Regina Canola Crush facility

Building the future of canola

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Construction of our new canola processing facility in Regina, SK is underway. We began this build six months ago and are expected to open in 2024. The new facility is projected to have an annual production capacity of 1 million metric tons when completed. This increased capacity will allow us to meet the growing global and domestic demand for your canola, both in food and fuel markets.

We're coming to you

Join us at one of the four locations below for an in-person customer event where we will discuss the current Regina crush plant project and the opportunities that this new facility will bring to Saskatchewan farmers.

Lampman - November 22

Join us on November 22nd at the curling rink in Lampman, SK for an in-person event.

Francis - November 23

Join us on November 23rd at the Community Center in Francis, SK for an in-person meeting.

We've officially broken ground

In July 2022 we hosted a ceremonial groundbreaking which marks an important milestone on our way to opening this facility in 2024. The event was attended by the Premier of Saskatchewan, The Honourable Scott Moe, Tracy Broughton, Executive Director of SaskCanola, and members of the File Hills Qu'Appelle Tribal Council. You can watch coverage of the event below.

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Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

When you work at Cargill, you will see we are working hard to build inclusive teams to unleash the power of diversity. It’s in our values to put people first.

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Employment opportunities

Our new canola crush facility, located in Regina, SK, will add approximately 70 full-time positions by spring 2024. Explore career opportunities with Cargill.