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Saskatchewan businesses experiencing an ‘economic gash’ says provincial chamber of commerce

Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce CEO Steve McLellan

The Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce and its partners undertook a survey of businesses regarding COVID-19, and with over 1000 responses the results are stark but also hold some promise.

“Businesses told us clearly that they are in a very, very troubled position with so many unknowns,” said Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce CEO Steve McLellan.  “The best analogy is that we have suffered an economic gash that needs immediate attention and will take time to heal.” Continue reading “Saskatchewan businesses experiencing an ‘economic gash’ says provincial chamber of commerce”

Premiers’ US trade mission a success, says Moe

Premier Scott Moe

Premier Scott Moe has returned from a trade mission to Washington, D.C. where he led a delegation of Canadian premiers to the National Governors Association (NGA) Winter Meeting in Washington, D.C., from February 7 – 10 in his capacity as chair of the Council of the Federation (COF).

The COF delegation included New Brunswick Premier Blaine Higgs, Québec Premier François Legault, Ontario Premier Doug Ford and Alberta Premier Jason Kenney. Continue reading “Premiers’ US trade mission a success, says Moe”

Special mediator appointed in Co-op Refinery dispute

Labour Relations and Workplace Safety Minister Don Morgan has appointed Vince Ready as a special mediator to assist in the negotiations between Unifor Local 594 and the Consumer’s Co-operative Refineries Limited.

The labour action began on December 5, 2019, at the Co-op Refinery Complex after the union issued strike notice and the Co-op issued lock-out notice to workers. Continue reading “Special mediator appointed in Co-op Refinery dispute”

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