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Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan’s primary industries include agriculture, mining, energy, and manufacturing. The province is known for its vast agricultural production, particularly in wheat, canola, pulses, and livestock. Mining contributes significantly, with Saskatchewan being a major global producer of potash, uranium, and other minerals. The energy sector focuses on oil and natural gas extraction, alongside renewable energy sources like wind and solar power. Manufacturing spans various sectors, including food processing, machinery, and steel fabrication. Working conditions vary: agriculture involves seasonal demands and rural settings, mining demands specialized skills and can be remote, energy sectors offer opportunities in extraction and production, and manufacturing provides diverse roles in urban centers. Saskatchewan’s economic backbone lies in its natural resources, supporting various industries and employment opportunities.

Important Dates:
Feb. 29 – workers comp 2024 payroll filing deadline.

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