Rawlco Radio Announcement
Member Feature Cora Breakfast
Prairie Sky Chamber of Commerce is proud to showcase our member feature this week Cora Breakfast! Cora Breakfast is a breakfast and brunch restaurant located at 3020 Preston Ave S #100. With a great selection of breakfast food and brunch items to chose from such as...
SAVE THE DATE March 24&25!
Martensville Business Expo will be taking place again this year on March 24&25th. This year, there will be a job fair taking place on the Friday evening. Business are able to join the job fair and expo if they so chose, or to donate their job fair booth to a non...
Onboarding and Employee Retention Workshop JAN 18 2023
Join us on January 18th, over the lunch hour (12-1pm) for a Lunch & Learn work shop on Onboarding & Retaining Staff. This workshop is presented by Homefield People & Strategy who provides a variety of solutions from one on one coaching, business strategy,...
Member Feature Snap Fitness Warman
Prairie Sky Chamber of Commerce is proud to showcase our member feature this week, Snap Fitness Warman! Snap Fitness is Warman's newest gym. With a great selection of equipment to chose from, such as squat racks, press, hack squats. They also have a great selection of...
New Economic Development Officer
The City of Warman has a New Economic Development Officer! Ashley Goetz began working in the role on November 21st.
With a farming background and experience in agriculture and animal care, Ashley has recently completed an MBA degree from the University of Saskatchewan. She’s passionate about business and economics, as well as public policy. Ashley is very excited to bring her skills and knowledge to her new position with the city.
The city of Warman has seen a steady growth in both population and business since 2011. Between 2011 – 2016 Warman’s population grew 55%. So far in 2022, Warman has had an increase of over 5% in business licenses. Growth in storefront businesses now out-paces the population growth of the city. Nearly $6 million in commercial building permits. And over $30 million in overall building permits.