With many great conversations and informative sessions which included amazing guest speakers, and the largest tradeshow in our history, the Saskatchewan Hotel & Hospitality Association/Saskatchewan Liquor & Gaming Authority’s Hotel, Liquor & Restaurant Conference & Tradeshow was a huge success.
This very well attended one day event was held in Queensbury Centre and the International Trade Centre, EVRAZ Place, Regina on Tuesday May 28th.
Thank you to all the attendees, exhibitors and sponsors whose participation ensured a very successful event.
We hope you will join us for conversations and connections with the top minds in hospitality at next year’s conference and trade show being held at Prairieland Park, Saskatoon on Tuesday May 26, 2020
Until June 30 Labatt Brewing Company is offering a "Limited Time Offer" $4.00 Off Wholesale through BDL.
Wholesale Base Price $28.94 (Regular $32.75) - BDL # 2866
Using a time-honored recipe with only the finest malted barley and blend of hops, Rolling Rock is a classic lager that is as well-known for its distinctive, full-bodied taste as it is for its craftsmanship, and heritage
Full-flavored, with a subtle bite. Light-to-medium body and color. Brewed with only the choicest ingredients.
Effective January 1, 2021, the Government of Canada will remove legal tender status from some older bank notes that are no longer produced—the $1, $2, $25, $500 and $1,000 notes. Here’s what you need to know.
Legislative amendments have been made following an announcement on legal tender in the federal government’s 2018 budget. These changes allow the government to remove legal tender status from the $1, $2, $25, $500 and $1,000 bank notes.
Essentially, this means Canadians will no longer be able to use them in cash transactions. By removing these old notes from circulation, we can ensure that the bank notes used by Canadians stay current, in good condition, are easy to use and hard to counterfeit. For now, the government has indicated it has no plans to take any other bank notes out of circulation.
These bank notes will not lose their face value, since the Bank of Canada will continue to honour them. People wishing to redeem their notes can do so at financial institutions or by sending them to the Bank of Canada. They can also decide to keep their bank notes.
For details on how to redeem bank notes at the Bank of Canada, please check their website.
TORONTO, Apr. 9, 2019 - Restaurants Canada, a national association representing more than 30,000 foodservice and hospitality businesses across Canada, is thrilled to welcome the Saskatchewan Hotel & Hospitality Association (SHHA), who for over 80 years has been representing the hospitality industry to government, suppliers and the public provincially, into its growing network of association partners.
Through this partnership agreement, SHHA’s foodservice operators will be recognized as Association Members of Restaurants Canada, gaining access to benefits including national affinity partner programs, digital communication, education and research assets, as well as access to Restaurants Canada industry events.
To Read the Complete News Release CLICK HERE
Listen to Jim Bence on this April 18, 2019 edition of the John Gormley show - Click on the image and forward to the 2:25 minute mark
In Canada, an average of 21 young workers dies each year. In Saskatchewan alone, young worker injuries are not declining FAST enough. On average, 3 young workers are injured EVERY DAY on the job. These heartbreaks and injuries CAN be prevented with proper safety training and education.
We are reaching out to YOU to help us raise awareness and take a safety leadership role by partnering with us for Youth Safety Education Day 2019 to keep the youth of our province SAFE at work!
The Destination Employment program helps newcomers gain meaningful employment in Canadian hotels, giving them the experience they need to build a successful future in Canada.
This initiative is a win-win for both hoteliers and newcomers. Hoteliers are faced with an existing problem filling the job vacancies they already have, and newcomers need opportunities to find employment once they settle in Canada.
Willowest is a recognized supplier of comprehensive solutions for hospitality furnishing. Their products include case goods and upholstered seating, as well as soft goods such as hotel linens, towels, bathrobes, and all types of duvets & blankets.
They work with top designers to develop programs that combine style, elegance, and the unique signature of each individual property. They fully appreciate the critical importance of making a lasting positive impression on guests that reflects the quality of your brand.
145 – 6660 Graybar Rd., Richmond, BC V6W 1H9 Phone: 604 – 370 – 1181
Imagine if you could advertise your happy hours and specials specifically to diners in your area at the exact time that they are looking for a place to meet up. Time-based advertising is a specialized form of advertising that provides advertisements specifically at the time the customer is looking for services.
Location-based advertising is a new form of advertising that integrates mobile advertising with location-based services.
The HappyHourHere app uses both of these technologies to help restaurants to advertise restaurant happy hours/specials to customers near their location
happyhourhere.com or call (306) 261-4542
Kruger Paper Towel Dispensers For Sale
Kruger Foam Soap Dispenser For Sale
Archive Photo: Hotels Association of Saskatchewan Banquet, Regina, SK., February 19, 1935
Our history stretches back almost 80 years when a group of hoteliers saw the need for a collective voice for the industry. Since then, the Saskatchewan Hotel and Hospitality Association (SHHA) has grown to become a highly respected, membership-driven organization that represents the hotel and hospitality industry to the Government of Saskatchewan, suppliers and the general public.
In addition to hotels & motels our membership includes, brew pubs, nightclubs, licensed restaurants, quick service restaurants and event centres.
The SHHA is overseen by a board of elected members representing designated zones throughout the province. The President and CEO carries out the duties of representing the Association’s position on issues as they arise. The SHHA is also active in promoting members’ interests to the Federal government through the Hotel Association of Canada.
People ask what difference it makes if I join the Saskatchewan Hotel & Hospitality Association (SHHA)? The difference is we are a stronger voice that can advocate more effectively on your behalf. There is strength in numbers.
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, MLA’s and bureaucracy.
The hospitality industry gets “wins” when we work together. Keep the SHHA team strong by purchasing a membership in the Saskatchewan Hotel & Hospitality Association.
If you own a hotel/motel, restaurant, and bar or are a Retail Store Permitee, you should be a member of the SHHA.
Supporting the SHHA Keeps Your Voice Strong!