Welcome new SCC members!

The SCC is the only provincially-minded chamber in Saskatchewan – owned by business for business.

By becoming a member, you help strengthen our voice as we work to make Saskatchewan the best place to live, work and invest.
Luncheon & Fireside Chat with Minister Boissonnault
Today, we hosted a luncheon and fireside chat in Saskatoon with Canada's Tourism Minister and Associate Minister of Finance, the Honourable Randy Boissonnault,

Minister Boissonnault discussed a wide range of topics, including the green economy, opportunities in the critical minerals industry, inflation, tourism growth, fuel, and the importance of working together to achieve success.

Thank you, Minister Boissonnault, for taking the time to engage with the Saskatchewan business community.
Get involved with the SCC
“Being involved is the number one recommendation to anyone that’s going to join. It’s easy to sign up and be a member but go to the events, be a participant and offer your services and skills where you can – that’s where your value will come.”Dean Clark, GreenWave Innovations

We offer numerous opportunities for our members to reach their desired audiences in Saskatchewan – be it large corporations, non-profits or small businesses – through event sponsorships, online membership listings, speaking opportunities, and advertisements.

Whether you’re a startup or an established company, we have opportunities for everyone.
2022 sponsorship opportunities
Get your brand and business in front of hundreds of businesses across Saskatchewan! We currently have a number of sponsorship opportunities available for our 2022 events.
Thought Leadership Hub:
Cyber Security - Protecting Your Business from Ransomware Attacks
Date: September 7 @ 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Location: Virtual (Zoom)

Is your business prepared for a cyber security incident? Join us for a simulated ransomware attack followed by a step-by-step guide on how to deal with cyber security issues.
The Chair's Invitational Dinner 2022
Date: September 27 @ 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Location: Conexus Arts Centre (Regina)

The Chair's Invitational Dinner is an annual members-only event that serves as a connector between deputy ministers, crown presidents, and the Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce's Board of Directors and members.

This highly-anticipated event marks an opportunity for business leaders from across the province to gather to discuss the future growth of Saskatchewan.
The 2022 ABEX Awards presented by Conexus Credit Union
Date: November 5
Location: Prairieland Park (Saskatoon)

Mark your calendars!

Tickets for the 2022 ABEX Awards will be going on sale on Tuesday, September 6.
Indigenous Engagement Survey - Results
Since 2020, the SCC has been issuing an annual culture and attitudes survey to measure the potential impact of the SCC’s Indigenous Engagement Charter. 

This year’s survey received responses from 133 business leaders. The responses indicated that there is a clear commitment from Saskatchewan businesses to move the needle on Indigenous engagement in the province.
InputSask 2021-22 Annual Report
Over the past year, the SCC has gathered input from members and the public on subjects like economic landscape, government policy and regulations, and concerns or opportunities facing business in Saskatchewan.

This information informs our advocacy efforts and policy processes.
Join InputSask!
Provide your input on subjects like economic landscape, government policy and regulations—and many other concerns or opportunities facing business in Saskatchewan. 
Data gathered through InputSask is contextualized and shared with government and back to participating Insight Community users. It informs our advocacy efforts and policy process.
Rent the SCC boardroom!
Looking for a meeting space? The SCC offers boardroom rentals at our office in Regina (#200-2221 Cornwall Street).

The room comfortably seats up to 24 and can be arranged in any style – boardroom, classroom, small groups, etc.

  • $300 for a full day
  • $150 for a ½ day
  • $50 per hour

Boardroom rental includes:
  • Wifi internet access
  • Loft Interactive Display System
  • Phone conferencing
  • Coffee, tea & water service
  • Catering options available
Capturing the Saskatchewan Opportunity Post-COVID (The Potash Producer)
"In early 2022, the Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce (SCC) held consultations with Saskatchewan businesses across a variety of sectors to compile their advice on a Saskatchewan plan for business. These consultations resulted in the SCC’s forthcoming report Capturing the Saskatchewan Opportunity Post-COVID, featuring five key themes."

