We are living in rapidly changing times. The pace of innovation, disruptive new technologies and rising global competition for talent mean that today’s graduates are entering a labour market dramatically different from the one that awaited previous generations of Canadians. With career trajectories less linear, and jobs requiring a very different mix of skills, Canada needs a fresh approach to meeting the challenges that exist at the intersection of business, education and employment.

Saskatchewan Polytechnic


“Experiences of this aptitude are second-to-none,” says Lindsey Boechler, program head for Sask Polytech’s paramedic programs and School of Health Sciences. “It allows our students to experience real world situations in a safe environment, enhancing their ability to address complex or unfamiliar situations upon graduation.”

Lindsey Boechler, program head for Saskatchewan Polytechnic’s Paramedic programs and the School of Health Science 

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