Your Regina & District Chamber of Commerce membership gives you exclusive access to Our premier business events.
The Chamber offers a variety of Virtual and in person events each year, including networking events, business luncheons, speaker events and webinars; Our goal is to continue to provide our members the opportunity to gain new business knowledge while making valuable connections in the community.
See some of our past events
What can this fund do for your non-for-profit and municiply owned community infrastructure asset?
The Ministry of Immigration and Career Training shares what the road to re-opening looks like and the province’s current and future labour market trends.
Michael Bach, CEO of CCDI shares his 6-step process for starting on your D&I journey, and seeing it through successfully.
Jenelyn Ong - Manager, Entrepreneurship, Square One talks about how businesses have had to adapt quickly to changes brought on by the pandemic.
Minister Jeremy Harrison, Deputy Minister Clint Repski and Mr. Ken Dueck, Executive Director of the Business Response Team provided an update to our membership on the Saskatchewan Re-Opening Roadmap.
In partnership with SaskJobs, we were pleased to have the Honorable Rona Ambrose as our keynote speaker at the 2021 Emerging Labour Force Trends Conference.
To secure Canada’s future we must be focused on rebuilding our economy, protecting Canadians, and safely getting people back to work in every sector and in every region of our country.
Nadia Lombardi, Program Manager, Erle Higgins, Technical Manager, and Nigel Russell, Regional Advisor, presented on CyberSecure Canada – a national cybersecurity program that helps small and medium sized businesses bolster their cybersecurity and protect their digital footprint through a comprehensive Cybersecurity Certification process.
They were joined by Doug Blakey, President at Watsec Cyber Risk Management, who walked through the certification process from start to finish highlighting what businesses should expect in becoming certified.
The Saskatchewan Ministry of Justice, in partnership with the 4to40 supported employment initiative, shares their success story of engaging Lucas Faye, an accomplished, inspirational young man with an intellectual disability.
Aaron Orban, Executive Director of the Access and Privacy Branch, Donna Flaman-Johnson, 4to40 Inclusive Employment Broker, and Allen Faye, Lucas's father share their perspectives on what can happen when you put people first and open yourself to the possibilities and contributions a person with an intellectual disability can make.