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It's no surprise the shortage of skilled labour is considered the biggest impediment to economic growth in Saskatchewan...Canadian businesses back. "It's interesting that it's coming from the Canadian Chamber of Commerce,'' Saskatchewan Chamber of
StarPhoenix reporters recall their most memorable stories of 2012. The outcry from a communications-savvy film and television industry and its supporters over the Saskatchewan Party government's decision to eliminate the film employment tax credit
Saskatchewan's unemployment rate fell to a seasonally adjusted 4.5 per cent, down from November 2011's 5.1 per cent. That equals a 3.0 per cent increase year over year, said Doug Elliott, publisher of Sask Trends Monitor. "November (2011) was a bad
The provincial government erred in how it axed the film employment tax credit, Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce CEO Steve McLellan said, strongly denouncing the handling of the cut. "They clearly made a mistake in terms of the process," he told
Special to The Globe and Mail Published Sunday, Aug. 05 2012, 10:43 PM EDT Last updated Sunday, Aug. 05 2012, 10:54 PM EDT James Neil Glass knew what he wanted...Finally and most daringly, he wanted to work together with his family's archrivals to
Given the way in which our world's population is soaring, over the next 40 years, we need to grow crop output by the same order as over the last 10,000 years, Darrell Zwarych, vice-president of finance, potash, for The Mosaic Company, told a
The Greater Saskatoon Chamber of Commerce gave the provincial budget a B+ grade, down from last year's A-minus rating. Chamber executive director Kent Smith-Windsor said the downgrade was primarily related to the lack of education propertytax reform.
Saskatchewan appears to be having a jobless boom in which employment has grown by only 0.3 per cent in 2011 despite strong economic growth, record capital investment and other positive indicators, says Sask Trends Monitor. That shouldn't happen,''
Steve McLellan, CEO of Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce, said the chamber was pleased to welcome Weyburn Inland Terminal as the 24th inductee to the Saskatchewan Business Hall of Fame. Weyburn Inland Terminal showcases the entrepreneurial spirit of
Business groups, like the Canadian Federation of Independent Business and Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce, have been making their lists and checking them twice as the provincial election campaign nears the halfway point. Powering Entrepreneurship,