About the Province

The world is much bigger than
our eyes can see!

The province of Saskatchewan (SK) is located in west-central Canada. It has a total area of 651,900 km² with 10% of the territory covered by fresh water, including rivers, reservoirs and the province's 100,000 lakes.

Its area is bordered to the west by Alberta, to the north by the Northwest Territories, to the east by Manitoba, to the northeast by Nunavut, and to the south by the American states of Montana and North Dakota. The estimated population is over 1.1 billion. Most of the population lives to the south and is concentrated between the capital Regina and the province's largest city, Saskatoon.

Saskatchewan is a landlocked province and its climate is predominantly continental, with a wide range of temperatures and very harsh winters with average temperatures of -5ºC to -25ºC. In summer, temperatures are between 11ºC and 27ºC.

Approximately 95% of all goods produced in Saskatchewan depend directly on the province's core resources (grain, cattle, oil and gas, potash, uranium and timber and products that are produced in the region).


Why choose Saskatchewan to live?

Saskatchewan has a vibrant arts and culture scene, provincial parks and many options for sports, recreation and outdoor activities

Known as the birthplace of Medicare, its residents enjoy free health services, as well as an excellent and affordable education system at all levels.

Housing costs are the lowest compared to Canada's main provinces, sales tax is 6% lower and commuting costs are also low, considering that in central areas it takes an average of 20 minutes to get from home to work.

Concerned about the environment, the province has actions and strategies aimed at environmental protection and sustainability. All government projects undergo evaluations with the aim of finding potential environmental impacts and avoiding negative effects on the environment.

Advantages of studying
at Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan is full of study and career opportunities, as well as being a safe and friendly place, competitive cost of living and natural beauty that result in a high quality of life for students from all over the world SK offers education that prepares students for a successful future with Universities, Colleges and Technical Institutes that offer a wide range of courses and credentials, from trade certifications to doctorates.

The province offers state-of-the-art research and innovation facilities and high-quality educators, which attract international students of various nationalities.

Enrollment processes and fees vary according to the educational institution, so you should check out each institution with information specific to your needs.


Saskatchewan's provincial parks and recreation sites offer a wide range of experiences, whether in winter or summer. They are perfect locations, with plenty of leisure options ranging from skiing on groomed trails in winter to camping, playing golf and relaxing by a lake in summer.

10% of the territory is covered by fresh water, including rivers, reservoirs and the province's 100,000 lakes, a true paradise for water enthusiasts.

What do you do on vacation or in your free time? SK offers you!


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