Provincial Chamber to announce launch of Indigenous Engagement Charter

Regina, SK – On Tuesday, January 21st, 2020, the Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce will be launching its Indigenous Engagement Charter at the First Nations University in Regina. The Indigenous Engagement Charter will be launched in Saskatoon on January 22, 2020.
 
The Indigenous Engagement Charter has been developed with expertise and cultural sensitivity and aims to bring Saskatchewan’s Indigenous population to the same economic level as the broader population by enhancing engagement from businesses. The Charter will assist businesses as they work towards enhanced engagement with Saskatchewan’s Indigenous communities. 
 
“Reaching out and engaging Indigenous people and communities is a priority for us as a Chamber and for Saskatchewan’s business community. We have strong commitments from many businesses across the province and we believe that this Charter can assist in the engagement process,” said Nick Crighton, Director of Indigenous Engagement at the Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce (SCC). 
 
What: Indigenous Engagement Charter Launch Event - Regina
When: Tuesday, January 21, 2020 at 9:00 AM
Where: First Nations University, 1 First Nations Way, Regina
Speakers: Lieutenant Governor Russell Mirasty; MLA Mark Docherty; Valerie Sluth, SCC Chair; Lisa Mooney, Nutrien; Thomas Benjoe, SCC 2nd Vice-Chair; Nick Crighton, SCC Director of Indigenous Engagement
RSVP for the Regina event here
 
What: Indigenous Engagement Charter Launch Event - Saskatoon
When: Wednesday, January 22, 2020 at 9:00 AM
Where: World Trade Centre Saskatoon at Prairieland Park, 503 Ruth Street West, Saskatoon
Speakers: Minister Lori Carr; Mayor Charlie Clark; Monica Kreuger, SCC Vice-Chair; Nick Crighton, SCC Director of Indigenous Engagement
RSVP for the Saskatoon event here.
 
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