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Updated: February 24th, 2020

Saskatoon skyline at night along the Saskatchewan River

Saskatchewan is more than just the sunniest Canadian province where you can live in Canada. The province is also rich in natural minerals, like uranium and oil and a world leader in agriculture exportation, like lentils, dry peas and durum wheat.

If you want to work in Canada, the manufacturing industry in Saskatchewan is one of the biggest in the country and plenty job opportunities exist in occupations like: engineering managers, mechanical engineers, land surveyors, meat cutters, cabinetmakers, welders, managers in agriculture etc.

Don’t worry, it’s not all work and no play. Saskatchewan hosts plenty of fun winter festivals, concerts and historical celebrations throughout the year to look forward to. You can enjoy great outdoor activities, like canoeing, boating and picnics at Prince Albert National Park where you will also glimpse awesome Canadian wildlife.

What’s more, Saskatchewan is a great place to live and raise a family. The province is home to people of many faiths, backgrounds, and beliefs. Newcomers to the province have an opportunity to maintain their own cultural traditions, as well as participate in new ones. The housing prices are affordable and it costs less to get to work because the maximum commute time within major cities is about 20 minutes. Saskatoon is Saskatchewan’s largest city and Canada's coffee capital.

Want to know more about the sunniest city in Canada? Discover the wonders of Saskatoon here!

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