In a press release, the federal government says that this funding aims to support the growth of these companies in innovation, advanced manufacturing, food ingredient processing and digital industries.
Saskatchewan is a wonderful place to grow your business as it offers many new opportunities in food and ingredient processing, technology and advanced manufacturing.emphasizes Daniel Vandal.
” Businesses that reinforce the strengths of the province’s natural resources and agricultural sector help diversify the economy and create a prosperous and sustainable future for Saskatchewan workers. »
The beneficiary companies are:
- Superior mill work who receives $3,640,000,
- Ingredients for the algorithm who receives $1,298,635,
- Cadence Final Document Services who gets ($580,000),
- FairScale technology Who will receive ($400,000) and
- Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies (SIIT), which receives $1,000,000.
This funding will also support the training of a highly skilled workforce through the Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technology’s Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Preparatory Program and Aboriginal Practical Nursing Training Program.
The President of this institution, Riel Bellegarde, confirms this
These strategic investments are helping to find solutions to the workforce needs that the healthcare and aerospace industries desperately need, while promoting economic balance.
The vice president of the company Superior cabinetsJack Laninga also welcomed the announcement of this investment.
We are delighted to have been selected for the Business Growth and Productivity (BPC) program as Saskatoon has an impressive talent pool that will allow us to continue investing in this dynamic city. Jack Laninga pointed out.
Since 2018, Canada Economic Development for the Prairies has invested $23 million in 36 digital technology projects in Saskatchewan.
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