Since 1920, the Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce has represented 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, the Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce is uniquely equipped to develop policies that accurately reflect the needs of the business community.
In addition to our policy and advocacy work, we facilitate a range of events, programs and benefits to strengthen and grow Saskatchewan’s network of Chambers and member businesses.
What We Do
The Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce is a provincial not-for-profit organization that supports the interests of business, including civic, commercial and industrial enterprise.
Its membership includes individual business firms, as well as provincial business and professional associations and government agencies.
The Chamber, and particularly its governing bodies, is charged with bringing together the diverse interests and myriad, varied needs of its Members to shape and achieve goals that benefit its members, the organization and the province.
Saskatchewan business making the province the best place to live, work and invest.
To strengthen Saskatchewan’s business community and competitive enterprise system for an improved quality of life.
On July 21 1920, 26 delegates gathered at the McCallum Hill Building, Regina’s first skyscraper and founded what is now known as the Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce.
Business in Saskatchewan was very different 100 years ago and a lot has changed in the business world since 1920. One thing that hasn’t changed is the need for a unified voice that represents the needs of Saskatchewan business.
The Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce membership now includes some 65 chambers of commerce and boards of trade who themselves have more than 10,000 members. In addition, there are over 1,000 direct business representatives.
Read more about the 100 year journey and where we are heading in “A Century of Enterprise”.