Saskatchewan's International Offices

Connect with us for trade and investment opportunities.

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

Saskatchewan

Regina

Robin Speer

Director, Investment Attraction

robin.speer.thinksask@gov.sk.ca

China

Shanghai

Winston Kan

Managing Director of the Saskatchewan China Office

china@gov.sk.ca

Germany

Berlin

David Anderson

Managing Director of the Saskatchewan Germany Office

germany@gov.sk.ca

Japan

Tokyo

Claire Citeau

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

Scott Matthies

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

Robin Speer

Director, Investment Attraction

robin.speer.thinksask@gov.sk.ca

China

Shanghai

Winston Kan

Managing Director of the Saskatchewan China Office

china@gov.sk.ca

Germany

Berlin

David Anderson

Managing Director of the Saskatchewan Germany Office

germany@gov.sk.ca

Japan

Tokyo

Claire Citeau

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

Scott Matthies

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

  • #1 in Canada for Mining Investment Attractiveness

Ranked by the Fraser Institute as Canada's most attractive jurisdiction for mining investment in 2021—thanks to strong, stable regulatory and royalty systems.

 

  • Saskatchewan Geological Survey

Saskatchewan provides innovative, high-quality geoscience information to support the development of the province’s mining resources. Checkout the GeoAtlas.

 

  • Providing 10% of Global Helium Supply by 2030

Saskatchewan’s Helium Action plan supports the growth of helium exploration, production, innovation, processing, and export infrastructure.

  • Start Drilling With a 25% Rebate on Drilling Costs

Saskatchewan offers a rebate to drill in targeted areas of high mineral potential for diamonds, base and precious metals: Targeted Mineral Exploration Incentive.

 

 

  • Securing the Future

Home to 23 critical minerals, Saskatchewan has a plan to sustainably meet global demand for critical minerals such as lithium, hydrogen, and rare earth elements: Saskatchewan's Critical Mineral Strategy.

 

  • Potash and Uranium

Saskatchewan has the world’s largest potash industry and the world’s largest high-grade uranium deposits.

1st in Canada for mining investment attractiveness, according to the Fraser Institute. 

Just one of the reasons these companies are investing here!

Saskatchewan is emerging as a leader in sustainable resource development, powered by a vibrant industry, technological innovation and Indigenous partnerships.

 Foran Mining is operating the world's first carbon-neutral copper development project on an area of 20,900 hectares

  • Quote Icon

    Our dealings with the Saskatchewan government has been very constructive. They have very clear guidelines set out.

    Patrick Soares

    Patrick Soares

    President and CEO, Foran Mining Corporation

  • Quote Icon

    Saskatchewan is well-endowed with mineral assets from potash, to uranium, to gold.

    Jean-Charles Potvin

    Jean-Charles Potvin

    Chairman, Murchison Minerals

Mining Stories

Check out these stories to learn more about opportunities in the mining industry.

In response to the growing demand and escalating concern around global food security, Saskatchewan's potash sector is ramping up production.

Saskatchewan is the largest potash producer in the world and the sole producer in Canada, typically accounting for about 30 per cent of global potash production. 

Saskatchewan’s resource sector continues to gain momentum with the emergence of lithium, used primarily in portable electronic devices and electric vehicles.

Prairie Lithium Corporation, a Regina-based lithium technology development company, has shown strong results in extracting lithium from Saskatchewan oilfield brines.

The Saskatchewan Geological Survey provides geological information through two labs in Regina and La Ronge.

The labs maintain a comprehensive repository of drill core and drill cuttings recovered primarily from oil, gas, and potash exploration in the southern part of the province.

Talk to us

Talk to us

Whether you're looking to re-locate, build a partnership, expand operations, or explore our investment opportunities – we're here for you.


Contact Us