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August 14, 2017
Farewell to Brad Wall
“The leadership provided by Brad Wall has enabled Saskatchewan to grow into the thriving province that it is today. As the provincial Chamber of Commerce, we wish him the very best in his future endeavours.”
- Patricia Warsaba, Chair, Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce

Chair's Invitational Dinner
The 3rd annual Chair's Invitational Dinner, will be held September 14th, 2017. This unique event serves as a connector between Deputy Ministers, Crown Presidents and you, our members. 

Read more... and buy your ticket!
The Hill Business Students' Society invites you to the 
44th Annual Hill Business Dinner
Featuring Keynote Speaker, President and CEO of General Electric Canada,  Elyse Allan, the Hill Business Dinner will take place on Wednesday October 25th at the Conexus Art Centre. 

Psychological Health & Safety in the Workplace
With more and more attention being focused on the important issue of mental health in Saskatchewan, the Chamber is proud to partner with Bridges Health on the Working Well Symposium.

Learn more and sign up  here .
Seminar: Leveraging Contract Structure and Trade Finance Tools for Positive Cash Flow

Saskatchewan Trade and Export Partnership (STEP) and Export Development Canada (EDC) are hosting a seminar to provide valuable information, and tools to exporters to successfully manage international orders.

Topics include finance basics, leveraging the sales contract, challenges that the exporter may face, and tools to better prepare the exporter at the front of the contract, before the problems arise.


Register here.

Join a group of Saskatchewan adventurers on a trip to China
Why not join? You'll be part of a tour group out to discover ancient Chinese wonders, culture, and some of the world's most modern and high-tech cities.

Join our 11 day all inclusive tour for only $2,299 (taxes in) per person.
Celebrate Journeyperson Certification

"Not only were journeypersons more likely to have a higher income from their job within two years of graduation (compare $85,446 to the average salary of a graduate with a Bachelor’s degree at $59,336), but only one in four had any debt." 

More about the Saskatchewan apprenticeship and trade certification commission here.