Innovation Saskatchewan is responsible for implementing the province’s innovation priorities and helping grow Saskatchewan’s tech sector. Effective April 2022, this includes operation of the Innovation Place technology parks in Saskatoon and Regina. Learn more.


Knowledge and innovation play an important part in Saskatchewan’s future economic success.

The province’s natural economic strengths – strong wages, lower cost of living, and government programs that encourage investment – are showing the world that Saskatchewan is a great place to develop technology. The tech sector is a large employer in the province, employing young, highly educated, and diverse employees.

Innovation Saskatchewan has several successful programs that help foster tech innovations in the province.

  • The Saskatchewan Technology Startup Incentive (STSI), launched in 2018, is a 45% non-refundable tax credit available to individual, corporate, and venture capital corporations that invest in eligible technology startups.
  • Co.Labs is Saskatchewan’s first technology incubator, working with exceptional founders and teams to navigate the path from idea to $1M in annual revenue.

Interested in a career in tech? Learn more about Careers in Technology.