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The Re-Open Saskatchewan plan was released on April 23rd.

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30 Goals for 2030

30 Goals for 2030

  • 1.4 million people living in Saskatchewan.
  • 100,000 new jobs.
  • Grow private capital investment in Saskatchewan to $16 billion annually.
  • Increase the value of exports by 50 per cent.
  • Grow the number of international markets to which Saskatchewan exports more than $1 billion.
  • Grow Saskatchewan's agri-food exports to $20 billion.
  • Increase crop production to 45 million metric tonnes and livestock cash receipts to $3 billion.
  • Expand irrigation in Saskatchewan.
  • Increase agriculture value-added revenue to $10 billion.
  • Crush 75 per cent of the canola Saskatchewan produces in Saskatchewan.
  • Process 50 per cent of the pulse crops Saskatchewan produces in Saskatchewan.
  • Double meat processing and animal feed value-added revenue to more than $1 billion.
  • Increase oil production by 25 per cent to 600,000 barrels per day.
  • Increase the annual value of uranium sales to $2 billion.
  • Increase the annual value of potash sales to $9 billion.
  • Double the growth of Saskatchewan's forestry sector.
  • Grow Indigenous participation in Saskatchewan's natural resource industries.
  • Triple the growth of Saskatchewan's technology sector.
  • Increase the value of Saskatchewan manufacturing exports by 50 per cent.
  • Increase tourist expenditures in Saskatchewan by 50 per cent.
  • Enhance oil recovery, carbon capture utilization and storage and position Saskatchewan as the best place in North America to test, commercialize and scale new oil and gas technologies.
  • Invest $30 billion in infrastructure over the next decade.
  • Build and upgrade 10,000 kilometres of highways.
  • Expand Saskatchewan's export infrastructure.
  • Keep the budget balanced.
  • Keep Saskatchewan's debt-to-economic growth (GDP) ratio within the top three in Canada.
  • Deliver on Saskatchewan's climate change strategy, Prairie Resilience.
  • Advance development of zero-emission small modular reactor technology.
  • Support communities through $2.5 billion in revenue sharing.
  • Reduce surgical wait times to a three-month target.

Read the complete Growth Plan.