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Chamber News & Updates

JAMES BOGUSZ IS OPTIMISTIC ABOUT THE AIRPORT’S FUTURE

June 24, 2022
The latest edition of the Chamber’s Luncheon Series took place on Thursday with James Bogusz, President and CEO of the Regina Airport Authority, providing an interesting and informative presentation on the challenges presented by the pandemic and how the organization is moving forward. During his 35-minute presentation, which was followed by a Q&A session, Bogusz touched on a wide array of subjects.
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PROJECT RESILIENCE CONTINUING TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE

June 23, 2022
Project Resilience is an initiative created by the University of Regina to support students affected by war or other forms of political violence in their home countries so they may continue their studies here. On June 1, the Chamber was proud to join forces with the U of R for a Project Resilience fundraiser which featured a virtual chat with former Prime Minister, the Right Honourable Brian Mulroney.
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A GREAT DAY NETWORKING ON THE GREEN

June 22, 2022
The Regina & District Chamber of Commerce held its annual golf tournament — Networking On The Green — on Mon., June 20 at the Wascana Country Club and it was a roaring success.
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LEARNING TO LIVE WITH THE RISING COST OF INFLATION

June 22, 2022
Canada’s inflation rate hit 7.7% in May — its highest point since 1983 — as prices continue to rise from the grocery store to the gas station. But what, exactly, is inflation and how long will it remain at record highs? A breakdown of everything you need to know.
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RESILIENCE PROJECT EVENT WAS AN INSPIRING SUCCESS

June 1, 2022
On Wednesday evening (June 1) the University of Regina and the Regina & District Chamber of Commerce hosted a fundraising event for the Resilience Project.
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RPS CHIEF EVAN BRAY SPEAKS TO POLICING ISSUES & STRATEGIES

May 17, 2022
Evan Bray, chief of the Regina Police Service, took part Tuesday in the Chamber’s Luncheon Series and provided an interesting look at policing issues and strategies in the Queen City.
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AND THE PARAGON AWARD GOES TO . . .

April 12, 2022
The Regina & District Chamber of Commerce Paragon Awards were presented Friday evening. Sponsored by Nutrien and now in its 23rd year, the prestigious award show honours and celebrates Regina’s most outstanding businesses.
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CONEXUS ARTS CENTRE ADAPTING TO THE CHANGING BUSINESS WORLD

April 9, 2022
For most businesses in the food or entertainment industry, the pandemic has changed the landscape of how they do business. The Conexus Arts Centre, which offers catering, convention and entertainment services at its facility, has experienced this first-hand.
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2022 PARAGON AWARD FINALISTS ANNOUNCED

April 9, 2022
The Regina & District Chamber of Commerce is proud to announce the 2022 Paragon Award finalists. The Paragon Awards honour and celebrate the most outstanding businesses in Regina and the surrounding area.
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REGINA CHAMBER WELCOMING UKRAINIANS

April 9, 2022
As the inhumane crisis in the Ukraine continues, the Regina & District Chamber of Commerce is proud to work with all levels of government to ensure the safety of those fleeing from these brutal attacks.
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“BACK ON TRACK” BUDGET TO ASSIST BUSINESS GROWTH

April 9, 2022
Jeremy Harrison, Minister of Trade & Export Development, spent some time Wednesday afternoon with business groups identifying key economic points of the 2022-23 Provincial Budget.
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JOHN HOPKINS HONOURED BY THE PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT

April 9, 2022
In the 2022-23 budget announcement on Tuesday, Finance Minister Donna Harpauer honoured John Hopkins, the longtime CEO of the Regina & District Chamber of Commerce.
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A SUCCESSFUL WORLD JUNIORS BID HAS BENEFITS FOR REGINA & AREA

April 9, 2022
Last week the Regina & District Chamber of Commerce expressed its full support of the City of Regina in its joint bid to host the 2023 World Junior Championship.
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