This is your friendly neighbourhood Earls in Regina reaching out to check in with you during these unprecedented times! We hope you've been keeping well and taking care of yourself and your loved ones. We are doing the same and wanted to let you know we are looking out for our community too.
Although we are closed for dining-in services, Earls is still open for delivery (through Skip the Dishes) and pick-up orders! We've been listening to the community and its needs and have rolled out some amazing programs to serve Regina while staying safe during the Covid-19 outbreak. Here's what's new:
-20% off pick-up orders
- 30% off pick-up orders for health care workers and first responders!!
- 50% off bottled wine; 20% off liquor (for pick up only) -- beer cans, NÜTRL, bottled wine, bottles of liquor for a one stop food and beverage order!
- Addition of meal platters and bundles for pickup and delivery
- Everyday Happy Hour from 2-5pm for pick up or delivery!
- Earl's Grocery service (varies for pick up or delivery) -- everything from hand soap and toilet paper to produce and freezer kits! (Eligible for 20% off pick up)
You can find our limited menu, grocery service, and meal kits here:
And this is only the beginning! Our local and head office teams are constantly working to hear what our community members have to say and adapt to what you need. Stay updated on the latest offerings by checking out the official @earlsresaurant Instagram page. Call the restaurant (306.584.7733) to chat about any programs or promotions, or to place an order! For grocery pre-orders, go online, fill out the request form and we will confirm your order within 24 hours. Stay safe and good luck everyone -- we hope to hear from you soon!
All our best,
Earls Albert St. & East - Regina
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the Saskatchewan Hotel & Hospitality Association and the Saskatchewan Liquor & Gaming Authority have made the decision to postpone the upcoming Conference and Tradeshow that was scheduled to take place in Saskatoon on May 26th . We are rescheduling to September.
While we were looking forward to seeing you in Saskatoon in May, the health, safety and well-being of all those involved in the conference is our primary concern. Once the new date is determined we will post it here.
Thank you for your support of the SHHA
Are you working from home? Stuck in isolation? Interested in health and safety or just looking for something to keep you entertained? Look no further…Service Hospitality is excited to announce that we have released a new webinar series occurring weekly on Tuesdays and Thursdays – FREE of charge!
With the ever-evolving changes occurring with COVID-19, we are temporarily unable to provide our in-person training. However, we have shifted to offer these through the use of online webinars. Continue your HSLC Certification training through our free online training today!
Further to our training webinars, we will be offering, “Talk to your Safety Advisor” webinars, where our Safety Advisors will present on hot COVID-19 topics affecting our industries and provide an opportunity for a question and answer portion. We will do our best to help you navigate your business safety needs during this difficult time.
Tourism HR Canada is actively monitoring multiple sources to ensure ongoing and relevant support for tourism stakeholders, particularly employees, employers, and businesses.
The spread of COVID-19 in Canadian provinces is currently categorized as low risk to Canadians by the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC). It does however remain an emergency of international concern as the spread continues to evolve. There is a potential for impact to Canadian businesses as a result of COVID-19. As a service industry who hosts a number of people each day including potential travelers or those who visited other infected countries, it is important for businesses to take precautions on how to ensure proper steps are taken, including educating their staff about the symptoms, transmission and precautions to avoid spread. Read More Guidance for the Hospitality Industry
Dear SHHA Member.
Service Canada has supplied us with information about the application process for Employment Insurance (EI) Benefits
Please note, Service Canada offices are very busy, so your staff are encouraged to apply for benefits online. As well, the Service Canada website is available 24 hours a day so your staff should avoid the busy daytime hours and apply during non-business hours, such as late night or early morning.
Staff do not need their Record of Employment to start their application, and should apply immediately. You and your staff may have heard about changes to EI that have been announced recently. These changes are only related to people who are sick or quarantined due to COVID-19.
If you have lost income because of COVID-19, the Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB) will provide you with temporary income support.
The CERB will provide you with $500 a week for up to 16 weeks. Learn More
Turn- Key Business on Main Street, priced for motivated buyer, selling for volume, extremely high liquor sales, includes retail outlet, bar and outdoor patio. Must see. For more information call Ray 306-731-8180 or Sherri at 306-304-0728.
Loon Lake is a farming and resort community in northwest Saskatchewan. Visitors and residents can enjoy golfing, fishing, boating and hunting in the area as there are numerous lakes, resorts and outfitters within a 15 minute drive.
