The Town of Indian Head

When starting or growing a business there are many important decisions to make and many rules and procedures that must be addressed.


Whether you are looking for specialized counseling, interested in drafting a business plan, or registering your company or small business make sure that you have covered all your bases by taking advantage of the many resources available to you. Indian Head already has over 100 businesses offering all the services required in a thriving community. If you can't find what you're looking for here contact our Community Development Office at (306) 695-2742.

Indian Head Town Council Adopts Commercial Incentive Policy

Our Town Council takes a progressive approach to business development and is supportive of new and existing businesses. Click here for more information on the Town of Indian Head's Commercial Incentive Policy. Click here for our Commercial Incentive Application

Indian Head is part of the Regina Regional Opportunities Commission and our goals are consistent with the Region's goal to keep our economy vibrant by creating a climate where businesses, residents and visitors can thrive.

If you are interested in starting or growing a business in Indian Head we are interested in hearing from you, for more information contact the Community Development Office at 1 (306) 695-2742

Indian Head Community Development Committee

The Community Development Committee is an ad hoc committee of Town Council that is dedicated to promoting the Town of Indian Head. We have specific focus areas such as community and economic development, recreation and tourism. The Committee consists of innovative, forward-thinking volunteers who reside in the R.M. and Town of Indian Head.

The Community Development Committee welcomes feedback and active participation from Indian Head entrepreneurs and businesses. The committee meets the 1st Thursday of each month and welcomes businesses and interested partners.

Small Business Loan Association

Indian Head has a Small Business Loan Association, as part of its strategy to encourage new businesses to establish in town. The Indian Head EDC Small Business Loans Cooperative Ltd. (SBLA) provided support to existing and potential business owners. The SBLA is a provincial organization that offered funding to non-traditional entrepreneurs through local community-run organizations. The program ceased accepting applications in 2015 and has assisted thousands of small businesses across Saskatchewan since it was established in 1989.

 Canada Business Services

The CBS is a federal government agency that provides businesses with the resources it needs to grow and prosper, including a wide range of information on government services, programs and regulations.

Community Futures East Central (ECDC)

The ECDC has a mandate of enhancing economic development by assisting businesses through the provision of financial and technical services. Contact the This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to discuss your business idea or to receive their Business Plan Outline and Business Information Package.

Other Business Resources

Western Economic Diversification Canada

Community Futures Partners of Saskatchewan

Conseil de la Coopération de la Saskatchewan (CCS)

Saskatchewan Trade and Export Partnership

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Women Entrepreneurs of Saskatchewan