Saskatchewan is Building Communities
Saskatchewan prioritizes collaboration and sustainability, working closely with local communities and drawing upon Indigenous knowledge to protect our land. Community support is something we value; it’s at the root of everything we do. Saskatchewan is where industry and community thrive together.
More than businesses – we’re partners, stewards and allies, fostering strong bonds and promoting sustainable development. Everyone benefits when we work together.
Since 2017, Saskatchewan has committed more than $677 million towards nearly 840 water, wastewater, solid waste and community, culture and recreation projects.
There are a half-dozen world-renowned organizations advancing global sustainability through research right here in Saskatchewan.
The total amount in loan guarantees set aside for Indigenous groups to invest in natural resource development and value-added agriculture projects through the Saskatchewan Indigenous Investment Finance Corporation.
Approximately 50 per cent of workers on Saskatchewan uranium mine sites are also residents of the province’s north.
Saskatchewan is enhancing climate science and adaptation knowledge to incorporate climate change into forest management plans, which has elevated emergency readiness, wildfire management and other essential practices. The forest industry supports nearly 8,000 direct and indirect jobs, with Indigenous people making up nearly 30 per cent of the total forestry workforce in Saskatchewan.
There are 7 programs from the Government of Saskatchewan that offer financial support to encourage the development and adoption of clean technology.