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An ideal prevention tool for your customer and your businesses! In only a few minutes, this breathalyzer will inform your customers if they are over the legal driving limit.
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- No calibration necessary
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From left: Scott Moe, Alanna Koch, Ken Cheveldayoff, Tina Beaudry-Mellor, and Gord Wyant
There are 2 leadership debates remaining and these are your opportunity to attend and bring the hotel & hospitality industry issues to the attention of the next Premier of Saskatchewan.
Saskatchewan Party members are welcome to join the Leadership Candidates at the following two candidate debates:
Thursday November 30 in Weyburn
When: 7pm - 9pm
Where: Cugnet Centre
Thursday December 7 in Regina
When: 7pm - 9pm
Where: DoubleTree by Hilton, 1975 Broad St.
Do you have a question for the candidates? Submit it to firstname.lastname@example.org
Watch the next issue of the member magazine, coming mid-December, for more leadership candidate insight.
The City of Vancouver recently passed legislation to regulate short-term rentals, allowing rentals only in one’s principal residence. This is great news for the hotel industry as this will eliminate the commercial side of Airbnb’s business (and other similar platforms) in Vancouver, which competes directly with hotels.
This legislation is critical because it sets a precedent for other Canadian cities. The City noted that enforcement is critical and it is their intention to ensure platforms are held accountable. The Saskatchewan Hotel & Hospitality Association will continue to work with our members to advocate for similar legislation in communities around Saskatchewan.
“We would like to commend the City of Vancouver in their recent move to restrict short term rentals to operator’s primary residences. These regulations are an important measure towards curbing the commercial activities of company’s like Airbnb and sets a direction that creates a level playing for all operations that work in this space.
We have recommended to our provincial and municipal governments that they recognize the precedent set by the City of Vancouver and implement similar regulations and legislation”. Jim Bence, SHHA President & CEO
After a 9 year hiatus, the Saskatchewan Hotel & Hospitality Association is pleased to announce that we will be publishing a Membership Directory, which will be mailed in January 2018. This directory will serve as a year-round resource for over 400 owners, key managers and industry stakeholders.
All Members and Affiliate Members will receive a basic listing; however if you’re looking for extra exposure with an advertisement and/or enhanced listing please contact David Bastable at (204) 979-6071 or by email at dbastable
TO DOWNLOAD THE RATE CARD CLICK HERE
By Jonathan Hamelin
When you examine Herman Zentner’s background, you would assume it was an easy decision for him to enter the hotel and hospitality industry.
His grandfather purchased a hotel in Chamberlain in 1960 and ran the business until he passed away in 1992 after a battle with cancer. Zentner’s grandmother and father then headed up operations. As he was growing up, however Zentner didn’t originally plan to follow in his family’s footsteps.
“I never really had anything to do with the hotel growing up". Zentner said. “I was a welder by trade and never imagined I’d be involved withthe hotel.”
In 2006, Zentner’s family went through a difficult year as Zentner’s father and then grandmother passed away after battles with cancer. The business was willed to Zentner and his brother and suddenly the future of the hotel was up in the air.
“The big question was ‘what do we do with this?’ “Zentner said. “We both had great fulltime jobs; we were home every night and had decent pay and benefits. We had to determine whether we should sell it or open it.”
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You've Got The Power TO SAVE
1 – Commercial Walk Through Assessment
SaskPower will pay 90% of the cost to have a qualified energy advisory go through a property and identify opportunities to be more efficient and save money on their power bills.
The customer will receive a report with payback periods, a presentation and be directed to any other relevant programs that we offer.
2 – Online Commercial Energy Assessment Tool
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This assessment tool will allow customers to see an estimated breakdown of the factors that contribute to their total energy costs and highlight steps they can take to decrease usage & costs.
Located at the junction of two busy Saskatchewan Highways! Family run business since 1960!
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Welcome to one of Regina’s newest all-suite hotel. Discover a world–class service focused hospitality experience that will exceed your travel needs. Whether you are in town for business or leisure, the 121 new stylish suites offer the very best in space and comfort for an unforgettable escape, enhanced by attentive services and top notch amenities.
4300 Diefenbaker Drive, Regina, Saskatchewan S4X 0M2
306-949-4000 or toll free 1-800-972-3226
Ajit Matharu specializes in the Hospitality Industry and has a large network of buyers that he has assisted over 30 years. Ajit can assist in analyzing the revenue stream from a restaurant, a 10 unit motel or a 100 plus unit full service hotel
Ajit can assist in site inspection, coordinate and help with building inspections, environmental, appraisals and financing.
Ajit makes sure to look after his clients and assist them, “Every Step of the Way”.
Ajit Matharu, Prof. Realty Corp.
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533 Victoria Ave Regina, SK S4N 0P8
In 2017 the SHHA will be working harder than ever to support and promote our Affiliate Members and partners through our website, magazine, e-blast and marketing collateral.
With your support, we will continue to work tirelessly on your behalf. We understand that when our partners thrive, our association and its members also thrive.
In an economy that will present many challenges in 2017, it is more important than ever that we work together promoting each other’s businesses and services.
If you supply goods and services to the hospitality industry, and would like to become an “Affiliate Member” of the SHHA click here
The Saskatchewan Hotel & Hospitality Association is the provincial organization that represents YOU and the many hotels, bars and restaurants in Saskatchewan. Our association is responsible for providing you with the voice and support the hospitality industry needs to operate effectively and profitably.
The SHHA has a reputation of being an extremely effective lobby and advocacy group because of the activities we engage in and the strength of our membership. We are YOUR voice with government ministries, and MLA’s.
For further information call (306) 790 - 1045 or email info
The Saskatchewan Hotel & Hospitality Association...Supporting the Tourism and Hospitality Industry.