"The Saskatchewan Government has Small Business Grants for Eligible Entrepreneurs"

Explore available funding programs for your business

Take 45 seconds to learn how much money your small business may be able to receive in government grants and/or loans. While no one can guarantee you funding the more you know the better.

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Are you looking for grants to grow your Saskatchewan small business? You can renovate your location, lease necessary equipment, or move to a better facility with small business grants. Use Saskatchewan government grants to start or grow your small business. Get small business grants from the Saskatchewan or Canadian government just by applying. Government grants allowed Saskatchewan's Sanjay Gupta to hire two recent university graduates to manage financial planning and oversee U.S. operations for his company, Tea Connexions.

Saskatchewan government grants could be yours

Not just anyone can apply for government grants in Saskatchewan, which is why you need to research those that are best for your small business.

Discover how to get your own Saskatchewan small business grants at 1-866-682-2402

To get information on government grants for your Saskatchewan small business, call 1-866-682-2402. Doing so may point you towards available funding programs (grants and loans). Application cut-off dates are passing by all the time, meaning the faster you prepare your Saskatchewan small business grant application, the better your chances of being approved may be. Have a look at other entrepreneurs people who've received Saskatchewan grants on the Saskatchewan grant recipients page.

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