The Government of Saskatchewan, through the Status of Women Office, is pleased to announce the creation of an advisory committee to examine the entrepreneurial gender gap in Saskatchewan. The advisory committee is created and funded through a partnership with Women Entrepreneurs of Saskatchewan (WESK).
Supporting the next generation of apprentices and tradespeople—particularly women and Indigenous people—depends on high-quality apprenticeship training systems, like union-based training centres.
Small businesses have gone a full month without information about the grants and rebates promised to them under the federal carbon tax in Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario and New Brunswick. The Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) has been asking the government for details about the grants and rebates for months without answer.
It has become an annual tradition that the Saskatchewan Heavy Construction Association looks forward to every year – giving back to the communities and organizations that do so much for so many.
This year’s cheque presentation was especially gratifying. Thanks to our thoughtful and generous members, through funds raised at our most recent annual convention, we donated $105,675 this year to the Ronald McDonald House Charities Saskatchewan.