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Monday, November 24, 2014
Saskatchewan. Building an innovative, thriving and sustainable economy.

In May 2012, the Ministry of the Economy was created to bring a sharper, more integrated approach to the province's economic growth. The ministry’s mission is to “advance economic growth to generate wealth and opportunity in Saskatchewan.”

It has three core lines of business:

  • To advance and regulate responsible resource development
  • To develop, attract and retain skilled workers
  • To enhance economic growth and competitiveness in the province

The new structure brings together key economic levers – including labour market development and immigration, energy and resource management, and economic development including First Nations, Métis and northern economic development. This integration will help achieve the objectives laid out in the Saskatchewan Plan for Growth, released in October 2012.

For more details see Ministry Structure

In May 2012, the Ministry of the Economy was created as a result of a re-structuring in several line ministries within the Government of Saskatchewan. 

Ministry employees serve the public from operations across the province including the head office in Regina.

Contact information for our offices in Regina, and satellite offices throughout Saskatchewan.



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