Innovation Place

Saskatoon and Regina, Saskatchewan
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Innovation Place

Creating clusters of creative energy by providing facilities, services and amenities to create unique opportunities for businesses in the science and technology sector.

Innovation Place operates technology parks on the campuses of the University of Saskatchewan and the University of Regina. Its primary purpose is to grow Saskatchewan’s technology sector by contributing to the growth of the park's clients, supporting the establishment of new technology companies, and attracting new science and technology activity to the province. A diverse mix of research and service clients, a dynamic social atmosphere, and high-quality facilities work together to create a community that encourages interaction, collaboration and growth.

  • Building specialization including research greenhouses, laboratory buildings and industrial pilot plants.
  • Specialized infrastructure including laboratory utilities (e.g. pure water and steam), process utilities (e.g. high-pressure steam and chilled water), biological waste management systems, and a high performance data network.
  • History of promoting environmental sustainability with LEED Gold and BOMA-certified buildings.
  • Programming that fosters tenant collaboration and provides professional development opportunities.
  • In Saskatoon, prominent clusters of activity are in health and life sciences, natural resources and agri-technologies.
  • In Regina, prominent clusters of activity are in clean-tech/sustainability and natural resources.

Park Information

  • Number of Companies
    159
  • Total Square Feet
    1,655,000
  • Number of Buildings
    26
  • Land Currently Available
    N/A
  • Affiliated Universities
    University of Saskatchewan & University of Regina
  • Year Established
    1977
  • Number of Employees
    3,730
  • Technology Sector Focus
    Agri-Tech, Clean Tech/ Sustainability, Health & Life Sciences, natural resources