Driving economic growth through oil and gas

Canadian Light Source

Driving economic growth through mining and minerals

Life Science Leaders

Driving economic growth through agriculture


Innovation Saskatchewan

Located at beautiful Innovation Place in Saskatoon, Innovation Saskatchewan is the central agency of the Government of Saskatchewan with responsibility for implementing Saskatchewan’s innovation priorities.

INNOVATION can be defined as the creation and transformation of knowledge and ideas into new products, processes and services that meet market needs.

Our mandate is to develop policies and programs and conduct activities that assist in the implementation of the innovation priorities of the Government of Saskatchewan.

Economic Overview

Saskatchewan has what the world needs: agricultural crops to feed a hungry planet, the potash to help those crops grow, and the oil and uranium needed to fuel a global economy.

To learn more:

Read the Economic Overview Brochure 



News & Events

Saskatchewan's Cyclotron Cuts Wait Times in Province and Provides Back-Up Services for Alberta Patients

The Saskatchewan Centre for Cyclotron Sciences (Cyclotron), which produces radioisotopes, has reduced wait times to one week for patients in the province requiring PET-CT scans.  This information was announced by Premier Brad Wall today at an event at the Cyclotron in Saskatoon.

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Saskatchewan Launches Technology Incubator in Saskatoon

Premier Brad Wall today announced the launch of Saskatchewan’s first technology incubator in Saskatoon.  Located at Innovation Place, Co.Labs is designed to provide early-stage technology startups with the skills, mentorship and support required to build successful technology companies in the province.  

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Our Partners & Networks

Innovation Saskatchewan (IS) has earned a reputation for successful project management, objective funding assessments, collaborative program delivery, and scientific and technical expertise.

Because of this, IS’s partners and responsibilities were expanded in 2016 to oversee provincial investment in high-profile research facilities, organizations and programs.  

Read more about our partners and networks