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The Ministry of Trade and Export Development advances economic growth to generate wealth and opportunity in Saskatchewan. The ministry facilitates a co-ordinated cross-government approach to attract investment and grow export markets. The ministry fosters and supports a competitive business environment, facilitates trade and strengthens Saskatchewan's international relations.
Learn about investment and business opportunities in Saskatchewan's key economic sectors.
The plan for 2022-23 reflects the government's goals of sustaining growth and opportunities for Saskatchewan people, meeting the challenges of growth, securing a better quality of life for all Saskatchewan people and delivering responsive and responsible government.
For previous ministry plans, please visit Prior Year Plans, Reports and Guiding Documents.
The Ministry of Trade and Export Development's 2021-22 Annual Report presents the ministry's activities and results for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2023. It reports to the public and elected officials on public commitments made and other key accomplishments of the ministry.
Previous fiscal year annual reports can be found by visiting Prior Year Plans, Reports and Guiding Documents.
Starting a Business
Find the resources you need to plan, manage and grow your business.
Saskatchewan Manufacturers and Suppliers Guide
Use this database to find Saskatchewan-made goods and services, or list your company for additional exposure to potential customers.
First Nations, Métis, and Northern Economic Development
Find information on programs that support Saskatchewan First Nations and Métis business owners and entrepreneurs.
Labour-sponsored Venture Capital Corporation Funds
Invest in shares of Saskatchewan companies to be eligible for tax credits and RRSP deductions.
|Mailing Address||Room 346, 2405 Legislative Drive, Regina, SK, S4S 0B3|
Deputy Minister's Office
|Physical Address||3rd floor, 2103 - 11th Avenue, Regina, SK|
|Mailing Address||300, 2103 - 11th Avenue, Regina, SK, S4P 3Z8|
You can find all publications for this ministry in the Publications Centre.
The acts and regulations administered by the Ministry of Trade and Export Development are available in PDF format. The links below are provided with the consent of Office of the King's Printer pursuant to Government of Saskatchewan copyright policies. Printed copies of the legislation are also available through the Freelaw® website.Legislation assigned to the Minister of Trade and Export Development
Delegation Will Explore New Opportunities For Trade And Collaboration On Energy Transition Trade and Export Development Minister Jeremy Harrison...
Today, Statistics Canada released December 2022 numbers on the value of building permits, with Saskatchewan jumping 26.1 per cent (seasonally...
Saskatchewan's trade strength continues to build, with the value of wholesale trade seeing an increase of 26.7 per cent between November 2021 and...
Statistics Canada has released the November 2022 manufacturing sales and investment in building construction data, showing Saskatchewan's economy...
Saskatchewan's economy remains one of the strongest in the nation, with November 2022 merchandise exports seeing a 44.5 per cent increase compared...
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