Saskatchewan's International Offices

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  • 1. Saskatchewan
  • 2. China
  • 3. Japan
  • 4. Mexico
  • 5. India
  • 6. Singapore
  • 7. UAE
  • 8. UK
  • 9. Vietnam

Saskatchewan

Regina

Bryan Dilling

Director, Investment Attraction

bryan.dilling.thinksask@gov.sk.ca

China

Shanghai

Winston Kan

Managing Director of the Saskatchewan China Office

china@gov.sk.ca

Japan

Tokyo

David Anderson

Managing Director of the Saskatchewan Japan Office

japan@gov.sk.ca

Mexico

México D.F.

Horacio Cuevas

Managing Director of the Saskatchewan Mexico Office

mexico@gov.sk.ca

India

New Delhi

Victor Lee

Managing Director of the Saskatchewan India Office

india@gov.sk.ca

Singapore

Singapore

Greg Eidsness

Managing Director of the Saskatchewan Singapore Office

singapore@gov.sk.ca

UAE

Dubai

Kyle Procyshyn

Managing Director of the Saskatchewan United Arab Emirates Office

uae@gov.sk.ca

UK

London

Ranissah Samah

Agent-General of the Saskatchewan United Kingdom Office

uk@gov.sk.ca

Vietnam

Ho Chi Minh City

Ha Nguyen

Managing Director of the Saskatchewan Vietnam Office

vietnam@gov.sk.ca

Please contact the Saskatchewan office for all North American inquiries.

Please contact the Saskatchewan office for all North American inquiries.

Saskatchewan

Regina

Bryan Dilling

Director, Investment Attraction

bryan.dilling.thinksask@gov.sk.ca

China

Shanghai

Winston Kan

Managing Director of the Saskatchewan China Office

china@gov.sk.ca

Japan

Tokyo

David Anderson

Managing Director of the Saskatchewan Japan Office

japan@gov.sk.ca

Mexico

México D.F.

Horacio Cuevas

Managing Director of the Saskatchewan Mexico Office

mexico@gov.sk.ca

India

New Delhi

Victor Lee

Managing Director of the Saskatchewan India Office

india@gov.sk.ca

Singapore

Singapore

Greg Eidsness

Managing Director of the Saskatchewan Singapore Office

singapore@gov.sk.ca

UAE

Dubai

Kyle Procyshyn

Managing Director of the Saskatchewan United Arab Emirates Office

uae@gov.sk.ca

UK

London

Ranissah Samah

Agent-General of the Saskatchewan United Kingdom Office

uk@gov.sk.ca

Vietnam

Ho Chi Minh City

Ha Nguyen

Managing Director of the Saskatchewan Vietnam Office

vietnam@gov.sk.ca

Why invest and do business in Saskatchewan

  • 34 million hectares of forest

Over half of Saskatchewan is forested. The commercial forest zone is 12 million hectares, of which 5 million hectares are classified as productive forest land available for commercial timber harvesting. 
 

  • Surplus timber

Significant timber is available within annual allowable cut for new mill investments. Learn more.​​​
 

  • Forest Product Buyers' Guide

Key information about Saskatchewan forest products to buyers around the world. Download guide

 

 

  • Sustainable forest management 

Forests are sustainably managed in cooperation with industry, local stakeholders, communities and Indigenous groups. Download Saskatchewan's forestry investment factsheet.

 

  • Surplus biomass

Significant biomass is available from forest products, mill wood waste and timber harvesting operations. Learn more.
 

  • Competitive manufacturing costs

A number of tax credits and incentives are available to encourage growth in Saskatchewan’s manufacturing sector. 

 

 

Annual forest products sales of over $1 billion and the sector supports nearly 8,000 direct and indirect jobs.

Ron Dunn, Edgewood Forest Products, Chief Operating Officer, explains how Saskatchewan’s sustainable and growing forestry industry delivers for investors and employees.

Meadow Lake Tribal Council is building a biomass power generation plant at their NorSask sawmill in Meadow Lake. To be completed in early 2022, the plant will convert wood waste into renewable energy and help to create jobs and economic growth for MLTC members and northern Saskatchewan.

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    Saskatchewan has a lot of forests so I think it will be a good industry for many many years to come.

    Dean Christiansen

    Dean Christiansen

    Owner, Christiansen Lumber

Forestry sector stories

Learn more about opportunities in Saskatchewan's forestry industry.

A lot of families have farms in their backyard, but the Christiansens have a saw mill. The unique family-owned business focuses on Saskatchewan timber products and has been running since the mid 1970's. The company takes pride in Saskatchewan's reforestation program which replants every hectre of forest that is logged. 

The restart of the Prince Albert pulp mill to create 1,650 jobs and enhance northern economic development.

The Government of Saskatchewan announced the approval of timber allocations to support the proposed expansion of the Dunkley Lumber sawmill in Carrot River.

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