Make the most of Saskatchewan’s Immigrant Nominee  Program 

If you’re an entrepreneur, planning to start a business in Regina, you can potentially immigrate to Saskatchewan through the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP). 

Michael Fougere

City of Regina

Attend a seminar

We offer all Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) applicants the opportunity to join us for an exploratory visit seminar in Regina, Saskatchewan. This seminar is designed to provide an overview of the economy and quality of life in Regina and Saskatchewan as well as outline information on the Entrepreneur Category for the SINP.

Seminars are typically held on Tuesdays at 1 p.m. (effective October 8, 2019) in the Path Cowork Boardroom, located at 200-1965 Broad Street (second floor), Regina, SK. Each seminar accommodates a maximum of 10 people; therefore, registration is required. To register, please fill out the registration form below. Please note the seminar is $100, payable via cash or cheque.

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Attend a landed or arrival meeting

Landed and arrival meetings must occur within 90 calendar days of your arrival. Please note that landed meetings are for applicants who applied prior to March 23, 2015 and arrival meetings are for applicants who applied after March 23, 2015. To request a meeting, please email SINP directly at: SINP will then provide your information to the appropriate business service provider, to set-up your meeting.

Need to change your Business Performance Agreement (BPA)?

You may book a meeting to discuss your Business Performance Agreement (BPA) and to review possible changes to the timeline of the agreement, the chosen industry and/or the investment amount. Saskatoon and area applicants can contact the Square One office in Saskatoon to book these meetings (

To formally request a change to your Business Performance Agreement you are required to complete the Application to Change BPA Form and e-mail it to the SINP directly at:

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Questions regarding immigrating to Canada should be directed to:

Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC)


Let’s work together

If you’re ready to talk about immigration opportunities, contact Julia McKenzie.