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November 14, 2017
The "Next Premier" Panel
This exclusive Saskatchewan Chamber member-only event is an opportunity to learn more about each candidate's priorities if elected as the next Premier of Saskatchewan. The breakfast will followed by a panel discussion and moderated Q&A session.

December 8, 2017: 7:30 - 9:30 am
Ramada Plaza, Regina
Seating is limited. Register here.
Energy Efficiency Strategy
The Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce formed a 100-Day Energy Efficiency Task Force to articulate a clear framework for Saskatchewan moving forward with respect to promoting energy conservation measures. Read the full Energy Efficiency Strategy here , or the Executive Summary here .
PIC Investment Group Inc. and Athabasca Basin Development LP acquire Long Lake Insurance
The PIC Investment Group (PIC) and Athabasca Basin Development LP (ABD) has announced the acquisition of Long Lake Insurance.

A Successful Succession Plan
As business owners approach their business transition or exit, they are confronted with several questions: When do I want to exit? How much do I need from my business to fund my retirement? Who will take over the business? What will I do after I exit?
Wayne Clifton Recognized For Lifetime Achievement
Wayne Clifton has been recognized for his work as a consulting engineer with a Lifetime Achievement Award. His body of work has been recognized by Association of Consulting Engineers with the Beaubien Award. Read more...
Honourary Degree for Murad
At the University of Regina's fall convocation, Murad Al-Katib will be awarded an honorary degree. Murad - an entrepreneur, business leader, and humanitarian - founded the Regina-based AGT Foods and Ingredients Inc., one of the world's largest suppliers of food ingredients. Murad becomes the 208th honorary degree recipient in the University of Regina's history.
Bylaw Changes to Enhance Governance Structure
The Saskatchewan Chamber Board has approved a change in the Bylaws. These changes would allow Chamber members, whose ownership is an indigenous government, to become a Board member. M embers must review and approve the changes at the next AGM. Read more...
Changes to the Structure of Expert Advisory Committees
The Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce recognizes a decrease in numbers and ability to participate on Expert Committees, and has therefore undertaken a review of the current Committee Structure. Read more...