2015 BDC Young Entrepreneur Award

Are you a Canadian business owner between the ages of 18 to 35?  Describe a turning point your business has reached and propose a solution that could take your company to the next level and you could compete for a grand prize of $100,000 and a second prize of $25,000 in consulting services from Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC).

For more information, please click 2015 BDC Young Entrepreneur Award Fact Sheet.

Ready, Willing & Able (RWA) Project

People with developmental disabilities are Ready, Willing & Able to work in communities across Canada.  The Canadian Association for Community Living’s Ready, Willing and Able (RWA) initiative, in partnership with the Canadian Autism Spectrum Disorders Alliance (CASDA), is designed to increase labour force participation of people with developmental disabilities, focusing on people with intellectual disabilities and people on the autism spectrum thereby advancing economic productivity and social inclusion in Canada.

For more information on how you can participate, please click Ready, Willing & Able Q & A


We are pleased to announce our participation in a new career and labour market initiative in Saskatchewan!

 SASKCAREERS is a one stop integrated site that will become the conduit for career planning needs for all Saskatchewan residents from kindergarten through to retirement. This site is ‘live’ and available across Saskatchewan, free of charge, to all job seekers, students, parents, career practitioners and employers.

In phase I of the project, the focus is on students both in provincial and federal band schools and those transitioning beyond the K-12 system.  It is currently being piloted with 8 school divisions and 2 First Nations. By 2015 it will be available to all schools across the Province and will be built into K-12 curriculum.

This websystem has been funded by the Government of Saskatchewan and the Government of Canada. The site includes tools that will help students and job seekers:

  • Identify their aptitudes, skills, and strengths;
  • Learn about different professions;
  • Identify available training and education opportunities within the province;
  • Investigate career opportunities, set objectives, develop an educational plan, and track their progress over time.

For Employers, it provides the opportunity for:

  • Engaging our youth and other job seekers to learn about careers and jobs in Saskatchewan;
  • To register as an employer interested in offering experiential learning opportunities such as job shadowing, mentorship, attending tours of your business and learning about your business and current and future opportunities;
  • To create visibility within your communities and demonstrate the variety of jobs and occupations in your business; and
  • To recruit your future labour force


The Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce and the Warman Chamber of Commerce along with other stakeholders, including the Saskatoon Industry Education Council, have joined in partnership in launching this new website intended to help students and others plan for their futures.


We encourage you to register your business and become involved!  Please click SaskCareers for more information.

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