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City of Chernivtsi now caring for 150,000+ displaced people   SASKATOON, SASKATCHEWAN – April 14, 2022 – Community and business leaders are uniting behind a fundraising effort to purchase and transport vital equipment and supplies to Saskatoon’s sister city in Ukraine following an urgent request for help sent to Mayor Charlie Clark from Chernivtsi Mayor Roman Klichuk.   First responders in Chernivtsi have also

Please see the below message from the Greater Saskatoon Chamber of Commerce.   COVID Mandates and Protocols Set to End in February   Today the province announced its plan to end the Proof of Vaccination or Negative Test policy on February 14th along with the end of the public health order effective February 28th.   Effective February 14th businesses that are currently mandated to require proof of vaccination or a negative test

Please see the below message from the Greater Saskatoon Chamber of Commerce.   Budget Should Focus on Cost Control and Competitiveness   Saskatoon City Council urged to examine tax rates through a recovery lens   The Greater Saskatoon Chamber of Commerce is urging City Council to review the city’s proposed 2022-2023 Business Plan and Budget with a greater focus on cost control, competitiveness and Saskatoon’s economic

Please see the below message from the Greater Saskatoon Chamber of Commerce.   Rapid Test Kits – Just Arrived   The Saskatoon Chamber has been re-stocked with COVID rapid test kits for distribution to the general public and employees of small businesses.   We will start distributing these test kits tomorrow (Nov 23) at 8:30 a.m. at the Chamber Office located at 110-345 4th Ave S.   Each kit contains

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