The Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce and 33 other associations, chambers of commerce, and economic development groups have signed an open letter to the people of Saskatchewan urging them to adhere to the Government of Saskatchewan's COVID-19 protocols and encouraging them to continue to support the local business economy responsibly.

Steve McLellan (CEO) and Joshua Kurkjian (Director, Research and Policy Development) contributed a chapter to a provincial election recap e-book produced by the Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy. The chapter provides an in-depth look into what the results of the provincial election means from a Saskatchewan business sector perspective.

SVPW is an opportunity to bring Saskatchewan people together to focus on public awareness and prevention of violence by engaging government, community partners and individuals.

The theme for 2020 is “All of us”. All of us can be affected by violence, and it takes all of us to solve the issue of violence. Violence prevention isn’t just about the services that help people during a crisis, it is also about people affected by violence, their friends, families, and coworkers.

Click here to learn more about SVPW and how you and your business can participate.

The Saskatoon Industry-Education Council, in partnership with the Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce and the Saskatchewan Business Teachers Association, is pleased to announce the launch of allows teachers and community members to find lesson ideas and resources to support financial literacy instruction.

SaskPower has partnered with Natural Resources Canada to offer Saskatchewan small and medium business customers free energy efficiency training. All Canadian Institute of Energy Training (CIET) courses are available at no cost for a limited time.

SaskPower process to sign up for No-Cost training:
  1. Contact if you would like to sign up for a course, to get the discount code
  2. Sign up online with the discount code.
  3. Send SaskPower a copy of the registration confirmation

SaskPower has partnered with Natural Resources Canada to offer no-cost energy efficiency assessments until March 31. SaskPower's qualified advisors will work with you to identify a variety of ways your business can save energy and money. Learn more.
Grab Your Slice is a webinar hosted by MNP and the Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce aimed at helping Saskatchewan businesses apply for federal COVID-19 support programs.

Only 1.7% of available Federal COVID-19 support funding has been claimed by Saskatchewan businesses. We'll make it simple for you and your business to get your slice of the pie. Click here to register for one of the last three remaining sessions!

The ABEX Awards were a huge success! This year's ABEX Awards looked a little different in its virtual form, but it was still a tremendous celebration of the best in Saskatchewan business. The Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce would like to thank our sponsors, hosts, viewers and recipients for participating this year.

Congratulations to Dutch Growers, who won the ABEX Award for Business of the Year!

Click here to watch this year's ABEX Awards on YouTube.
The Virtual 2020 Saskatchewan Mining Supply Chain Forum will continue to feature keynote speakers, presentations, networking and tradeshow. While many things have changed around us, the tradeshow component remains an important and rewarding networking opportunity for delegates and exhibitors alike.

Register here for the Virtual Saskatchewan Mining Supply Chain Forum.

Tourism Saskatchewan recently announced the recipients of their 2019 Awards of Excellence. The Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce would like to congratulate these businesses for their exemplary success in the local tourism industry.

Click here for news release.

Click here for detailed list of winners.
Prairie Sky Chamber of Commerce Receives Accreditation
The Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce would like to congratulate the Prairie Sky Chamber of Commerce for becoming an accredited chamber!

Accreditation is a formal acknowledgement that member chambers of commerce/boards of trade have been successfully evaluated against rigorous national standards of policy, service, and performance.

Hear from First Nations leaders as they share their success stories of implementing strong economic and social development plans.
  • Discover NO COST tools that can be leveraged to plan a financial future
  • Learn how to build or enhance strong finance and administrative governance practices
  • Find out how to access affordable long-term capital from the First Nations Finance Authority
  • Numerous door prizes!

Click here to register.
Battlefords area First Nations are among those honoured in the Museums Association of Saskatchewan (MAS) 2020 awards recently presented in an online event. They were among several recognized from the local area. Read more.
Kihew Fabco, which is partly owned by Kahkewistahaw First Nation, is a fabrication company that specializes in welding, engineering and design, and 3D modelling services. The grand opening of their new 55-thousand square foot facility will take place in January 2021. Read more.
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