Life in Canada
Life in Canada
Saskatchewan has a vibrant art and culture scene, scenic parks and plenty of sports and recreation facilities. The province offers all newcomers a high quality of life, a strong sense of community, and a wide range of employment opportunities, making it a great place for you and your family to call home.
Saskatchewan is a west-central Canadian province, bordered by Alberta on the west, by Northwest Territories on the north, by Manitoba on the east and by the U.S. states of Montana and North Dakota on the south. Nearly 10 percent of Saskatchewan’s territory is fresh water – mainly rivers, reservoirs and the province’s 100,000 lakes. Of the total estimated 1,114,170 population, roughly half live in either the province’s largest city, Saskatoon, or the capital, Regina.
Residents of Saskatchewan enjoy more hours of sunshine than any other Canadian province. The hottest temperature ever recorded anywhere in Canada happened in Saskatchewan.
Saskatchewan is a great place to live and raise a family or to invest in business. The province is known as the birthplace of Medicare and its residents enjoy free medical care and excellent health services.
Other financial benefits of living in Saskatchewan:
Saskatchewan is a home to people of many faiths and religious beliefs. Newcomers have an opportunity to maintain their own cultural traditions, as well as discover new ones.
The province offers lots of cultural opportunities, from winter festivals to symphony concerts to historical celebrations. Thousands of lakes in Saskatchewan are perfect for canoeing, boating, swimming and fishing. Winter activities include skiing, snowboarding and tobogganing.
Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP)
SINP is a pathway to obtain a permanent residence in Canada. Through the program, Saskatchewan:”]
You can apply for SINP through one of the three categories:
To learn more about SINP and how to apply, contact us.