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June 2022

Welcome to our Newest Chamber Members:

Insole By The Roll – 306.630.8521
McKarr's Furniture & Mattress Shop Ltd. – 306.692.5885
Right At Home Builders – 306.313.9449
Ruchi's Masala House – 306.692.0112
Saskatchewan Association of Watersheds Inc. – 306.631.9254
Saskatchewan Assessment Management Agency – 306.694.4477
TeleFi Wireless Ltd. – 306.513.6500



CEO Message – Rob Clark

Your Chamber has been hard at work in support of businesses, non-profits and community partners and will continue too do so. From networking events to videos and email blasts to social media posts, our goal is to bring as much awareness as possible to the Moose Jaw Business community. This support is designed to be a critical driver of economic recovery and resiliency for our local economy.
Your feed back matters! Help us identify needs and issues we can plan for a healthier business community.
 
LIVE. LOVE.LOCAL.
Shop Small. Shop Moose Jaw.
As we head into the summer shopping season, remember our small businesses in your purchasing and planning. Small business creates jobs and opportunities for our workforce and are an integral part of our local economy.
 
Think Moose Jaw First. Before you purchase a gift or needed supplies, consider local, many have online options and can help you find what you need.
Follow Moose jaw & District Chamber of Commerce and local businesses on Social Media and post reviews.
Use the Moose jaw & District Chamber of Commerce online directory to research local businesses by category or keywords to find what you need.
Spread the word about the importance of shopping Moose Jaw year-round. Encourage your employees, friends, and family to visit local businesses. 
For every dollar spent approximately 70 cents stays in the local community, by shopping Moose Jaw, you are making a difference.
 
The Moose Jaw & District Chamber of Commerce applauds the work of Burns & McDonnell and developers of SaskPower’s Great Plains Power Station.
 
Not to be overlooked are the significant contributions that the Great Plains Power Station makes to our local communities through outreach initiatives which includes many charitable organizations, scholarships, food security, youth programs as well as up 500 employees during the construction stage can be expected, providing economic, fiscal and workforce impact that could have an overwhelming effect on our community.
 
Like any community we thrive on the input from investments and developers in our area.
 
Great Plains Power Station is playing their part with site local content, as of end of April:
·        Local Moose Jaw companies Utilized/Purchased from: 101
·        Total Moose Jaw Workers: 143 or 20.23%
·        Total local Charities/Donations/Sponsorships: 11
 
We are very impressed by the efforts of Burns & McDonnell, SaskPower, and their site contractors; this is good news for our community and a win - win situation. 


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The Business Voice - Supporting the Moose Jaw & District business community'
88 Saskatchewan St. E. Moose Jaw SK S6H 0V4
Phone: 306.692.6414
chamber@mjchamber.com
https://www.mjchamber.com