Industry Applauds Support in the Fall Economic Statement

The Saskatchewan Hotel & Hospitality Association (SHHA) is pleased with the hospitality industry specific support measures outlined in the “Fall Economic Statement” presented Monday by the Hon. Chrystia Freeland, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance.

The SHHA has been collaborating with the Hotel Association of Canada (HAC) and industry partners to advance the interests of our members, and we appreciate that the Federal Government has heard our concerns and is providing targeted support measures for businesses in the tourism, travel, hospitality, arts, festivals and events sectors. Proposed measures announced include

We extend our thanks to HAC for their work as our industry remains in crisis.


NEW! The QUASEP Program with Select Wine Merchants

QUASEP is excited to announce a new program with Select Wine Merchants for Conciere brand premium well spirits.  Designed to provide QUASEP members with exclusive access to an essential lineup of premium well spirits at competitive contract pricing, this program is reason to raise a glass and say “cheers!”  [...]  The QUASEP Program

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Understand your power consumption through a NO COST energy efficiency assessment.

SaskPower has partnered with Natural Resources Canada to help Saskatchewan businesses become more energy efficient!  For a limited time, businesses with fewer that 500 employees may qualify for a no-cost walk-throughenergy assessment and energy efficiency training while funding is available or before March 31,2021. [...]   How to apply​​​​​​​


Tourism Saskatchewan launches Clean It Right training for tourism, hospitality and retail businesses

Clean it Right is a convenient online training tool to help businesses reduce the spread of COVID-19 and regain consumer confidence. The training enhances existing cleaning practices by helping employees understand the significance of cleaning and disinfection procedures and demonstrating a commitment to provide employees and customers alike with a clean and safe environment. [...]  Register Today!


Mental Health supports only a phone call away

HealthLine 8-1-1 is a confidential, 24-hour health information and support telephone line. It is staffed by experienced and specially trained Registered Nurses, Registered Psychiatric Nurses, and Registered Social Workers. Services are offered in English, with translation available in over 100 languages.

If you have concerns related to mental health for yourself or a close family member, by calling HealthLine 8-1-1, you will be directed to a mental health professional, where you can discuss your concerns in a safe, caring, and confidential manner.

How to Run a Successful Restaurant Online

Wed. December 9, 2020 - Noon-1:00PM CST.

With the need of managing strict health and safety measures while still reaching customers at-home, the move to online has become vital. Register now for this valuable webinar and hear from Jordan Williamson, Senior Product Manager at Moneris as he examines the ways restaurants have been implementing digital payment solutions to create a safer dining experience and reach new customers in new ways.

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Todd Brandt - Canadian Tourism Lifetime Achievement Award

This award recognizes an individual who has made a significant contribution of energy, service, and talent towards the growth of the Canadian tourism industry, through volunteer work, service, or business accomplishments. Focusing on tourism building, the recipient demonstrates leadership, vision and innovation built on a solid foundation of strong values and sound business strategies.

Todd Brandt, CEO and President of Tourism Saskatoon, retired on September 15, 2020. His departure marks the culmination of a 37-year career in tourism, 22 of those with Tourism Saskatoon.   COVID-19 interrupted his plans to retire earlier in the year. He stayed on longer to complete a solid tourism recovery plan and set some building blocks in place so that the incoming CEO does not have to start in crisis mode. Brandt has built an impressive legacy that will long serve Saskatchewan’s tourism sector.

The award was presented by Destination Toronto during the virtual 2020 TIAC Tourism Congress, November 17 & 18

Congratulations Todd!


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WELCOME New Members

When you become a member of the Saskatchewan Hotel and Hospitality Association, you will find an entire network, behind you, with you, working tirelessly on your behalf. Thank you to the following hospitality industry businesses…SHHA Membership has never been more important!

Smitty’s, Moose Jaw 103-6128 Main N. 306-693-3100

Smitty’s Regina Albert  S. 3806 Albert 306-584-0611

Smitty’s Regina Northgate 211 Albert 306-569-1511

Smitty’s Saskatoon Lawson 49-134 Primrose 306-975-7000

Tommy’s Speakeatery Regina 2710 Montague 306-584-7777

Birmingham’s Vodka & Alehouse 2635 Starlite Regina 306-546-3647

Birmingham’s Vodka & Alehouse 109-810 Circle Dr. E. Saskatoon 306-975-2223

Clarks Crossing Pub Saskatoon 3030 Diefenbaker 306-384-6633

Chillers Pub Moose Jaw 510 Home St. W. 306-694-5100

Microtel Inn & Suites Estevan 120 King 306-634-7474

Microtel Inn & Suites Lloydminster 4257 – 44th  306-825-3820

Microtel Inn & Suites Weyburn 88 Grace 306-842-5700

Fired Up Grill Estevan 76 Souris Ave. 306-636-2323

Big Mur’s Tavern Dundurn 315-2nd 306-4922369


Membership Matters!

The Saskatchewan Hotel & Hospitality Association (SHHA) is a membership based nonprofit association that represents hotels, bars, event centres and restaurants. The SHHA is the hospitality industry's voice with government ministries, MLA’s, and bureaucracy.

The SHHA represents member’s interests in many areas, including, Support Programs,  Minimum Wage, Workers’ Compensation Board; Alcohol & Gaming Regulations; Liquor Consumption Tax; Provincial Sales Tax, City & Municipal Taxes; Industry Training; and Immigration.

Membership has never been more important!

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You Better call your Insurance Agent

Canada’s hospitality businesses face new threat amid COVID-19 — rising insurance

Canadian hospitality businesses, already reeling from the downturn sparked by COVID-19, are facing yet another existential threat as insurance companies spike premiums or exit the space, citing losses and the sector’s risks. [...]

Whether you operate a tavern or a hotel you may be vulnerable...


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