From Left: Herman Zentner, Shotz on Eleven, Chamberlain; Jasmine Deblois, Limerick Hotel; Joel Kish, Ice House Tavern, Emerald Park; Jim Bence, SHHA President & CEO, Gary Hoffert, Regional VP, Canalta Hotels, Chair of the Board; Glenn Weir, Best Western Seven Oaks, Regina, Past Chair; Denny Joyal, Waterfront Beach Bar & Grill, Regina Beach; Courtney Morrison, Best Western Plus East Side, Saskatoon; Lance Grosco, Duck Lake Hotel; John McKenzie; Katepwa Hotel; Bryan Baraniski, Shorebird Inn, Tobin Lake
At Sysco, they believe every restaurant should have a menu that illustrates their story in a profitable way. Sysco has the right ingredients and fresh ideas to help you grow and connect with your guests.
Your menu is your brand; and Sysco has everything from a self-service app, to a team of menu experts and designers to analyze and create your personalized handcrafted menu. This is just one more way Sysco brings more to the table.
Be sure to attend this session on Wednesday May 30, 9:00 AM, TCU Place, Saskatoon, during the SHHA Conference.
From left: CITREC Chairman Mr. Ashwant Dwivedi greets Leonita Henry and son Miyier Volly who joined her husband Careka Volly in Canada
Guadalcanal province’s partnership with the Saskatchewan Hotel & Hospitality Association (SHHA) and the Canadian International Training & Education Corporation (CITREC Canada) has resulted in Saskatchewan welcoming two families from the Solomon Islands as part of Canada’s Immigration re-unification process.
Leonita Henry accompanied by her son Miyier Volly, touched down at Vancouver International Airport, and was greeted by CITREC Chairman Mr. Ashwant Dwivedi and Immigration officials.
She was joined by her husband, Careka Volly who is employed in Canada as a Restaurant Supervisor. Mr. Volly was accepted into Canada last year under the “Permanent Resident Nomination Program”.
Mr. Volly was a successful candidate of the Canadian employment partnership between the Canadian Tourism Sector Council and Guadalcanal Province, and worked through the summer of 2016 in Saskatchewan at the Waterfront Beach Bar & Grill in Regina Beach, a SHHA member property.
“The SHHA needs to be creative in addressing the requirements of our membership, and the Solomon Islands represent a unique and exciting opportunity to satisfy the needs of both our members and the Government and peoples of the Solomon Islands.” Said SHHA President & CEO, Jim Bence.
“We have proven that our GP-CITREC graduates have the ability to be employed in any sector. This is indeed a very proud moment for the people of Guadalcanal and Solomon Islands,” Mr. Dwivedi said.
Visit http://www.siecsi.com/html/contact_us/solomon-islands-initiative/index.cfm to read the complete article and for more information about the CITREC program and the Solomon Islands
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"Tourism Talk" is Tourism Saskatoon's monthly eNewsletter that provides latest updates related to events and attractions in the community.
Sherri Morrell, Provincial Manager – Saskatchewan Proximo Canada
Some beverages are linked to the regions they are from. You can’t go there without sampling a drink or two. Here are three destination-linked drinks to enjoy.
Singapore Sling - Barman Ngiam Tong Boon created Singapore’s signature drink at the Long Bar in Raffles Hotel around 1915. The hotel catered to a refined British guest and he wanted to develop a drink that would appeal to all patrons. The fruity cocktail is a blend of Boodles London Dry Gin, Cherry Heering, and Benedictine and pineapple juice.
Piña Colada - Barkeep Ramon Marrero developed the piña colada at Puerto Rico’s Caribe Hilton Hotel in 1954. This cocktail is made with Matusalen Rum, cream of coconut and pineapple juice, either blended or shaken with ice, and topped off with a garnish of pineapple.
Paloma - You may think the Margarita is Mexico’s national drink, but it’s truly the Paloma, made with Jose Cuervo Tequila, grapefruit soda and a wedge of lime in a salt-rimmed glass.
PROXIMO is a global innovator of quality spirits that create excitement with every sip. Their brands include Boodles London Dry Gin, Matusalen Rum and Jose Cuervo Tequila.
The third annual Tourism Workplace Leadership Conference and 25th annual Professional Recognition Dinner is fast approaching. This year, the conference will be hosted by one of the “Employer of Choice” properties, Double Tree by Hilton Regina on June 13th, 2018.
Register your front line, supervisory and management employees for a great day of professional development. The day culminates with the Professional Recognition Dinner, which gives us all the opportunity to recognize the efforts of our fellow tourism/hospitality colleagues who have accomplished Certification, Journeyperson and Employer of Choice status over the past year.
Early bird Draw – register before April 30th and be entered in a draw for a pair of tickets to the Saskatchewan Roughrider home opener on June 15th.
To view the complete conference agenda and to register CLICK HERE
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
Newly built and locally owned, the Cobble Creek Lodge is proud to offer uncommon luxury in the beautiful western town of Maple Creek. Feel at home in our spacious rooms and suites, each equipped with an exceptional set of amenities to make your stay relaxing and memorable.
#201 Hwy 21, Maple Creek, SK (306) 662-5100
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.