targeted funding for First Nations and Métis people and organizations, which includes funding for economic initiatives and partnerships.
  • A record $38 million for agriculture research and innovation.
  • $297.9 million in record Municipal Revenue Sharing, part of $503 million of direct provincial support to municipalities.

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