The Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce is a provincial not-for-profit organization that supports the interests of business, including civic, commercial and industrial enterprise.
A very important part of the Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce's advocacy activities is our policy creation process. This is an opportunity to voice your businesses' or chamber's concerns on issues that are important to business in Saskatchewan. While many of our policies originate from within our five internal Expert Committees (Finance, Investment and Growth, Human Resources, Youth Education and Training, Environment) that support the Chamber's work, policy resolutions submitted by our members and local Chambers also help to clarify the position of our organization on specific issues. The process provides members with the opportunity to identify issues of importance and helps to ensure that positions taken by the Saskatchewan Chamber reflect the views of the membership.
Your role, as a chamber member, is of great importance. Participation sets the stage for making Saskatchewan a better place to live, work and invest.
The Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce has updated its policy development process. The new process gives us an opportunity to meet with members in their communities. We want to hear from you on the emerging issues and proposed solutions; as such we will regularly hold Policy Roundtables in communities around the province. Invitations to attend the Policy Roundtables are sent well in advance to members in the host community.