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The Government of Canada is seeking input from the business community on two issues:

  1. Consultation on trade with the UK, to inform the negotiations for a Canada-UK agreement and for the UK's accession to the CPTPP. Learn more.
  2. Consultation on Canada's accession to the Digital Economy Partnership Agreement. Learn more.

If you plan to make a submission, please inform Nancy Carlson, Senior Trade Policy Analyst, Ministry of Trade and Export Development, so the Province can advocate on your behalf.
With 211 Saskatchewan, all citizens are just a phone call, a “click” or a text away from accessing information and referrals to all non-emergency community and government services, over 6,000 programs and services available in over 175 languages, including 17 Indigenous languages over the phone. Learn more.
Want the world to know about your growing business? Nominate it for the Globe and Mail's third-annual Report on Business ranking of Canada’s Top Growing Companies! Deadline is May 31, 2021. Learn more.
This communication is intended to provide timely and important information to municipal leaders, health system partners, health and hospital foundations, and other community based organizations. Please feel free to distribute among your stakeholders as appropriate. Learn more.
Mashup Lab is offering a FREE virtual business incubator to rural Saskatchewan entrepreneurs. The next session starts April 22 and will give you the chance to explore the viability of a new business idea. Whether you've never done anything entrepreneurial before, or you're trying to pivot your business to a new environment, this program could be for you. Learn more.
For many, employers and workers alike, the concept of workplace psychological health and safety (PH&S) is new and may feel overwhelming. WorkSafe Saskatchewan, in partnership with Dr. Joti Samra, R.Psych. and MyWorkplaceHealth, has created a resource centre to support you in navigating through the key principles and best practices associated with PH&S. Learn more.
Join us for our Annual General Meeting on May 4, which will include the swearing in of our new Board Chair Thomas Benjoe as well as a special guest speaker, Dr. Robyn Hanley-Dafoe. Dr. Robyne Hanley-Dafoe is a multi-award-winning psychology and education instructor who specializes in resiliency, navigating stress and change, and personal wellness in the workplace. Register here.
The next decade of growth in the value-added sector is here. What does it look like? Visit to register now for the 2021 Agri-Value Forum and Networking Event taking place virtually from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. on May 4 and 5. Questions? Call 306-933-6128 or e-mail
Join Bridges Health for this amazing half-day session with world renowned speakers to learn about resilience and hope. Breaking Barriers 2021 will be held virtually, allowing individuals from around the world to connect together and increase understanding of mental health to decrease the stigma. Breaking Barriers is a fundraising event, with the event proceeds being donated back to mental wellness initiatives in Saskatchewan. Learn more.
Our economic recovery involves coordinated action from businesses, non-profits and the government. On April 19, join former Minister of Advanced Education, Innovation Saskatchewan and Minister Responsible for the Status of Women, Tina Beaudry-Mellor and the Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy for a new workshop designed to supercharge relationships between Saskatchewan businesses and the government. Learn more.
The Saskatchewan Construction Association's We Build magazine spring edition has arrived and features an article by SCC CEO, Steve McLellan. Read Steve's article, "When the Tide Goes Out...." on page 18! Read more.
Cameco announced that it plans to restart production in April at its Cigar Lake uranium mine located in northern Saskatchewan.
Production at Cigar Lake was temporarily suspended in December 2020 due to increasing risks posed by the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Learn more.
Last fall, NAV CANADA launched 29 aeronautical studies in an effort to safely streamline its operations, ensuring that air navigation services align with market demand. After considerable consultation with airlines, airports, industry associations, local officials and internal stakeholders, NAV CANADA has elected to limit changes to services across the country.

NAV CANADA has confirmed there will be no site closures at air traffic control towers or flight service stations across the country. Learn more.
On April 21, join Futurpreneur, Clarence Campeau Development Fund, and Louis Riel Capital Corporation for the Métis Entrepreneur Access to Capital (Prairies) webinar to learn how to finance your business. Learn more.
Denison Mines Corp. is pleased to announce that it has entered into a Participation and Funding Agreement and Letter of Intent with the English River First Nation in connection with the advancement of the proposed in-situ recovery uranium mining operation at Denison's 90% owned Wheeler River Uranium Project, which is located in the eastern portion of the Athabasca Basin region, in northern Saskatchewan. Learn more.
NACCA, the Government of Canada, BDC and other government partners increase access to capital with an innovative, evergreen fund, a first of its kind in Canada.
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