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Electrical Contractors Assocation of Saskatchewan
Box 21077
1275 Albert Street
Regina, SK S4V 1J4

Ministry of Finance to Outline PST Rules 

Senior officials will be answering questions in conversations addressing the distinct impact of this tax in breakout sessions.
Industry partners are bringing the Ministry of Finance directly to you to for a seminar and conversation on how this tax will affect your business.
There will be opportunity to present specific questions directly to government officials in breakout sessions for:
  • Suppliers
  • ICI General Contractors & Trade Contractors
  • Homebuilders & Land Developers
Sessions will be concurrent - so if your business operates in multiple areas you will need to have enough people on   hand to attend relevant sessions.
For more information or to register for either session click
 on the links below.

Date:  Monday, May 1, 2017
Time:  2:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Delta Hotels by Marriott, 1919 Saskatchewan Drive, Regina
Date:  Wednesday, May 3, 2017
Time:  1:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Prairieland Park, 503 Ruth Street West, Saskatoon
Important Information Transform Sask Report now Available!

Attached here you will find a PDF version of the #TransformSK report. It is also available on the website,

This report is the result of the largest-pan industry consultation in Saskatchewan history. We traveled 1,000s of kilometers,  hosted 60 consultations, in 14 different communities to collect ideas, input and feedback representing tens of thousands of Saskatchewan citizens, businesses and non-profits.

What's in the Report?
In this report, we provide 45 calls to action, based on what we heard from participants, categorized into themes. The main focus is upstream planning, requiring long-term commitment.

The opportunities most often brought up by participants include: more complete engagement of the Saskatchewan Indigenous population in the economy; the critical role of education to our province's future success; and that healthcare and infrastructure are key to both social and economic advancement.

What Happens Next?
From here, we will work to establish a committee to guide and drive transformative change. Its role will be to continue to ask for ideas, and volunteer people and  agencies willing to explore the viability and tackle the implementation of specific calls to action.

We sincerely thank you for your input and interest in this initiative,

The Founding Partners of #TransformSK,

Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce
Saskatchewan Construction Association
Saskatchewan Mining Association
Agricultural Producers Association of Saskatchewan
Canadian Manufacturing and Exporters Association