Canada's "Bread Basket" province includes the Protein Industries Canada Innovation Supercluster. The province is home to ag-tech and biotech companies, as well as businesses that help mining industries innovate.
Saskatchewan’s major industries include oil and gas, potash, farm products, and the production of various minerals and clays.
Regina is a regional hub for plant protein crop production and ag processing that is increasingly intertwined with high technology.
Regina is home to companies and institutions that are part of the Protein Industries Canada Innovation Supercluster, which leverages genomics and novel processing technology to increase the value of key Canadian crops. The sector is expected to generate $4.5 billion in GDP and create more than 4,500 jobs over the next 10 years.
Saskatoon is headquarters of the world’s largest uranium company, Cameco, and the world’s largest potash producer, Nutrien (nearly two-thirds of the world’s potash reserves are located near Saskatoon). The city’s tech sector includes over 65 companies and employs approximately 8,000 people.
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