Indigenous Awareness Training
8:30 am – 4:30 pm
Open to members and the general public, this introductory session covers the history of First Nations and Metis Peoples in Saskatchewan from pre-contact to today, including the Treaties, the TRC Calls to Action, the duty to consult, impact and benefit agreements, The Indian Act, and residential schools.
3:30 – 9:00 pm
The Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce’s Political Forum offers an excellent opportunity to discuss the issues that matter to you and your business with our province’s elected officials. Connect with the Premier, key Ministers and Critics at an exclusive gathering and help present the viewpoints of Saskatchewan’s business community.
Political Forum is open only to Saskatchewan Chamber members. Space is limited.
Unifying Saskatchewan’s diverse business landscape, we advocate for businesses of all sizes, collaborating with local chambers and professional associations to shape policies that truly represent our dynamic business community.
By becoming a member, you help strengthen our voice as we work to make Saskatchewan the best place to live, work, and invest.
The Charter serves as a roadmap to provide businesses with the tools to achieve engagement and assists the business community in demonstrating the role it must play in reconciliation.
A directory of Indigenous-owned businesses in Saskatchewan that aims to ensure that more Indigenous businesses can participate in the Saskatchewan supply chain and allows for increased engagement.