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Chair’s Message 2024

HAPPY NEW YEAR! On behalf of the Prairie Sky Chamber of Commerce, I hope that you were able to take a well-deserved break to share the joy of the holiday season with loved ones. As we head into 2024, we would like to take this opportunity to thank you, our valued...

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,...

Saskatchewan Pandemic Restrictions Lifted

February 2022 



Starting Monday, February 14, 2022, proof of vaccination or negative PCR tests will not be required to enter Saskatchewan businesses, workplaces, and other public venues. The remaining public health orders requiring masking in indoor public spaces will continue until the end of February. 

Therefore, any businesses that choose to require proof of vaccination will no longer have the legal protection of a public health order. After February, masks will no longer be mandatory, but businesses can choose to continue requiring masks for employees and patrons. 



  • Proof of vaccination records and QR codes will still be available for residents to travel to other jurisdictions where they are required. 
  • Vaccines and rapid tests kits will be available. 
  • Government recommendations include “wearing your best mask, taking advantage of free rapid testing, regular handwashing, staying home when ill and getting vaccinated, including your third/ booster dose as soon as you are eligible.” 
  • Businesses can impose reasonable rules for employees and non-discriminatory conditions for entry, such as wearing a mask and physical distancing. 
  • Businesses should post clear signage with the store’s health policies.