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Saskatchewan Institute

The Saskatchewan Institute is a major initiative of The Conference Board of Canada that focuses on issues relevant to Saskatchewan that also realize impacts to policy and society throughout Canada. It brings together the Conference Board’s full range of expertise in economic analysis and forecasting, public policy research, and organizational performance to address themes of leadership, governance, innovation, competitiveness, and more.

The Institute works with partners in Saskatchewan to produce research that will help public and private sector leaders sharpen their vision for Saskatchewan's future and find solutions to the challenges they need to address.

Saskatchewan is ideally positioned for strong economic growth and long-term prosperity, provided that:

  • government leaders develop the proper public policy framework;
  • business leaders help achieve efficient transformations in the economy;
  • all stakeholders work collaboratively to attract and develop new talent; and
  • community leaders engage in forward planning.

The Saskatchewan Forum

The Saskatchewan Forum 2015
May 26–27, 2015
Saskatoon, SK

The Saskatchewan Forum 2014
May 27–28, 2014
Regina, SK

The Saskatchewan Forum 2013
May 14–15, 2013
Saskatoon, SK

The Saskatchewan Forum 2012
May 29–30, 2012
Regina, SK

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Latest Research

Growing Saskatoon report cover Growing Saskatoon: Saskatoon’s Regional Economic Map (PDF)
Positioning Saskatchewan's Credit Unions report cover Positioning Saskatchewan's Credit Unions for Growth (PDF)

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Ottawa Office
The Conference Board of Canada
255 Smyth Road
Ottawa ON  K1H 8M7
Tel. 613-526-3280

Regina Office
The Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy
110 2 Research Drive
Regina SK S4S 7H1

Saskatoon Office
The Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy
101 Diefenbaker Place
Saskatoon SK S7N 5B8