Government of Saskatchewan Business Support Programs and Deadlines 

Strong Recovery Adaptation Rebate – March 31, 2021

Saskatchewan Small Business Emergency Payment 2 – April 30, 2021

Saskatchewan Tourism Sector Support Program – April 30, 2021

Re-Open Saskatchewan Training Subsidy – March 31, 2021  

The Strong Recovery Adaptation Rebate (SRAR) reimburses eligible small businesses for investments made to adapt their business to operate during the COVID-19 pandemic.  Financial assistance includes a payment of up to $5,000 for 50 per cent of total eligible business-adaptation investments made by the applicant prior to February 28, 2021.  Eligible expenditures include establishing physical barriers or reconfiguring space to operate safely, providing services through digital tools, providing different services or products, and shifting to delivery or curbside services including third party delivery fees. For more information, businesses can call 1-844-800-8688, email, or visit 


The Saskatchewan Small Business Emergency Payment (SSBEP) has now been extended for February and March 2021.  Eligible businesses, who have been ordered to temporarily close or scale-back operations through a public health order, could receive up to $5,000 per month that can be used for any purpose. For more information, businesses can call 1-800-667-6102, email,  or 


The Province has announced a second offering of the Saskatchewan Tourism Sector Support Program (STSSP) for eligible tourism businesses in the accommodations, attraction and tours, events, and major event facility sectors that have seen a 30 per cent drop in revenue as a result of the pandemic. For more information, businesses can call 1-800-667-6102, email, or visit 


The Re-Open Saskatchewan Training Subsidy (RSTS) has been extended. This temporary training subsidy provides businesses with financial support to train employees as they adjust to the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.  The RSTS reimburses eligible private-sector employers 100 per cent of employee training costs up to a maximum of $10,000 per business, which will help employers adapt to the impacts of the pandemic and safely align business activities with the re-opening of Saskatchewan’s economy. For more information, businesses can email or visit