Saskatchewan's economy is set to grow 3.6% according to the latest RBC Economics report.
It is set to grow amidst improved capital investment, an expected increase in agricultural input, and rising commodity prices.
Craig Wright, senior vice-president and chief economist for RBC also notes that "Growth will be fuelled by an expected strengthening in natural resource prices for potash, oil, natural gas and grains. This development should result in Saskatchewan achieving the highest economic growth rate among all provinces in 2011 at 4.6%"
Very positive news for our great province!