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Ph: 306-931-2166-Ext-24
Fax: 306.933.2468
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Contact Person

Scott Blevins
City Manager

Location

P.O. Box 970
Martensville, SK  S0K 2T0
CA

Company Website

http://www.martensville.ca/

Martensville is located eight kilometres north of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Accessible via the double-lane Highway 12, and a short distance from the John G. Diefenbaker International Airport, Martensville is one of Western Canada's fastest growing cities. In the last decade, the city has grown about 7% per year. Martensville is also a young city - 75% of the community’s population is under the age of 45.

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Ph: 306-931-2166
Fax: 306.933.2468
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Contact Person

Dillon Shewchuk PCED.SK; Ec.D
Community & Economic Development Manager

Location

P.O. Box 970
Martensville, SK  S0K 2T0
CA

Company Website

http://www.martensville.ca/

Martensville is located eight kilometres north of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Accessible via the double-lane Highway 12, and a short distance from the John G. Diefenbaker International Airport, Martensville is one of Western Canada's fastest growing cities. In the last decade, the city has grown about 7% per year. Martensville is also a young city - 75% of the community’s population is under the age of 45.

Contact

Ph: 306-752-5911
Fax: 306-752-5666
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Contact Person

Brent Lutz PCED.SK
Community Development Manager

Location

P.O. Box 2230
Melfort, SK  S0E 1A0
CA

The Melfort and region business community is diversified and growing. The region has long been sustained by some of the best farmland in western Canada and from these roots has grown a manufacturing cluster the envy of the province. Melfort is ideally situated in the centre of this cluster with over 1,000 employees in manufacturing or processing within 60 kilometres of the city. The city is strategically located on the intersection of Highways 3, 6 & 41 and serves as the major retail and service centre of northeastern Saskatchewan. With over 115 billion dollars in annual retail sales, Melfort has one of the strongest retail sectors per capita in Saskatchewan. Mining may become a very important part of our future with Shore Gold’s diamond exploration project at Fort à la Corne. This is one of the largest mining exploration projects in the world and Melfort is strategically located to capitalize on spin-off opportunities, as well as being an ideal location for employees to live in. Doing business is Melfort is rewarding, with employees that symbolize the Saskatchewan work ethic combined with lifestyle and amenities the envy all over the province.

Contact

Ph: 306-752-5911
Fax: 306.752.5666
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Contact Person

Ryan Danberg
City Manager

Location

P.O. Box 2230
Melfort, SK  S0E 1A0
CA

Company Website

http://www.cityofmelfort.ca

The Melfort and region business community is diversified and growing. The region has long been sustained by some of the best farmland in western Canada and from these roots has grown a manufacturing cluster the envy of the province. Melfort is ideally situated in the centre of this cluster with over 1,000 employees in manufacturing or processing within 60 kilometres of the city. The city is strategically located on the intersection of Highways 3, 6 & 41 and serves as the major retail and service centre of northeastern Saskatchewan. With over 115 billion dollars in annual retail sales, Melfort has one of the strongest retail sectors per capita in Saskatchewan. Mining may become a very important part of our future with Shore Gold’s diamond exploration project at Fort à la Corne. This is one of the largest mining exploration projects in the world and Melfort is strategically located to capitalize on spin-off opportunities, as well as being an ideal location for employees to live in. Doing business is Melfort is rewarding, with employees that symbolize the Saskatchewan work ethic combined with lifestyle and amenities the envy all over the province.

Contact

Ph: 306-728-3722
Fax: 306.728.5911
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Contact Person

Jennifer Mann
Communications, Community Development & Tourism Manager

Location

575 2nd Avenue
Melville, SK  S0A 2P0
CA

Company Website

http://www.melville.ca/

The City of Melville is a clean, safe and friendly community of approximately 4,500 residents which constitutes an excellent environment to retire or live and raise a young family. 
Melville is located in South-Eastern Saskatchewan along Highway # 10.  There are 3 provincial highways that pass through Melville (#10, #45 and #15). Melville has a trading area extends to include approximately 17,000 consumers.

