Saskatoon

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Location

World Trade Center Saskatoon
210 - 415 Wellman Crescent
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7T 0J1
Canada

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306 931 3030

2017

inception

Yes

Operating

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  • Business Services
  • Conference Facilities
  • Exhibit Facilities/Services
  • Trade Information

About World Trade Center Saskatoon

World Trade Center Saskatoon is about creating, retaining and expanding jobs, hope and the future by raising the world profile of Saskatoon and the province of Saskatchewan. World Trade Center Saskatoon is designed to simplify doing business on the world scene both in bound and out bound. This is about transformational change. By simplifying partnering with NGO's and the private sector we create a synergy which is so critical to the success of the province.

Canola and flax field image Photo credit: Tourism Saskatchewan/Charles Melnick

Member Benefits:

  • Office and real estate services
  • Project consulting services
  • Private equity
  • Convention and trade services

Local Industries:

  • Technology,
  • Business Management & Professional Services,
  • Financial & Professional Services,
  • Healthcare & Wellness,
  • Information Technology & Software,
  • Hospitality: Tourism & Leisure,
  • Government/Public Services,
  • Metals & Natural Resources,
  • Biotechnology & Bioscience,
  • Agri-Business, Food & Beverage Processing, Animal Husbandry,
  • Athletic & Outdoor,
  • Energy: Utilities & Mining,
  • Advanced Manufacturing,
  • Engineering: R&D: Architecture & Construction,
  • Education & Knowledge Creation

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Facilities & Services

Facilities

  • Conference facilities
  • Convention Facilities
    Total Convention Facilities: 6
  • Exhibition Facilities
    Total Exhibition Facilities: 6
  • Meeting Room(s)
    Total Meeting Rooms: 1
  • Office Building(s)
    Total Office Buildings: 6
  • Long-Term Office Space
    Total Long-Term Office Spaces: 4

Trade Services

  • International Trade Events
    International Trade Events, International Trade Seminars, International Trade Workshops
  • Exhibition Organizing Services
  • Conference Organizing Services
    Room set up support, Clear security emergency procedures, Daily maintenance janitorial services, Hospitality Desk Message Center, On site food catering services, Marketing Management
  • Convention Organizing Services
    Installation and Dismantling, Decorating, Freight and Material Handling and Construction, Registration Office Area
  • Business Services
    Copy Graphics Capabilities, Domiciliation Services Virtual Office Services, Telecomm Internet Wifi, Audio Video Conferencing, Referrals to Other Service Providers, Secretarial Services Administrative Support
  • Trade Information and Research Services

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Our Impact

Strong Diverse Sectors

Saskatchewan has a wealth of resources that is the envy of nations - agriculture, potash, uranium and oil.

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$13.4 billion - Sales of agrifood products from Saskatchewan

44%

Percentage of Canada's total farmland

18

18.2 Million hectares of culivated farmland in Saskatchewan

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World Trade Center Saskatoon welcomes investment from BHP Potash is a common name for a group of minerals and chemicals containing potassium. It is a basic nutrient for plants and controls the rate of photosynthesis enabling the movement of nutrients and carbohydrates in plants. Potassium deficiency in plants affects plant growth, root, seed, and fruit development. With ever-growing demands in the food supply and challenges to food security, one can see why potassium matters now and in the future. The province of Saskatchewan (Canada) is home to 50% of the world's reserves of potash and at the current extraction rates, there are roughly 1200 years of potash remaining (give or take a few hundred years). It has been proven location matters and some 400 million years ago this location was a dried-up inland ocean that evaporated – today it helps feed the planet. It would make sense then that BHP (the largest mining company in the world) launched the largest investment they have ever made to develop the world's largest potash company in the world in Saskatchewan. The $18.8B mine will produce 8.5 million tonnes per year, it will employ 5,500 people and production will begin in 2026. The mine is also designed to generate 50% less emissions and 60% less water compared to other potash mines in the world. World Trade Center Saskatoon is based in a smaller Canadian city and when it comes to trade, it punches way above its weight – it is also home to many companies in addition to BHP is also including: Nutrien (the world's largest crop input supplier), K+S (a giant in the German fertilizer market), Mosaic (close by in Regina) as well as several others. As a consumer (regardless of where you live) you are very likely to have benefited from this product. When I think about the World Trade Center Association and its primary objectives, I can not help but think about my region and its contributions to potash/potassium and the hundreds of millions that depend on it. Connecting Businesses, Globally.

2024

  • WTC Saskatoon welcomes investment from BHP - Potash is a common name for a group of minerals and chemicals containing potassium. It is a basic nutrient for plants and controls the rate of photosynthesis enabling the movement of nutrients and carbohydrates in plants. Potassium deficiency in plants affects plant growth... more

  • Sustainability Vital to International Exporters - ESG frameworks were initially established to help guide investment decisions by focusing a critical lens on a company’s environmental, social, and governance strategies.  Increasingly, this lens is shifting to supply chains and international trade.  GHG reduction targets an... more

2023

  • World Trade Center Saskatoon - A Year In Review - The world has witnessed an unjust and unprovoked war in Ukraine that is impacting livelihoods and families, global nutrition needs, costing lives and has had untold damage to property that will take years and reparations to rebuild. All of this on the heals of post COVID in... more

2020

  • 37th Annual Western Canadian Crop Production Show - SASKATOON, Saskatchewan – The 37th Annual Western Canadian Crop Production Show, held January 13-16, 2020 wrapped up last week. Weather was consistent with winter in January in Saskatchewan and organizers were pleased with the attendance for all 4 days. The information gathere... more

  • Protein Supercluster - Winnipeg, MB – Today, Protein Industries Canada announced their second co-investment into a consortium-led project. The $19.1 million project will work to commercialize high quality plant-based proteins, focusing on proprietary pea protein and canola protein isolates, includin... more

  • Protein Industries Canada Invests to Improve Prote - Saskatoon, SK - Today, Protein Industries Canada, along with industry partners, announced an investment of more than $27 million into a canola breeding project focused on making canola hybrids that produce high protein meal for downstream use. This is the first commercial bree... more

2018

  • Growing Agricultural Trade between China & Canada - World Trade Center Harbin and World Trade Center Saskatoon today signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) which will see both World Trade Centers (WTC) working together to grow agricultural trade. The delegation from Harbin, led by Hongshan Zhang, the visionary Chairman ... more

2017

  • WTC Saskatoon Joins the WTCA! - SASKATOON, CANADA - The announcement of the WTC Saskatoon July 12, 2017 was a momentous day in Saskatoon’s history. The Top of the Inn was brimming with politicians from all 3 levels of government, non-government organizations, and the private sector. This was the work and e... more

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Location

World Trade Center Saskatoon
210 - 415 Wellman Crescent
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7T 0J1
Canada

📞

306 931 3030