The SCC is continually advocating on behalf of Saskatchewan businesses to government officials on the important issues facing our business community. Here are some of our most recent advocacy letters:

The Government of Saskatchewan has released the following resources to assist businesses and citizens with to the recent removal of all COVID-19 restrictions:

The Government of Canada recently introduced a new program that provides eligible employers impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic with a subsidy of up to 50% of incremental remuneration paid to eligible employees between June 6, 2021, and November 20, 2021. Learn more.

The Canada Revenue Agency is hosting an interactive question and answer session for eligible employers on July 15. Click here to register.
Now is a great time to hire a student! The University of Regina Co-op and Internship program have many eager students looking for placements this fall in a wide variety of disciplines. Learn more.
WorkSafe Saskatchewan, in partnership with Dr. Joti Samra, R.Psych. and MyWorkplaceHealth, has created a resource centre to support you in navigating through the key principles and best practices associated with workplace psychological health and safety. Learn more.
Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce members can become an accredited LGBT+ friendly organization for free if you sign up before the end of July. Learn more.
The ABEX Awards are pleased to partner with the Saskatchewan Trade and Export Partnership (STEP) to celebrate STEP’s 25th anniversary with the unique STEP 25th Anniversary Export Award at the 2021 ABEX Awards. This award celebrates the successes of Saskatchewan exporters. Apply before July 15, 2021 here.
Join the Pow Wow Pitch community and access live learning sessions, discover free tools, resources and opportunities to reach more customers, apply for the Indigenous Entrepreneur Awards and stand the chance to win $25,000. Learn more.
Small businesses can expand their online sales to customers in the United States, Canada and Mexico by utilizing free online e-commerce tools and resources as well as small business counseling services. Learn more.
Tuesday, July 20 | 2 - 3:30 PM CST
Join officials from the Ministry of SaskBuilds and Procurement for their Q2 update on Progress on Major Projects Procurement. Learn more.
Inuk leader and former ambassador Mary Simon has been chosen as the next governor general — the first Indigenous person ever to be appointed to the role. Learn more.
The Meadow Lake Tribal Council (MLTC) is hoping to inspire Indigenous businesses through its future bioenergy centre. Learn more.
Renewable Energy Systems Ltd. and its partner Cowessess First Nation announced a tender award with SaskPower for a 200-MW wind project located south of Kipling, in southeastern Saskatchewan. Learn more.
Wood is advancing its commitment to support Indigenous Peoples across Canada with its new partnership with PFNGC. The alliance aims to identify and develop future business opportunities where Wood and PFNGC can collaborate on environmental and engineering work. Learn more.
This Framework Agreement sets a path for the Agency to independently deliver housing, capital and infrastructure services to any participating First Nation on reserve in Saskatchewan. Learn more.
Saskatoon's growth depends on the creation of a more inclusive economy that drives opportunity for all. Learn more.
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