Contact

Ph: 306-694-4445
Fax: 306-691-0292
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Contact Person

Michelle Sanson
Director of Planning & Development Services

Location

228 Main Street North
Moose Jaw, SK  S6H 3J8
CA

Company Website

http://moosejaw.ca/

Moose Jaw ranks high by site selectors due to access to highways, rail, power, gas, water, communications, and a trained workforce. Moose Jaw is growth-focused with aggressive tax policies to attract investment capital. Moose Jaw serves as the western anchor to the Moose Jaw-Regina Economic Corridor, one of the largest economic regions in the province. The Corridor accounts for 20 percent of Saskatchewan’s GDP and 24 percent of its population.

Contact

Contact Person

Maureen Latta

Location

228 Main Street North
Moose Jaw, SK  S6H 3J8
CA

Company Website

http://www.moosejaw.ca/

Moose Jaw ranks high by site selectors due to access to highways, rail, power, gas, water, communications, and a trained workforce. Moose Jaw is growth-focused with aggressive tax policies to attract investment capital. Moose Jaw serves as the western anchor to the Moose Jaw-Regina Economic Corridor, one of the largest economic regions in the province. The Corridor accounts for 20 percent of Saskatchewan’s GDP and 24 percent of its population.

Contact

Ph: 306-693-7332
Fax: 306-691-0292
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Contact Person

W.James(Jim) Dixon
Economic Development Officer

Location

228 Main Street North
Moose Jaw, SK  S6H 3J8
CA

Company Website

http://www.moosejaw.ca/

Moose Jaw ranks high by site selectors due to access to highways, rail, power, gas, water, communications, and a trained workforce. Moose Jaw is growth-focused with aggressive tax policies to attract investment capital. Moose Jaw serves as the western anchor to the Moose Jaw-Regina Economic Corridor, one of the largest economic regions in the province. The Corridor accounts for 20 percent of Saskatchewan’s GDP and 24 percent of its population.

Contact

Ph: 306-445-1718
Fax: 306.445.0411
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Contact Person

Jennifer Niesink
Director of Economic Development and Planning

Location

P.O. Box 460
North Battleford, SK  S9A 2Y6
CA

Company Website

http://www.cityofnb.ca

Proudly located in Treaty Six Territory, the Battlefords region is among the fastest growing communities in the Province of Saskatchewan. Residents and visitors enjoy all the amenities of a large city with the charm and friendliness of a small town. With a large, young and growing population, this region also presents a great market opportunity for business and service development.

Contact

Ph: 306-953-4384
Fax: 306-953-4380
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Contact Person

Heather Greier PCED.SK
Economic Development Coordinator

Location

1084 Central Ave
Prince Albert, SK  S6V 7P3
CA

Company Website

http://www.citypa.ca/

Prince Albert is the third largest City in Saskatchewan. Located in the broad valley of the North Saskatchewan River near the geographical center of the province where the agricultural prairie of the south and the rich forest belt of the north meet. Much of Prince Albert is built on the sloping south bank of the North Saskatchewan River while the north bank provides a spectacular view of mixed forest, typical of northern Saskatchewan.

Prince Albert functions as a service, retail and distribution centre for northern Saskatchewan's resource industries - mining, forestry and agriculture. It is anticipated that this function will continually be enhanced by increased northern resource development. A well developed highway system links Prince Albert with surrounding areas. The City is also the focal point for Northern Saskatchewan's railway network.

Contact

Ph: 306.953.4367
Fax: 306.940.6772
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Contact Person

Kiley Bear
Communications Manager

Location

1084 Central Avenue
Prince Albert, SK  S6V 7P3
CA

Company Website

http://citypa.ca/

Prince Albert is the third largest City in Saskatchewan. Located in the broad valley of the North Saskatchewan River near the geographical center of the province where the agricultural prairie of the south and the rich forest belt of the north meet. Much of Prince Albert is built on the sloping south bank of the North Saskatchewan River while the north bank provides a spectacular view of mixed forest, typical of northern Saskatchewan.

