M. D. Ambulance to be inducted into Sask Chamber Business Hall of Fame for 2014
Saskatoon business M. D. Ambulance Care Ltd. will be inducted into the Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce Business Hall of Fame at the 2014 ABEX Awards November 1 in Regina.
“M. D. Ambulance’s long and distinguished history within the province, along with its significant contributions to the emergency medical services community in Canada, making M. D. Ambulance a natural choice for the Business Hall of Fame,” said Steve McLellan, CEO of the Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce.
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Mr. Paul J. Hill named 2014 ABEX Business Leader of the Year
Today, the Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce announced that the 2014 Business Leader of the Year, sponsored by Saskatchewan Polytechnic, will be renowned Regina resident and businessman Paul J. Hill. This award will be presented at the 2014 ABEX Awards, to be held in Regina at the Delta Regina Hotel on November 1. To read the press release click here
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2014 ABEX Finalists Announced
The Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce the list of finalists for the 31st anniversary Achievement in Business Excellence (ABEX) Awards, to be held November 1st at the Delta Hotel in Regina. These finalists will compete in the nine ABEX Award categories, in addition this year The Community Cornerstone Award has been introduced. This award is will be awarded through online voting which is open now at http://www.abexcornerstone.com/.
Click here to view the full listing of finalists
National Post special section highlights Saskatchewan P3 Summit speakers, identifies Sask as emerging P3 leader
A special section released by the National Post recently shone a light on Public-Private Partnerships (or P3s), and strongly indicated that Saskatchewan is a force to be reckoned with in the area of P3 leadership.
The section, which can be found at www.infrastructurecanada.ca, was created with input from P3 Summit speakers Mark Romoff, Rupen Pandya, Olivia MacAngus, and Owen D. Pawson. One article in particular puts focus on Saskatchewan as a P3 leader: www.infrastructurecanada.ca/p3s/saskatchewan-an-emerging-p3-leader.
Delegates to the Summit (register today by clicking the banner above) can access hard copies of the edition at the event itself.
Temporary Foreign Worker Program changes demonstrate lack of understanding of Saskatchewan business needs
The changes recently announced to the federal Temporary Foreign Worker Program failed to demonstrate a clear understanding of the need for more workers and the current value of the TFW program to businesses in Saskatchewan. To see the media release sent out by the Saskatchewan Chamber, click here.
Productivity Resources right here on the Chamber website
The Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce has increased its focus on the need for enhanced business productivity in response to current issues that face Saskatchewan businesses, such as the shortage of skilled workers. A list of productivity tools may now be found on the Productivity section of our website. Simply click the link in the left column of our home page to enter this area and view the tools.