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What is the Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce?


The Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce is a voluntary organization comprising business and professional men and women who have joined together for the purpose of promoting the civic, commercial, and industrial progress of their community.

The Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce is a provincial federation of Chambers of Commerce and Boards of Trade. In addition, the Chamber's membership includes individual business firms, comprising all sizes and types of enterprise across the province, and a number of provincial business and professional associations.

Representing a broad spectrum of community life in Saskatchewan, the Chamber is uniquely equipped to develop policies that accurately reflect the views of community and business leaders in the interest of all society.

What are the advantages of becoming a Saskatchewan Chamber member?

Membership gives you an opportunity to:
  • Affect government policy
  • Share public opinion
  • Monitor trends and new ideas
  • Promote business development
  • Represent your interests
  • Secure the future
Tangible benefits include:
  • Chambers of Commerce Group Insurance Plan
  • Transportation Member Discount Program   
You also have access to:
  • Networking events that are member-only
  • Webinars on a series of topics
  • Timely research papers on current business issues
The Saskatchewan Chamber is a highly specialized government relations consultant and an officially registered lobbyist for business. Formally and informally, the ideas of business members are presented to elected politicians and senior government officials on a regular basis.

The value of a membership extends beyond the benefits outlined here. The value is in the changes the organization is helping to achieve in our province: a new government attitude towards private enterprise, new partnerships for economic growth, and emphasis on trade and business development.

How do I become a member and what does it cost?

Fill out the form online and you will be contacted as soon as possible, or contact the Chamber office at (306) 352-2671.  

Click here to view our membership rates.

What if I can't actively participate?

By being a member, you are supporting an organization that represents your interests in the community. Your most important participation is simply signing on as a member.

How can I get more involved in the Chamber activities?
  • Join committees and task forces
  • Participate in board elections
  • Attend the Conference on Business, ABEX Awards, Political Forum, and other major Chamber events 
  • Email us to learn more about getting involved
What advertising opportunities are available through the Chamber?

You can purchase advertising in our online action! newsletter. Click here for current opportunities.

Where do I find tourism information for Saskatchewan?

Tourism Saskatchewan
189 - 1621 Albert Street, Regina, S4P 2S5
Phone: (306) 787-6293
www.tourismsaskatchewan.com
For travel information by phone, call 1-877-2ESCAPE (237-2273).

Where can I find information about moving to Saskatchewan?

The provincial government\'s website has information on everything from Driver\'s Licences and finding a Doctor, to health and vehicle registration. Visit https://www.saskatchewan.ca/residents/moving-to-saskatchewan.

To find property information from Realtors across Canada, visit the Canadian Real Estate Association\'s Multiple Listing Service website at www.mls.ca.

Looking for a job? Visit www.saskjobs.ca for available job positions across Saskatchewan.

Where do I find information about economic development and doing business in Saskatchewan?

Visit the offices or web site of the Ministry of the Economy:
2103 11th Avenue, Regina SK S4P 3V7 
Phone: (306) 787-2232
Fax: (306) 787-2159
www.economy.gov.sk.ca

Where can I find information about immigration?

Visit www.saskimmigrationcanada.ca.

Is there a central place where I can get information about all government services and programs that affect business in Saskatchewan?

gov't of saskWe suggest you go to the provincial government web site at www.gov.sk.ca, click on the appropriate link at left under Resources, or select the ministry from the list at the top of the page, if you know where you need to look. You may also use the search feature at the top of the government web site main page. If you are not successful in finding the information you are looking for, please contact us, and we will assist you to make sure you get the information you need.