“In 2013 we got into a technology accelerator in San Francisco and we learned all we could then we brought it back to Saskatchewan to grow it. People thought we were crazy to leave the tech ecosystem of the world to go build it in Saskatchewan.”

Jordan Boesch, Founder & CEO, 7Shifts

Access to global markets, R&D support, solid infrastructure, and a supportive technology cluster. Find out why technology companies are thinking big and choosing to invest and grow here.

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Brandt Group of Companies
Feb 23, 2024
University of Regina
Feb 22, 2024
Regina Police Services
Feb 22, 2024
Viterra (Regina)
Feb 22, 2024
City of Regina
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Feb 16, 2024

Saskatchewan's Tech Talent Pathway

If you’re a highly skilled technology professional interested in building your career and home right here in Saskatchewan, the Tech Talent Pathway may be an option for you.


Under the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee program (SINP). This pathway will provide Saskatchewan employers with a dedicated stream to attract highly skilled technology professionals into the province’s thriving tech sector.

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High quality of life meets low cost of living

In Saskatchewan, housing costs are lower than in most major Canadian cities. Owning a home is affordable and achievable for many. What’s more, you can get home fast too — the average commute time in Regina and Saskatoon is just 20 minutes.

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Technology companies are choosing Saskatchewan

With strong incentives and a supportive industry, it’s no coincidence that technology businesses prefer it here. Whether you’re looking for a tech start up where you can spread your wings, or an established market leader that will support your career — Saskatchewan has the opportunity for you. 

Ready to apply?

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Educational excellence

A strong educational network, in Saskatoon and Regina, attracts increased enrolment locally and internationally.


The University of Regina is at the forefront of energy and climate change research. The University of Saskatchewan, in Saskatoon, is recognized for its work with information technology and biotechnology. 


Saskatchewan Polytechnic prepares students to enter the workforce with hands-on, applied learning and research to support Saskatchewan's economic growth.


If you've got the skills, Saskatchewan has the jobs

Relocating to another province — or another country — is a brave and exciting decision. Saskatchewan cities offer the vibrancy and culture of major urban centres with friendly, down-to-earth people that you just won’t find anywhere else. Although our main cities are smaller in scale, the opportunities here are abundant.


If you’re a graduate at the beginning of your career, Saskatchewan’s technology businesses are looking for candidates like you. Many businesses offer training and further education to help you grow and further your skills.


If you’re experienced within the technology sector, Saskatchewan could offer you a better quality of life as well as a stimulating job. A short commute and low living costs mean more time spent with your family and less time behind a desk.


So, what are you waiting for? Apply for your dream job today!