Read the full article on page 32 of the August 2022 edition of The Potash Producer.
Hire to Help
With the Government of Canada fast-tracking temporary residency for Ukrainian refugees, chambers across Saskatchewan have committed to welcoming individuals and families who are fleeing the conflict in Ukraine. 
Hire to Help offers several ways that Saskatchewan’s business community can welcome and help settle newcomers to the province, including a list of programs, where and how to post jobs, ways to donate and more.
SCC x SupplierLink Saskatchewan
SupplierLink Saskatchewan is the construction industry’s single unified prequalification platform built to showcase vendor experience, capabilities and qualifications, featuring a filtered, searchable supplier directory.
Chamber members will receive a special discounted rate to have their business listed on SupplierLink Saskatchewan.
COVID-19 Rapid Antigen Self Test Kits
To help support the Saskatchewan business community, we are distributing two-week supplies of COVID-19 rapid antigen self-test kits for personal use and for businesses with under 10 employees.
Days: Tuesdays + Thursdays
Time: 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM, 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Location: 200-2221 Cornwall St., Regina
Nutrien announces appointment of Ken Seitz as president and CEO
Congratulations to Ken Seitz on his recent appointment as president and CEO of Nutrien!
This is an exciting time for Saskatchewan, as our province has what the world needs to help safely and sustainably feed the world.

We look forward to seeing what Nutrien will accomplish under his continued leadership.
SaskPower announces deal with U.S. power pool to increase transmission capacity by 2027 (Saskatoon StarPhoenix)
"SaskPower has signed an agreement with the Southwest Power Pool, a U.S.-based consortium of energy suppliers, to boost Saskatchewan’s transmission line capacity to 650 megawatts by 2027.

The Crown utility already has an intertie with the SPP for 150 megawatts but the agreement, announced on Wednesday, will boost capacity to import and export electricity when needed over a 20-year period."
The Canadian government is helping Saskatchewan workers develop the skills they need to thrive in today’s workforce (Canada Today)
"... Secretary of Employment, Human Development and Inclusion of Persons with Disabilities, Carla Qualtrough, and Saskatchewan’s Secretary of Immigration and Vocational Training, Jeremy Harrison, highlighted the Canada-Saskatchewan agreement to provide $3.7 million in funding under the program Provide “Skills for Success”.

This project will develop a competency-based assessment tool that can measure the skill levels of Saskatchewan residents and help employers make informed hiring and skills training decisions."
BHP amps up training in readiness for the Jansen potash mine (CJWW)
"BHP’s future workforce at the Jansen potash mine will mirror the demographics of the province and then some. That, from BHP Specialist of Local Procurement and Apprenticeships, Daniel Longman, who explains that as the Jansen potash mine gears up for operations beginning around 2027, the international mining company estimates it will employ 600 people, of which 20 per cent will be Indigenous."
Beardy's & Okemasis Cree Nation, Ottawa conclude $4.1M settlement for withheld funds (Global News Saskatoon)
"The federal government announced Monday that it has officially concluded a claim worth several million dollars with Beardy's and Okemasis Cree Nation over historically withholding salaries promised to leadership under Treaty Six. 
According to the government, the funds are compensation for the salaries and annuities it had withheld from the nation's chiefs and headmen from 1885 to 1951 when it deemed the community was associated with the Northwest Rebellion, an uprising led by Métis leader Louis Riel in 1885."
Batoche Historic Site lands to be transferred back to Métis people of Saskatchewan (Global News Saskatchewan)
"Land at the Batoche National Historic Site, an area significant and close to Métis people's hearts in Saskatchewan, will be transferred back to Métis control, the federal government announced (July 22).
A federal news release said the transfer will include 690 hectares of land at Batoche, located 78 kilometres north of Saskatoon."
Pesâkâstêw Solar Power project officially opens in RM of Weyburn (SaskToday)
"The 10-megawatt (MW) Pesâkâstêw Solar facility will provide enough clean, renewable power for approximately 2,500 Saskatchewan homes, utilitizing about 32,000 solar panels set up on 95 acres of land.
The addition of the new facility brings Saskatchewan to a total of 70 MW of solar power connected to the grid, with two additional 10 MW projects in the Regina area, Awasis and Foxtail Grove, also currently underway."
Canada Post pays homage to the people’s chief (Eagle Feather News)
"During the National Indigenous History Month, Canada Post unveiled its newest collection of stamps paying tribute to a few outstanding Indigenous leaders including Mètis leader Harry Daniels, Inuk leader Jose Kusugak and Marie-Anne Day Walker-Pelletier."