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

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Options to Live, Work and Study in Saskatchewan

There are many ways to come to Saskatchewan. You can come here temporarily to visit, study or work.

You can also come permanently to start a business or work. Learn more below.

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1. Visit

You can visit Saskatchewan as a tourist or for business. You may need a visa to travel to Canada or an Electronic Travel Authorization (ETA). Both are issued by the federal government.

Learn more about visiting Saskatchewan.

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2. Study

Saskatchewan is a great place to study. The province has many schools, colleges and training institutions.

You'll likely need a Study Permit or a Temporary Resident Visa to study here. However, there are some exceptions.

Learn more about moving to study in Saskatchewan.

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3. Work

If you want to come to Saskatchewan to work, and you're not a Canadian citizen or permanent resident, you may need a work permit.

Even if your job doesn't need a work permit, you may still have to follow other rules. Some of these rules include being in Canada for a defined period or restrictions to what you're able to do in Canada. Learn more at the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) website.

Regulated occupations

Some jobs in Saskatchewan are regulated. This means it's governed by provincial laws or a regulatory body. If you want to work in Saskatchewan, find out if your job is regulated in the province. If it is, it's a good idea to contact the regulatory body to learn if your education and work experience will be recognized in Saskatchewan.

Getting a work permit

You can apply for a work permit at any time. You'll need to meet Canada's eligibility requirements before you're issued a work permit.

Visit the Work in Canada page to learn how you can get a work permit and what you'll need.

Find a Job

If you want to find or apply for a job in Saskatchewan, visit Working in Saskatchewan. You can also learn about the workplace in Saskatchewan, what to expect on the job, and what rights and responsibilities you have as an employee.

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4. Immigrate

The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) is one way to immigrate to Saskatchewan. Some other federal options include Express Entry and the Family Sponsorship program.

Through the SINP, Saskatchewan nominates people to move here as permanent residents. To be accepted, you need to have the skills, education, and work experience that match Saskatchewan's needs.

How does the SINP work?

Saskatchewan has an agreement with the federal government that allows it to nominate immigrants who want to come here.

If you're interested, you'll have to apply through one of the SINP categories below:

Visit the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program page to learn more.

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