SaskCanola confident in 2016 crop SASKATOON — Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe unveiled a 10-year growth plan for the province Thursday morning during a Saskatoon Chamber of Commerce breakfast at Prairieland Park. The plan is comprised of 30 goals to be met by 2030, including growing agricultural exports to $20 billion, increasing oil production to 600,000 barrels a day and tripling growth in the province’s technology sector. Also under the plan, three new offices will open in Japan, India and Singapore with the aim of fostering international trade and investment. Other goals listed in the plan include: • Annual private capital investment of $16 billion • $9 billion in potash sales • Building and upgrading 10,000 kilometres of highways • Supporting communities through $2.5 billion in revenue sharing; and • Reducing surgical wait times to a three-month target Under the plan, the province would also invest in cellular and broadband infrastructure. This is a developing story. More details to come.