Saskatchewan exports to U.S. reach all-time high

Saskatchewan Trade and Export Development Minister Jeremy Harrison announced that exports to the United States hit an all-time high.

Exports in 2022 were valued at $29.3 billion, a 74 percent increase since 2018.

The provincial government says crude oil ($13.3 billion), potash ($6.5 billion) and canola oil ($2.8 billion) are the 3 most common exports to the US.

The announcement comes as Premier Scott Moe returned from Washington D.C. to further increase trade in potash, uranium and critical minerals.

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