Prince Albert functions as a service, retail and distribution centre for northern Saskatchewan's resource industries - mining, forestry and agriculture. It is anticipated that this function will continually be enhanced by increased northern resource development. A well developed highway system links Prince Albert with surrounding areas. The City is also the focal point for Northern Saskatchewan's railway network.

Contact

Ph: 306-953-4372
Fax: 306-953-4380
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Contact Person

Craig Guidinger
Director Planning & Development

Location

1084 Central Ave
Prince Albert, SK  S6V 7P3
CA

Company Website

http://www.citypa.ca/

Prince Albert is the third largest City in Saskatchewan. Located in the broad valley of the North Saskatchewan River near the geographical center of the province where the agricultural prairie of the south and the rich forest belt of the north meet. Much of Prince Albert is built on the sloping south bank of the North Saskatchewan River while the north bank provides a spectacular view of mixed forest, typical of northern Saskatchewan.

Prince Albert functions as a service, retail and distribution centre for northern Saskatchewan's resource industries - mining, forestry and agriculture. It is anticipated that this function will continually be enhanced by increased northern resource development. A well developed highway system links Prince Albert with surrounding areas. The City is also the focal point for Northern Saskatchewan's railway network.

Contact

Ph: 306-953-4362
Fax: 306-953-4380
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Contact Person

Lars Ketilson
Planner

Location

1084 Central Avenue
Prince Albert, SK  S6V 7P3
CA

Company Website

http://www.citypa.ca/

Prince Albert is the third largest City in Saskatchewan. Located in the broad valley of the North Saskatchewan River near the geographical center of the province where the agricultural prairie of the south and the rich forest belt of the north meet. Much of Prince Albert is built on the sloping south bank of the North Saskatchewan River while the north bank provides a spectacular view of mixed forest, typical of northern Saskatchewan.

Prince Albert functions as a service, retail and distribution centre for northern Saskatchewan's resource industries - mining, forestry and agriculture. It is anticipated that this function will continually be enhanced by increased northern resource development. A well developed highway system links Prince Albert with surrounding areas. The City is also the focal point for Northern Saskatchewan's railway network.

Contact

Ph: 306-953-4377
Fax: 306-953-4380
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Contact Person

Leanne Fyrk
Property Coordinator

Location

1084 Central Ave
Prince Albert, SK  S56V 7P3
CA

Company Website

http://www.citypa.ca/

Prince Albert is the third largest City in Saskatchewan. Located in the broad valley of the North Saskatchewan River near the geographical center of the province where the agricultural prairie of the south and the rich forest belt of the north meet. Much of Prince Albert is built on the sloping south bank of the North Saskatchewan River while the north bank provides a spectacular view of mixed forest, typical of northern Saskatchewan.

Prince Albert functions as a service, retail and distribution centre for northern Saskatchewan's resource industries - mining, forestry and agriculture. It is anticipated that this function will continually be enhanced by increased northern resource development. A well developed highway system links Prince Albert with surrounding areas. The City is also the focal point for Northern Saskatchewan's railway network.

Contact

Ph: 306-953-4371
Fax: 306-953-4380
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Contact Person

Janna Morgan
Planning Technician

Location

1084 Central Ave
Prince Albert, SK  S6V 7P3
CA

Company Website

http://www.citypa.ca/

Prince Albert is the third largest City in Saskatchewan. Located in the broad valley of the North Saskatchewan River near the geographical center of the province where the agricultural prairie of the south and the rich forest belt of the north meet. Much of Prince Albert is built on the sloping south bank of the North Saskatchewan River while the north bank provides a spectacular view of mixed forest, typical of northern Saskatchewan.

Prince Albert functions as a service, retail and distribution centre for northern Saskatchewan's resource industries - mining, forestry and agriculture. It is anticipated that this function will continually be enhanced by increased northern resource development. A well developed highway system links Prince Albert with surrounding areas. The City is also the focal point for Northern Saskatchewan's railway network.

