Selling to provincial, territorial and municipal governments 

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As a business owner residing in one province or territory, you can still compete for government contracts in other regions of the country. Take advantage of the many opportunities for selling goods and services to provincial and territorial governments across the country.

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All of Canada


British Columbia


    New Brunswick

    Newfoundland and Labrador

    Nova Scotia



    • GreenFIT
      Applies only to: Ontario

      If you operate a green technology company in Ontario, this program may provide you with an opportunity to sell to the Ontario government.

    • Doing Business with the Ontario Government

      Learn about Ontario's purchasing policies and how to sell your products and services to the government.

    Prince Edward Island

    • PEI tender opportunities

      Are you interested in doing business with the Government of PEI? Find links to open tenders on the Procurement Services website.



    • SaskTenders

      Use this system to have full access to all government requests for tenders.

    • City of Regina — Tenders
      Applies only to: Saskatchewan

      Sell your products or services to the City of Regina. Register as a supplier, view requests for tenders and proposals, and find how to submit your tender.

    • Selling to the City of Saskatoon
      Applies only to: Saskatchewan

      Learn about the city’s bid procedures and how you can get on the list to solicit tenders.

    • SaskPower procurement
      Applies only to: Saskatchewan

      If you register your business with SaskPower, you could be included on its list of potential suppliers and be assigned tenders.

    • Request for tenders from Saskatchewan rural municipalities
      Applies only to: Saskatchewan

      Is your business looking for contracting opportunities in rural Saskatchewan? Find out about requests for tenders from rural municipalities.

    • Saskatchewan Bid Depository Incorporated
      Applies only to: Saskatchewan

      If you are a subcontractor in the construction industry looking for bidding opportunities, you can use this process to submit tenders to general contractors, including those in municipal and provincial governments.