Exporter Resources

STEP is your portal to sound information. The world is constantly changing, impacting world economics, global markets, and the exports of Saskatchewan products and services. Knowledge gained via a strong international contact base, provides staff with first-hand experience and knowledge, serving our members in an extraordinary way. An established listing of global contacts, compromised of embassies and trade commissioners and business leaders from around the world are available to STEP staff to help answer specific questions about specific markets. Domestic and international organizations from around the globe have partnered with STEP, ensuring access to all aspects of information involving the business of international trade.

Buyer Registration Form

In order for STEP to connect international buyers with suppliers of Saskatchewan products and services (STEP Members), buyers are invited to click here to register their product interest/company details by completing the attached form.

Canada - China Exploratory Discussions Consultations

The Government of Canada is committed to hearing from Canadians on this important subject and will ensure that Canadians continue to have the opportunity to provide their views as we engage with China, including through additional consultations in the event that Canada and China decide to move to formal FTA negotiations.

The focus of consultations is to determine how Canada should best proceed regarding a possible FTA with China. This would include how to best improve market access, legal certainty and transparency for Canadian business, but also to understand any other related issues and concerns that are relevant when considering a possible FTA.  A Canada Gazette notice on consultations on a possible Canada-China FTA provides background information on the Canada-China FTA initiative, and lists areas for which the government is seeking your views. For those individuals that wish to provide their views directly online, complete the consultation form. Consultation activities, including the submission period for the Canada Gazette notice, will last 90 days, and end on June 2, 2017.   For more information please click here.

Agreement on Mutual Cooperation - China Chamber of Import and Export and Export of Foodstuffs, Native Produce and Animal By-products (CFNA) & Saskatchewan Trade & Export Partnership (STEP).

Following the STEP Trade Mission to China in September 2016, where an Agreement on Mutual Cooperation between The China Chamber of Import and Export of Foodstuffs, Native Produce and Animal by-Products (CFNA) and Saskatchewan Trade & Export Partnership (STEP) took place, STEP is pleased to partner with CNFA to continue to promote the expansion of trade and relations. The signed MOU focuses on opportunities to promote the expansion of agricultural trade and business relations between CFNA of P.R. China and the province of Saskatchewan.  The agreement will allow the signees to participate in a series of events and joint initiatives focusing on the expansion of agricultural trade and business relations.  This agreement will benefit both organizations as the priority areas focus on collaboration in trade development, information sharing, and commercial promotion on an international level of agricultural products, technologies, and services. If you would like to access CFNA website and resources please click here.

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