The Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce has been a strong advocate for Youth Financial Literacy as part of the K-12 curriculum for a number of years, and the announcement by Minister Gord Wyant on March 27, 2018 is great news for Saskatchewan's youth. Read more.
Overall, Budget 2018/19 was a positive one. It serves the public interest, allows money to flow back into education and still maintains a tight rein on overall spending. These measures, along with a clear commitment to a balanced budget in 2019/20 is positive for the business community. Read more.
Additional Highlights from the SCC Annual Conference include a media panel with Murray Mandryk & Murray Wood and the Yorkton Chamber Business Dinner with keynote speaker Janet Bannister, founder of Kijiji. Join us!
Changes to Greenhouse Gas Reporting Program Requirements
Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC) has made major changes to its Greenhouse Gas Reporting Program for regulated emitters. If you are required to submit a report, we may be able to help you or put you in touch with members who can provide important technical assistance.Read more.
With North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) re-negotiations underway, Praxis conducted an economic impact analysis to consider how Saskatchewan would be affected by a return to pre-Free Trade Agreement levels. Read more.
Connect with Government at the Deputy Minister Breakfast
This event is a comfortable and casual opportunity for Chamber members to meet with Deputy Ministers and Crown Corporation Presidents and to establish and reaffirm good working relationships.
The Low Carbon Economy Challenge will provide more than $500 million for projects that generate clean growth and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. All provinces, territories, businesses, municipalities, not-for-profit organizations, and Indigenous communities and organizations who meet eligibility criteria will be able to apply. Find out more. Apply here.
“Despite the tough economic times today, Cameco remains committed to our northern partners,” says Tim Gitzel, president and CEO. “We want to support the future success of today’s northern youth and education is key to long-term success.”Read more.
Saskjobs is partnering with the National Job Bank and will continue to provide recruiting, hiring and job matching services, along with a number of new features. As of March 30, new job postings on saskjobs.ca will not be accepted. Find out more.
The Meritorious Service Decorations were established to recognize those who inspire others through their motivation to find solutions to specific and pressing needs or provide an important service to their community or country. Sound like someone you know? Nominate them!