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Farmer's Market in downtown Regina

Whether it's the lure of a balanced lifestyle, being closer to friends and family or an exciting opportunity that has you on the move - we're happy to welcome you!

Here are a few links to our programs and services that will help you make the move.

 

Ask about living and working in Saskatchewan


Find out more about the province that's down to earth, but where the sky's the limit!
Before a corporation or business name can be registered, the proposed name must be searched against all other registered names in Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan's quality of life is high, while the cost of living is low. That makes the province a great place to live and raise a family, and a great place to locate or invest in a business.
 
In Saskatchewan driver licensing and testing is handled by Saskatchewan Government Insurance.
Provides information for parents, caregivers and communities on Child Care in Saskatchewan
ExpressAddress offers resident of Saskatchewan a convenient way to notify multiple Saskatchewan organizations of your move through one easy to use online service.
The Career Centre lists all jobs currently available in the Saskatchewan public service, as well as resources and tools to help you with your career.
Find a doctor or health clinic in your health region. Health regions can help you find out which physicians are taking new patients.
The Graduate Retention Program (GRP) is a refundable income tax credit to rebate up to $20,000 of tuition fees paid by eligible graduates. This initiative replaces the previous Graduate Tax Exemption beginning January 1, 2008.
 
A no-fee health care recruitment service connecting health professionals with career opportunities in regional health authorities and the Saskatchewan Cancer Agency.
If you are new to Saskatchewan and have come from another part of Canada, you must register for health coverage.
Learn about our province's new immigration strategy Strengthening our Communities and Economy - a strategy designed to foster increasingly diverse, multicultural communities while at the same time helping to support our labour market demands and sustain our province's economic growth.
 
Find a job - any kind of job - in Saskatchewan through these job search and career service sites.
A comprehensive directory of Saskatchewan's urban and rural municipalities, including names of officials, contact information, websites, meeting times and more.
Examines the province's business climate with a view to identifying competitive advantages and disadvantages, particularly relative to other jurisdictions.
 
Provides charts of selected economic indicators, their current value (monthly unless otherwise indicated), percentage growth year over year, and Saskatchewan's ranking nationally on each indicator.
 
People who move to Saskatchewan say it's more then just a great place to call home. Find out about Saskatchewan's immigration process and make an informed decision about choosing Saskatchewan as your new home.
Saskbiz provides comprehensive economic and quality of life information about communities and regions in Saskatchewan.
Tourism Saskatchewan is a market-driven, industry-led partnership responsible for tourism activities on behalf of its stakeholders. The mandate includes marketing, visitor services, education and training, product and industry development. Tourism Saskatchewan delivers services related to marketing, advertising, travel counselling, industry education and tourism promotional packaging to support the development of the Saskatchewan tourism industry.
Vehicle registrations are handled by Saskatchewan Government Insurance.
Find all you need to know about finding a job and working in the province.

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