|Headquarters||Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada|
Number of locations
Number of employees
|142 [full citation needed]|
Innovation Place is the registered business name of the Saskatchewan Opportunities Corporation (SOCO), a crown corporation in Saskatchewan. SOCO operates two research parks: one located near the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, and the second near the University of Regina in Regina, Saskatchewan. In 2018, approximately 140 companies were based at Innovation Place. Research parks such as Innovation Place are sometimes referred to as science parks or technology parks.
The Saskatoon park was established in 1980.
Innovation Place in Saskatoon consists of the following buildings:
The 78-acre (320,000 m2) site is located near the University of Regina and was established in 2000. This research park emphasizes collaborative university and industry research in the areas of information technology, petroleum, and environmental science. Currently, over 850 people work for the various tenants of the research park.
The Forest Centre in Prince Albert opened on September 27, 2005 and was originally managed by Innovation Place. On March 15, the University of Saskatchewan purchased the property to bring together the university's educational programming taking place across Prince Albert. 
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