If you have an established business the websites below can provide information that may help your business continue to flourish.
|BizPal||BizPal||www.bizpal.gov.sk.ca||Business Permit and Licence Information|
|Creative Saskatchewan||Homepage||https://www.creativesask.ca/||Creative Saskatchewan invests in creative entrepreneurs and businesses. We invest in commercial success in six of Saskatchewan’s creative sectors|
|Innovation Saskatchewan||Homepage||https://innovationsask.ca/||Our mandate is to develop policies and programs and conduct activities that assist in the implementation of the innovation priorities of the Government of Saskatchewan.|
|Province of Saskatchewan||Employment Standards||www.saskatchewan.ca/business/employment-standards||Information on employment standards and workplace rights and responsibilities for Saskatchewan employers and employees. Information on Saskatchewan legislative acts and regulations pertaining to employment and labour.|
|Province of Saskatchewan||OH&S||https://www.saskatchewan.ca/business/safety-in-the-workplace||Safety in the Workplace|
|Province of Saskatchewan||Homepage||https://www.saskatchewan.ca/business||Find services and information for doing business in Saskatchewan.|
|Province of Saskatchewan||Covid Resources||https://www.saskatchewan.ca/covid19-businesses||Find federal and provincial support available to businesses.|
|Province of Saskatchewan||SaskTenders||https://sasktenders.ca/content/public/Search.aspx||SaskTenders is the primary gateway for public sector tender notices for Saskatchewan. With hundreds of open competitions at any given time, SaskTenders is the best way to access public tender opportunities in Saskatchewan.|
|Saskatchewan Trade and Export Partnership (STEP)||Homepage||www.sasktrade.com||Saskatchewan Trade and Export Partnership (STEP) champions the province’s export industry and assists provincial businesses in realizing global marketing opportunities.|
|Workers’ Compensation Board (WCB)||Homepage||www.wcbsask.com||The WCB was founded to assist workers and employers in the case of a workplace injury.|
|WorkSafe Saskatchewan||Homepage||https://www.worksafesask.ca/||Formed in 2002 out of a need to reduce the number of workplace injuries and fatalities, the partners work through an integrated provincial injury prevention strategy to deliver programs that move Saskatchewan towards zero workplace injuries.|
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