The Nipawin & District  Chamber of Commerce

 

We are a non-partisan, not-for-profit membership organization that promotes business and economic growth, advocates on behalf of local businesses and enriches the community. The Nipawin & District Chamber of Commerce was established in 1923 and is one of 50 chambers in Saskatchewan. We have memberships with the Canadian Chamber and the Saskatchewan Chamber to keep us connected with provincial and federal issues that affect our local businesses. We also offer a group insurance program, Esso fleet cards, and other savings programs for our members.

SUPPORTING OUR LOCAL ECONOMY & MEMBERS BY ADVOCATING FOR STRONG ECONOMIC GROWTH AND SUSTAINABILITY FOR OUR BUSINESS COMMUNITY.

Nipawin & District Chamber of Commerce Business Resources

​​MISSION

 

​The mission of the Nipawin & District Chamber of Commerce Incorporated is to advocate for, and enhance, the economic growth of the region for the benefit of all. 

Live, Shop, Play, Invest Northeast Saskatchewan

VISION

 

​The Nipawin & District Chamber of Commerce  advocates for the business community to provide an environment for economic development and business prosperity for the Greater Northeast Region.

MEET THE TEAM

The Nipawin & District Chamber of Commerce Board is comprised of Chamber member businesses. If you are interested in being a business leader in your community and want to join the chamber board, contact us today.

MEET THE TEAM

VISION

 

​The Nipawin & District Chamber of Commerce serves as the advocate for the business community to provide an environment for economic development and business prosperity for the Greater Northeast Region.

IN THE NEWS

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If you are a company in the Prairie Provinces looking to grow, the Business Scale-up and Productivity (BSP) program could be for you. BSP supports high-growth businesses that are scaling up and producing innovative goods, services, or technologies. It offers interest-free, repayable funding to incorporated Canadian companies. The objectives of the program are to: assist...