Saskatchewan Immigration Nominee Program (SINP) Entrepreneur Category:
Exploratory Visits are held every Wednesday at the Square One office (250 3rd Avenue South, Saskatoon).
Registration is mandatory. To schedule, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (306) 242-4101.
$100 fee per applicant.
Square One’s role within the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program:
Once you arrive in Saskatoon, please email email@example.com with your updated information to request a landed meeting.
In this meeting we will discuss your Business Performance Agreement (BPA) to ensure you fully understand your obligations and expectations. We will provide you with information such as pathfinding, referrals and resources to help you establish your business, as well as answer any question about establishing a business in Saskatchewan. We can also provide you with market research such as industry intelligence, competitor data, demographic and expenditure reports, and more.
Please bring the following to your Landed Meeting:
- Permanent Resident card;
- Health card;
- Photo identification, such as Saskatchewan driver’s licence, etc.
- Business Performance Agreement
- Any other proof of residence, including lease agreement, rental receipt, utility bills
BPA Change Requests:
You may book a follow up after your landed meeting to discuss your BPA and to review possible changes to the term of the agreement, the business type and or the investment amount. Square One is responsible for reviewing your proposed changes and providing a recommendation to the Government regarding your request.
What Square One will not do:
We will not help you write a BEP (business plan) or fill out any applications to the government.
We do not approve any government applications – we only make recommendations on changes requested in a BPA before you submit a request to the Government.
Use a local expert (in Saskatoon) to help you develop a business plan/BEP. Use the SREDA Referral List to find a local expert who understands the local economy.
BizPal – Permits and Licences
BizPal helps you find the permits and licences you may require when starting or operating your business.
- Use the Step-by-Step when you’re looking for permits and licences for a particular business type and its related activities or topics.
SK BIZ GRID
The Grid is a directory of resources found across the province that specialize in small business. It helps entrepreneurs find organizations, networks, programs and information that will aid their small business from start up to succession.
Square One Fact Sheets
Download a variety of publications on general and specfic business information.
Canada Business Network
Find resources and information on a federal website dedicated to Canadian Small Business.
NAICS Code (North American Industry Classification System)
This is an industry classification system encompassing all economic activities.
Starting a business in Saskatoon
Businesses/Commercial land for sale:
- Colliers Canada
- ICR Commercial Real Estate
- Bridgepoint Business Brokers
- Fortress Properties Inc.
Homes for sale:
Living in Saskatoon and Saskatchewan:
The Newcomer Information Centre:
This is a walk-in, self-service centre for newcomers seeking information and support to successfully settle in Saskatoon. They connect you with organizations and professionals who will provide you with the services you need to get settled in Saskatoon. For example, they can provide information on how to find a place to live, find a job, learn English, and obtain a driver’s licence, health card and other essential services. Click Here for more information.