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20 Actions for 2020

20 Actions for the 2020s

  • Growing our population by keeping more young people in Saskatchewan and increasing immigration to the province.
  • Maintaining a competitive tax environment and undertaking SaskFirst new growth tax incentives.
  • Growing Saskatchewan exports and core exporting sectors, such as manufacturing.
  • Engaging internationally to secure access and expand international markets for Saskatchewan products.
  • Growing Saskatchewan's agricultural economy.
  • Adding value and increasing Saskatchewan-based processing of the province's agricultural products.
  • Growing Saskatchewan's oil, gas and natural resource economy.
  • Promoting the quality and sustainability of Saskatchewan's agricultural and natural resource exports.
  • Creating opportunities by reducing interprovincial barriers to trade.
  • Growing Indigenous participation in the economy through the growth of Saskatchewan's natural resource industries and labour market development.
  • Expanding Saskatchewan's export infrastructure.
  • Supporting the transformation of Saskatchewan's economy through innovation and technology and the growth of Saskatchewan's technology sector.
  • Developing Saskatchewan's labour force.
  • Growing small businesses and reducing government red tape for businesses.
  • Delivering on Saskatchewan's climate change plan to reduce carbon emissions.
  • Reducing carbon emissions in electricity production and advancing the development of zero-emission small modular reactor technology using Saskatchewan uranium.
  • Keeping the province's finances strong and the budget balanced.
  • Building strong communities by investing in infrastructure.
  • Delivering on the purpose of growth by ensuring growth builds a better quality of life for Saskatchewan families and communities.
  • Always standing for a strong Saskatchewan.

Read the complete Growth Plan.