Events & News

Representing the interests of Saskatchewan technology companies with the goal of making Saskatchewan a key technology centre in Canada.

SaskTech Information Lunch – Regina

SaskTech welcomes you to a brief information session and informal free lunch at Regina’s Cultivator HQ. Come and join SaskTech President Aaron Genest (Siemens) and Membership Chair Alyshia Chobot (GasBuddy) to learn more about SaskTech’s advocacy role in the Province of Saskatchewan. Metered parking available in front of the building – underground parking available at…
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Saskatchewan tech sector adds over 200 jobs in nine months, plans to double growth in 2019

Provincial tech firms averaged 100% year-over-year growth, but note a potential shortage of local talent needed to continue expansion Saskatoon, Saskatchewan –– SaskTech, an advocacy group representing over 50 technology companies across Saskatchewan, announced today that over 220 jobs were created by its members during the first nine months of 2018. These hires exceeded the…
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7shifts today announced the closing of a $10 million USD Series A funding

SASKATOON, Saskatchewan 7shifts, a leading labor management platform for the restaurant industry, today announced the closing of a $10 million USD Series A funding round to accelerate growth and bring more automation and labor compliance to restaurant chains. The financing was led by Napier Park Financial Partners (“Napier Park”) with participation from Teamworthy Ventures, existing investor, Relay Ventures and former…
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Teachers Learning Code: TeacherCon 2018 – Saskatoon

DATE AND TIME Sat, 15 Sep 2018, 9:30 AM –Sun, 16 Sep 2018, 4:30 PM CST LOCATION Innovation Place 114 – 15 Innovation Blvd Saskatoon, SK S7N 2X8   More Information & to Register TeacherCon is a free multi-day experience for Canadian educators in the K-12 school system, as well as student teachers and teacher…
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More Coding and Robotics Coming to Saskatchewan Classrooms

Saskatoon University MLA Eric Olauson on behalf of Deputy Premier and Education Minister Gordon Wyant announced today new coding and robotics opportunities for middle years and high school students in Saskatchewan, which will ensure classrooms are meeting the needs of 21st century students. For the full release click here

Federal government giving young Canadians in Saskatchewan the digital skills needed for future jobs

News Release From Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada CanCode to help teach students and train teachers in coding and digital skills required for the middle-class jobs of tomorrow For the full release click here