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Have your say on cannabis legalization in Saskatchewan!

September 13, 2017
The Sask government is seeking your input on the province’s role in cannabis legalization until Oct 6.

NAFTA negotiations are ongoing. Here’s what it means for you.

August 16, 2017
Talks are tense as we are approach the fourth round of negotiations to decide the future of the North American Free Trade Agreement. Find out what the talks could mean for small businesses.

What the new trade agreement needs to get right

July 13, 2017
The new Canadian Free Trade Agreement is a big step toward making trade between provinces easier, but there’s more to do. Here are some key priorities it needs to address for small business owners.

Meet CFIB’s Saskatchewan Intern in Public Policy & Entrepreneurship

July 10, 2017
We’re excited to have Anthony Hinzmann, a 4th year Economics student at the University of Regina join us this summer. Anthony is working on the 10th annual Sask Property Tax Gap Report, which analyzes the residential and commercial property tax gap in over 100 Saskatchewan municipalities

Celebrate Buy Local Day – Shop Small Biz

May 15, 2015
The Sask Legislature proclaimed the first Saturday of each month as Buy Local Day.

CFIB members voice views on liquor retailing in Sask

February 23, 2015
We recently submitted your views to the government on how you want liquor retailing to move forward in Saskatchewan.

Shop Small Biz – Canada’s Favourite Small Business named

July 25, 2014
Canadian small and medium independent businesses have, for the first time, come together to speak directly to consumers through an online directory and deal finder made exclusively for them. Shop Small Biz is a made-in-Canada business directory that connects small businesses with thousands of potential customers.

New recycling program coming to Sask – Will your business be affected?

March 5, 2014
New laws for regulating Printed Paper & Packaging waste were recently passed as part of the Saskatchewan government’s Multi-Material Recycling Program (MMRP), which take effect on January 1, 2015.

CFIB’s new president comes to Saskatchewan

November 14, 2012
CFIB’s President and CEO, Dan Kelly, was recently in Saskatchewan to meet Premier Wall, Finance Minister Krawetz and Minister Boyd. Mr. Kelly also met with stakeholders and staff.

Saskatchewan Proclaims 2011 'Year of the Entrepreneur'

May 4, 2011
CFIB congratulates Saskatchewan on proclaiming 2011 the Year of the Entrepreneur. From our perspective, the timing couldn’t be better: it coincides with our year-long celebration to mark CFIB’s 40th anniversary.
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