The Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce represents the Saskatchewan business community, advocating on behalf of all sizes of businesses, local chambers of commerce, and professional associations. As the Voice of Saskatchewan business, it is the Chamber that advocates on behalf of Chamber members to elected politicians and senior government officials.
The Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce belongs to a network of local chambers throughout the province and is a part of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce at the national level.
By representing a broad spectrum of community life in Saskatchewan, the Saskatchewan Chamber is uniquely equipped to develop policies that accurately reflect the needs of the business community.
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SCC CEO Meets with Prime Minister Trudeau as part of the Canadian Chamber’s Hill DayMay 2, 2023
Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce CEO Prabha Ramaswamy was honoured to represent Saskatchewan last week at the Canadian Chamber of Commerce Hill Days. Over the course of three days, Ramaswamy participated in a variety of meetings and events with President of…Continue Reading
Provincial Post Budget RecapMarch 31, 2023
The Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce (SCC) is pleased with many aspects of the 2023/2024 Provincial Budget, but it does fall short in addressing a few priorities that are important to our members. Here are some of the wins and losses…Continue Reading
RFQ: Photography ServicesFebruary 23, 2023
The Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce (SCC) is seeking quotes from professional photographers across Saskatchewan to photograph five signature events in 2023. These photographs may be used in print and digital media, including but not limited to annual reports, event brochures,…Continue Reading
Legislative Recommendations of the Workers’ Compensation Act Committee of ReviewFebruary 10, 2023
The following letter was submitted by the Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce to the WCB Committee of Review as part of their feedback process. Dear Minister Morgan, Thank you for the opportunity to provide feedback on the legislative recommendations of…Continue Reading
Summary of the 2022 SCC Economic Outlook SurveyJanuary 11, 2023
Recently, Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce (SCC) business members participated in the SCC Economic Outlook survey to provide insights into the provincial government, business competitiveness, and workforce challenges. In 2022, the perception of the Saskatchewan government improved, with 41% of respondents…Continue Reading
STEP Congratulates Canadian Organic Spice and Herb Co. on Receiving the 2022 ABEX Export AwardNovember 10, 2022
Written by Saskatchewan Trade and Export Partnership (STEP) As a finalist for a Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce 2022 ABEX Award, Colleen Haussecker, founder of Canadian Organic Spice & Herb Co., and her team were excited for the presentation of this…Continue Reading
2022 OH&S AmendmentsNovember 9, 2022
On November 3, 2022, the Government of Saskatchewan introduced amendments to the occupational health and safety (OH&S) provisions of The Saskatchewan Employment Act. In late 2021, the Saskatchewan Chamber provided the government with input into these amendments. Read the submission here….Continue Reading
WCB Rate Setting 2023November 3, 2022
The Saskatchewan Workers’ Compensation Board (WCB) has announced the 2023 preliminary average employer premium rate at $1.28 per $100.00 of accessible payroll. The 2022 average employer premium rate was $1.23. This is an overall rate increase of 4.1 percent. The…Continue Reading