Country Living for Every Generation!

Business Support

This page is a resource to help guide you, whether you are looking to get involved in the business community, expand your business or find financial support.

Entrepreneurship is one of the keys to job creation in Saskatchewan. Entrepreneurs, working alone or in co-operatives, create the small businesses that provide most of the jobs in the province. The 2023 Small Business Profile report shows that:

  • Small businesses (those with fewer than 50 employees) account for 98.8% of the over 147,000 businesses operating in Saskatchewan.
  • Small businesses provide most of the jobs in the province. In 2022, small businesses employed about 31% of the province’s workers.
  • In 2022, small businesses accounted for 24% of Saskatchewan’s GDP.

Business Resources



SK Startup Institute is committed to helping entrepreneurs, whether you’re starting your first business or growing an existing one. 

With an incredible team of business advisors and industry experts, as well as critical research data tailored just for you, you’ll feel supported every step of the way and find the tools and resources to make your dream a reality

SK Startup Institute

NEIL SQUIRE Society uses technology, knowledge and passion to empower Canadians with disabilities.  People with disabilities or health conditions can apply for assistance with distance computer learning as well as computer hardware, software and internet supports.  Visit their website for more information.
Futurpreneur has been fueling the entrepreneurial passions of Canada’s young enterprise for two decades. We are the only national, non-profit organization that provides financing, mentoring and support tools to aspiring business owners aged 18-39. Our internationally recognized mentoring program hand matches young entrepreneurs with a business expert from a network of more than 2,400 volunteer mentors.


Toastmasters International is a nonprofit educational organization that teaches public speaking and leadership skills through a worldwide network of clubs.

Prince Albert Toastmasters

Small Business Loans - Community Futures Saskatchewan – SK Startup Institute


Community Futures works in partnership with communities throughout the province to promote and expand community economic development. We assist communities in organizing and planning for a self-directed future.

Community Futures Saskatchewan

Prince Albert Community Futures


Prince Albert and District Community Futures Development Corporation is one of 13 Community Futures in Saskatchewan that are a part of a national economic development program that has been supporting small business and community economic development since 1986. Community Futures strives to build social, community economic and entrepreneurial capacity, placing emphasis on long-range planning and results.

Community Futures PA and District

Entrepreneurs With Disabilities Program


The Entrepreneurs with Disabilities Program (EDP) helps people with disabilities or health conditions start or expand businesses

This program is open to anyone with a viable business idea who has a self declared disability or a health condition.

Entrepreneurs With Disability Program

Venture Connect


Venture Connect’s mission is to maintain strong communities in Western Canada through business retention. Venture Connect helps businesses find new owners, and buyers find the right businesses.

Venture Connect


WESK - Women Entrepreneurs Saskatchewan | Associations - GZ Member Profile | NSBA


WESK is here to help guide women entrepreneurs as you map out your journey. From business advising, funding, training, networking, and resources for starting and growing a business in Saskatchewan. WESK is here to provide you with the tools you need to succeed. 

Women Entrepreneurs Saskatchewan


Corporate Registry maintains information for all legal entities, businesses and non-profit organizations registered with the province of Saskatchewan.

Information Services Corporation

Government of Saskatchewan Logo


Employment standards offers free online training webinars that provides basic information about the employment standards in Saskatchewan. These webinars address commonly asked questions that affect most employers and employees, including employers based outside of Saskatchewan with employees in the province.

Employment Standards Training Saskatchewan


the Saskatchewan Economic Development Alliance (SEDA) is the exclusive non-governmental organization dedicated to provincial community and economic development. We equip communities and organizations with the necessary skills, knowledge, resources, and programs to become investment ready.

Saskatchewan Economic Development Alliance

Indigenous Business Resources



Saskatchewan Indian Equity Foundation Inc. works with First Nation entrepreneurs as clients, helping you access programs, services and loans to start, acquire or expand a business in Saskatchewan. These services have been developed to effectively enhance the entrepreneurs ability to succeed.

Saskatchewan Indian Equity Foundation Inc.


Clarence Campeau Development Fund helps Métis entrepreneurs and communities in Saskatchewan by connecting them with funding partners, industry, and other communities. Our goal is to support Métis businesses and stimulate economic development by providing different types of financial assistance, including loans and grants.

Clarence Campeau Development Fund



SaskMetis Economic Development Corporation is a Saskatchewan Metis-Owned Lending Institution created to finance the start-up, acquisition and/or expansion of viable Metis controlled small businesses based in Saskatchewan.

SaskMetis Economic Development Corporation


The Indigenous Business Development Services (IBDS) Program offers support for entrepreneurs in Saskatchewan.

From start-up to expansion we’ll help get you where you’re going. Whether your business is home-based, store front, rural, remote or resides in the ‘cloud’, they can help!

Indigenous Business Development  Services