Situated in the western part of Canada, Saskatchewan is one of the only two land-locked provinces in Canada. Despite that, it is abundant with natural resources, reservoirs, and rivers. The province has more than 100,000 lakes and each of its water bodies adds to make 10% of freshwater cover in the province. Often dubbed as the Bread Basket of Canada and the Bread Basket of the World, Saskatchewan’s economy is hugely dependent on its agriculture sector. The agricultural land present in this province constitutes about 44% of the whole agricultural land present in Canada. Needless to say, for small-scale businesses, Saskatchewan is a safe haven, more so because of the various tools and resources present at their disposal.
Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce
The Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce is a provincial not-for-profit organization that supports the interests of business, including civic, commercial and industrial enterprise.
Its membership includes individual business firms, as well as provincial business and professional associations and government agencies.
Regina & District Chamber of Commerce
The Regina & District Chamber of Commerce has created a solid foundation for our local business community. We strive to provide our members with a trusted and valued business advocacy voice and educational support.
Indigenous Business Development Services
Indigenous Business Development Services was established in 2017 to expand resources for Indigenous entrepreneurs in BC. IBDS works directly with organizations in BC that operate in or near Indigenous communities and are interested in hosting business development programming in their community.
SaskMétis Economic Development Corporation
SaskMétis Economic Development Corporation (SMEDCO) is the Economic Development hub for the Métis Nation – Saskatchewan Since our establishment in 1987, SaskMétis Economic Development Corporation has been owned by the Métis Nation ~ Saskatchewan Secretariat Inc and is a Métis Capital Corporation that’s proud to support Métis business owners in Saskatchewan.