Wins for Sask Business
The Sask Chamber Policy Resolution from 2018 recommended that ridesharing is a unique opportunity for business and consumers in Saskatchewan and would contribute to safe transportation options. Ridesharing has been approved in Saskatoon and Regina.
“Thank you for your ongoing support to encourage the province and city to adopt ridesharing rules that would allow Uber to operate.”
M. van Hemmen
Public Policy Manager at Uber
Small Business TaxLearn More
We teamed up with our national, provincial and our local chamber counterparts in the 2017 fight against the proposed small business tax changes. Our continued pressure on government to do the right thing, and to avoid implementing tax changes that would be damaging to business yielded results and the changes were avoided.
Indigenous Engagement CharterLearn More
The SCC Indigenous Engagement Charter makes it easier for Saskatchewan businesses to employ and retain Indigenous people into the workforce.
WCB PayoutsLearn More
We advocated for an enhanced process and quicker payouts and these efforts resulted in more than $422 million being returned to Saskatchewan business.
Northern Business TaskforceLearn More
The SCC Northern business Task Force report significantly supported improved funding levels for northern communities and northern infrastructure from provincial and federal government.
Financial LiteracyLearn More
We advocated for the introduction of Financial Literacy into the Saskatchewan K-12 curriculum. Financial Literacy is now being piloted in schools across the province. We also advocated for an independent network, which was founded in 2016.
The Saskatchewan Financial Literacy Network is expert driven, bringing all of the financial information available in Saskatchewan right to your fingertips.