The SHHA has provided the Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA), the Ministry of Health, the Ministry of Social Services, and the Red Cross with a plan for, if and when, they need additional beds. Learn More
Connect Energy is a Saskatoon based natural gas supplier dedicated to serving commercial and institutional customers throughout the province.
Currently supplying more than 7,000 customer locations in Saskatchewan; including health regions, more than 180 municipal governments, school divisions, condominiums, manufacturers, hotels and businesses large and small.
The Connect Energy team has over 100 years of combined experience serving Saskatchewan natural gas users since 1988. Connect Energy has aligned itself with a world class AA credit energy company that plays a strategic role in providing the most competitive energy purchasing options for its clients.
LOCALLY OWNED AND OPERATED
306 - 979 - 0493 Website
The hospitality industry gets “wins” when we work together. Keep the SHHA team strong by purchasing a membership in the Saskatchewan Hotel & Hospitality Association.
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We know that being part of the SHHA is beneficial to you, adding value to your business: SHHA Payment Solutions - QUASEP Discount Program - HIP Insurance Program - Industry Training - ATM Solutions - Natural Gas Program - Employee Health Benefits
Steps from the Remai Modern, at the intersection of Spadina Crescent and 2nd Avenue and within walking distance of all the city's attractions, Alt Hotel Saskatoon offers a spectacular view of the city and the South Saskatchewan River.
480 - 2nd Ave. S., Saskatoon, SK. S7K 5R4 639 - 398 - 0250
Situated at the corner of King St and Kensington Ave in Estevan. This location offers a guest laundry facility, 32" TVs, and free high speed internet. Micro-fridges are available. Relax and enjoy their modern rooms.
88 King St. E. Estevan, SK. S4A 2A4 306 – 634 - 8666
Production and sale of cannabis edibles, extracts and topicals became legal in Canada in October. It is up to you to make sure liquor is not sold or served to guests who have had too much to drink or appear to be intoxicated by another substance.
Combining alcohol with cannabis can greatly increase impairment. Food and beverage servers and bartenders need to know how to deal with customers who may be under the influence of cannabis. Read More
“Serta Simmons Bedding® works hard to serve you and your guests by offering the best selection of top quality Beautyrest® and Serta Mattresses. Every mattress is designed to align to brand-speciﬁc requirements and provide exceptional, lasting comfort – and a reliable investment.”
Warren Becker, Hospitality Account Manager 780 700-1317
Take advantage of a High Visibility Marketing Opportunity and catch the attention of hundreds of conference delegates from the hospitality industry, in September at World Trade Centre Saskatoon at Prairieland Park
Jill Childerhose, Doug Reichel Wine Marketing
In some ways, the exciting craft brewery and distillery movement is doing what small production wineries have been doing for years: focusing on better ingredients and processes, innovating new or fuller flavours, and reflecting something local. Small production wineries are not new, but they may satisfy the modern customer in a new way.
Small production winery owners consistently adopt a “way-of-life” approach to their craft.
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By Cst. Tina Platford, Crime Reduction Unit, Royal Canadian Mounted Police
Victim cooperation is crucial to the successful outcome of a human trafficking charge. From the initial statement to testimony in court, the victim provides key evidence to prove the charges. The process of converting a sex trafficking victim into a cooperative witness can often be volatile and intense.
Victims often fear for their safety, or that of their families’, and are often ashamed or embarrassed about their ordeal, fearing being exposed and stigmatized. Some sex workers do not recognize themselves as victims and have accepted their predicament. Read More
George Marshall, CEO, Service Hospitality
2009 was arguably the worst year for health and safety in the history of the hotel industry in Saskatchewan. For the fourth straight year, injuries exceeded 580 and for the second straight year, direct costs of injuries exceeded $2.8 million. In 2010, Service Hospitality issued a challenge to the hotel industry. We formed a best practice group for the hotel industry and 43 of the largest hotels in the province committed to implementing and improving their safety management systems. Although we helped to facilitate the process, you did the work. The results have been extraordinary.
Jim Bence, SHHA President & CEO
We have been working diligently with our colleagues across the country, along with HAC (Hotels Association of Canada), Restaurants Canada, and local governments to work on survival and recovery plans. By engaging with government and making recommendations that will assist employers and employees during these devastating times, we are confident that we can negotiate the relief they so desperately need.
We would like to thank the Provincial government for the changes they have announced since the initial writing of my CEO Message. In response to the lobbying efforts of the Saskatchewan Hotel & Hospitality Association (SHHA) and other groups, The Saskatchewan Party Government announced financial changes that were critical for the survival of our industry. Read More
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