Once upon a time, in a land nearby, there was a city filled with boundless opportunities, passionate people, big skies, and even bigger ideas. This remarkable city was at a pivotal time in history where anything was possible. This is a story about a city on the quest to answer the question: How to grow a city in the new economy?
— Losses in Saskatchewan 52,900 jobs were lost in Saskatchewan this April, reflecting continued layoffs from the COVID-19 pandemic. Including the drop of almost 21,000 jobs in March, the province’s losses […]
— SREDA released Saskatoon’s first economic growth strategy, Growing Together: A vision for Saskatoon’s new economy, at the annual SREDA Forum on Friday, March 6th. Mayor Charlie Clark and SREDA’s President […]
— WARMAN, SK – The Saskatoon Regional Economic Development Authority (SREDA), Saskatchewan First Nations Economic Development Network (SFNEDN), and Great Plains College were proud to award the third SREDA Indigenous Economic […]
— North America’s leading economic development publication, Site Selection Magazine, has recognized the Saskatoon Regional Economic Development Authority (SREDA) as one of Canada’s top-performing economic development agencies. This is the second year in […]
— SREDA has attracted the attention of companies worldwide to travel to Saskatoon bringing with them their agriculture advancements and innovations. As part of SREDA’s Agriculture Technology HARVEST Program (HARVEST), seven […]
— Saskatchewan is known for its abundance of natural resources and the industries surrounding them. Learn how one of these industries — Manufacturing — is an important contributor to the Saskatchewan […]