The Conference Board Suggests The Sask. Economy Will Grow

A decrease in mining, oil and gas and agriculture are some of the reasons a report from the Conference Board suggests Saskatchewan has been going through a mild recession. But the report states the province could experience a slight rebound in economic activity in the coming year, and is forecasting growth of 1 per cent. The Board’s Alicia Macdonald says a change in philosophies in the mining sector and better income growth will assist in stimulating the province’s economy.

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