About Us

SRC at a Glance

SRC Response to COVID-19: We are implementing a mix of strategies to best support business as usual and to ensure we continue to meet client needs. Learn more.

With nearly 300 employees, $91 million in annual revenue and nearly 75 years of RD&D experience, SRC is Canada’s second largest research and technology organization with 1,500 clients in 27 countries around the world.

We help clients from across the world solve technology problems, make improvements, seize opportunities, maintain competitiveness, increase productivity, and develop new markets.

We focus our efforts on the mining, minerals, agriculture and energy sectors, and the environmental considerations that are important across each sector. Our network of accomplished science and technology professionals have a wide range of knowledge, applied expertise, access to state-of-the-art laboratories and facilities and services that are, in combination, unique within Canada.

Home to several state-of-the-art laboratories, SRC offers reliable, professional commercial laboratory services. We also have dedicated labs that focus on contract RD&D, as well as pilot plants that offer clients the opportunity to test technologies. By investing in new technologies and world-class researchers, we continue to expand our capabilities, moving SRC to the forefront of RD&D and meeting the growing needs of industry. 

We are committed to the quality and security of our services and results. SRC has built long-standing relationships with clients across Canada and the world–ensuring their confidence and trust is vital to our business.

Our Impact

SRC’s 2018-19 annual economic impact assessment shows that last year:

  • We achieved more than $489 million in direct economic benefit to Saskatchewan.
  • Our work created or maintained over $84 million worth of jobs.
  • Over 81 per cent of project expenses were aimed at creating positive environmental and/or social impacts.
  • We helped save clients more than 40 million kWh in energy and reduce emissions by more than 22 kt.
How do we determine our economic impact? Read our IPAC paper to learn more about our economic impact process and assessment.