Contact

Ph: 306-953-4828
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Contact Person

Bruce Vance
Marketing & Sponsorship Coordinator

Location

1084 Central Ave
Prince Albert, SK  S6V 7P3
CA

Company Website

http://www.citypa.ca/

Prince Albert is the third largest City in Saskatchewan. Located in the broad valley of the North Saskatchewan River near the geographical center of the province where the agricultural prairie of the south and the rich forest belt of the north meet. Much of Prince Albert is built on the sloping south bank of the North Saskatchewan River while the north bank provides a spectacular view of mixed forest, typical of northern Saskatchewan.

Prince Albert functions as a service, retail and distribution centre for northern Saskatchewan's resource industries - mining, forestry and agriculture. It is anticipated that this function will continually be enhanced by increased northern resource development. A well developed highway system links Prince Albert with surrounding areas. The City is also the focal point for Northern Saskatchewan's railway network.

Contact

Ph: 306-953-4376
Fax: 306-953-4380
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Contact Person

Kristina Grant
Planner

Location

1084 Central Ave
Prince Albert, SK  S6V 7P3
CA

Company Website

http://www.citypa.ca/

Prince Albert is the third largest City in Saskatchewan. Located in the broad valley of the North Saskatchewan River near the geographical center of the province where the agricultural prairie of the south and the rich forest belt of the north meet. Much of Prince Albert is built on the sloping south bank of the North Saskatchewan River while the north bank provides a spectacular view of mixed forest, typical of northern Saskatchewan.

Prince Albert functions as a service, retail and distribution centre for northern Saskatchewan's resource industries - mining, forestry and agriculture. It is anticipated that this function will continually be enhanced by increased northern resource development. A well developed highway system links Prince Albert with surrounding areas. The City is also the focal point for Northern Saskatchewan's railway network.

Contact

Ph: 306-953-4818
Fax: 306-953-4915
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Contact Person

Derek Blais
Recreation Manager

Location

1084 Central Ave
Prince Albert, SK  S5V 7P3
CA

Company Website

http://www.citypa.ca/

Prince Albert is the third largest City in Saskatchewan. Located in the broad valley of the North Saskatchewan River near the geographical center of the province where the agricultural prairie of the south and the rich forest belt of the north meet. Much of Prince Albert is built on the sloping south bank of the North Saskatchewan River while the north bank provides a spectacular view of mixed forest, typical of northern Saskatchewan.

Prince Albert functions as a service, retail and distribution centre for northern Saskatchewan's resource industries - mining, forestry and agriculture. It is anticipated that this function will continually be enhanced by increased northern resource development. A well developed highway system links Prince Albert with surrounding areas. The City is also the focal point for Northern Saskatchewan's railway network.

Contact

Ph: 306-953-4800
Fax: 306-953-4915
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Contact Person

Judy Boulet
Director of Community Services

Location

1084 Central Avenue
Prince Albert, SK  S6V 7P3
CA

Company Website

http://www.citypa.ca/

Prince Albert is the third largest City in Saskatchewan. Located in the broad valley of the North Saskatchewan River near the geographical center of the province where the agricultural prairie of the south and the rich forest belt of the north meet. Much of Prince Albert is built on the sloping south bank of the North Saskatchewan River while the north bank provides a spectacular view of mixed forest, typical of northern Saskatchewan.

Prince Albert functions as a service, retail and distribution centre for northern Saskatchewan's resource industries - mining, forestry and agriculture. It is anticipated that this function will continually be enhanced by increased northern resource development. A well developed highway system links Prince Albert with surrounding areas. The City is also the focal point for Northern Saskatchewan's railway network.

Contact

Ph: 306-778-2700
Fax: 306.778.2194
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Contact Person

Marty Salberg
Director of Business Development

Location

177, 1st Avenue NE
Swift Current, SK  S9H 3W1
CA

SWIFT CURRENT IS OPEN FOR BUSINESS

  • Significant ongoing investment in a variety of projects throughout Swift Current
  • Swift Current has received numerous prestigious provincial, national and international awards for business development strategies
  • Attractive tax exemptions and incentives for new and expanding businesses
  • One of the lowest municipal tax structures in the province
  • Ease of local transportation with Swift Current’s bus service
  • Most popular mid-sized city for immigration in the province