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The Government of Saskatchewan has outlined 20 actions for the 2020s to build a strong economy, strong communities and strong families, to build a stronger Saskatchewan.
The Government of Saskatchewan has outlined 30 goals for 2030 to build a strong economy, strong communities and strong families, to build a stronger Saskatchewan.
Growing a strong economy for a strong Saskatchewan.
The Government of Saskatchewan is opening new international trade and investment offices in key markets to increase exports, attract more investment to the province, and strengthen relationships with international partners and customers.
The Government of Saskatchewan has contracted global affairs firm Harper and Associates to support the province’s increased focus on international trade and engagement.
Le Plan de croissance de la Saskatchewan pour la décennie de croissance 2020 à 2030 servira de feuille de route afin de créer 100 000 nouveaux emplois pour une population de 1,4 million d’habitants.
Read the complete Growth Plan.