Introducing InputSask, the SCC's brand new insight community that will allow you to provide continuous insight on the biggest issues facing the Saskatchewan business community. The data you provide will directly impact the SCC's conversations with government decision makers.

It's time to make your voice heard. Help shape the future of Saskatchewan business by joining the InputSask community.

The SCC is excited to announce the launch of its latest report, Building the Low Carbon Economy: Exploring Opportunities and Challenges for Saskatchewan. While the official launch will take place Tuesday, March 16 at 10 AM, we're providing the report early to SCC members, click here to view the report.
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:

There are two positions on the SCC's Board of Directors that are up for election in 2021 by members of the Chamber. All positions are for a three-year term to begin on May 1, 2021. Nominations are open until March 31, 2021.

Computers for Schools Saskatchewan has provided almost 60,000 computers to schools, libraries, and non-profits in Saskatchewan. Computers for Schools actively seeks computer/IT donations from the public and private sector. Learn more.
This communication is intended to provide timely and important information to municipal leaders, health system partners, health and hospital foundations, and other community based organizations. Please feel free to distribute among your stakeholders as appropriate. Learn more.
Strong Recovery Adaptation Rebate
March 31, 2021

Saskatchewan Small Business Emergency Payment 2
April 30, 2021

Saskatchewan Tourism Sector Support Program
April 30, 2021

Re-Open Saskatchewan Training Subsidy
March 31, 2021
The 2021 ABEX Awards will take place Friday, October 22! Nominations for Saskatchewan's longest running business excellence awards open March 22. Nominate a business that deserves to be recognized for their success! Learn more.
Featuring special guests Tara McKeown, Chief Employee Experience Officer, Conexus Credit Union and Jackie Wall, Executive Director, Estevan Chamber of Commerce.

What is Leadership resilience? How do we stir ourselves up to sustain our energy levels under pressure, cope with disruptive changes and bounce back from setbacks? We are going to discuss best practices with leaders from across the province. Learn how to go from survive to thrive in your role as a leader, and support your team to consistently recover at high levels. Learn more.
The SCC Energy Series will provide information on the broad-based energy sector through a series of energy-themed events and communications in 2021. The Series will include two Energy Expert Fuel for Thought Panels, six Energy on Tap events, and Energy Matters, a communications campaign including blogs, articles, interviews, videos and social media content.

Our first event will be an Energy Experts Fuel For Thought Panel featuring a presentation from Tim McMillan, President & CEO, Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP), on March 24. Learn more.
Join Bridges Health for this amazing half-day session with world renowned speakers to learn about resilience and hope. Breaking Barriers 2021 will be held virtually, allowing individuals from around the world to connect together and increase understanding of mental health to decrease the stigma. Breaking Barriers is a fundraising event, with the event proceeds being donated back to mental wellness initiatives in Saskatchewan. Learn more.
Registration is now open for Contact Conference, Saskatchewan’s 16th annual career development conference for professional career and school counsellors, career practitioners, educators, and HR professionals. Early bird registration deadline is March 24. Register here.
Moderated by Insurance Brokers Association of Saskatchewan (IBAS) President & CEO Derek Lothian, this interactive presentation and discussion will explore the state of the commercial insurance market in Saskatchewan, including what to expect in the months ahead. Learn more.
Twenty-one families across Saskatchewan will have their homeownership dreams realized this year as the province’s Habitat for Humanity organizations, located in Saskatoon, Prince Albert and Regina, merge to create Habitat for Humanity Saskatchewan. And more families will be selected for home ownership in the future, as a total of 31 construction projects are underway. Learn more.
FlexNetworks is pleased to announce that it will build over 330km of fibre-optic cable to deliver 10 Gbps (high-speed) of internet service to rural Saskatchewan. The CRTC has announced a contribution of $9.5 million in project funding for a major expansion of broadband service to underserved regions of Saskatchewan. FlexNetworks will carry out the project, connecting 26 underserved communities East and South of Saskatoon. Learn more.
The SCC would like to congratulate the University of Regina and newly appointed President and Vice-Chancellor, Dr. Jeff Keshen. The Chamber is certain Dr. Keshen will do an excellent job of advancing the University of Regina's mission and our province's future leaders are in great hands. Learn more.
The Chamber would like to congratulate Pro Metal Industries President, Mark Brown for being awarded the Indigenous Service Canada 2020 Deputy Ministers Award for Covid response in Indigenous Nations across Canada.

Mark and the team at Pro Metal worked around the clock to support ISC's efforts in delivering much needed PPE solutions to Indigenous Nations across Canada. Learn more.
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