A Saskatchewan small town bar owner who stayed back after last call early Saturday August 17 to do the books was robbed by three armed people with their faces covered. The owner was struck in the head with some kind of weapon.
The till and the float for the VLTs were emptied of at least $5,000. It is estimated a few hundred dollars’ worth of liquor was also stolen.
For SHHA members who operate bars and nightclubs – this is a good time to remind your staff of your security policies, particularly the importance of locking up immediately after closing time.
For further information on how to respond if there is a robbery at your property, click here.
Mark Melnychuk, Regina Leader Post
Since early this year, the province has been trying to get Airbnb to comply with new legislation that is meant to include PST collection on what the government refers to as “accommodation sharing services.”
“From our perspective, they took the most important first step to level the playing field when it comes to taxation. Really, the important work is happening right now at the municipal level,” said Jim Bence, president and CEO of the SHHA.
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The property is brand new construction, 31 room hotel and 18 independent adult living apartments.. Candidate must demonstrate a passion for people and be a welcoming ambassador of Grenfell, and area, to all guests.
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Joel Kish, Icehouse Tavern; Warren Nerby, SHHA & Gary Hoffert, Canalta Hotels enjoy the post-game social at the Kenosee Inn.
The SHHA’s 21st annual FORE the Future golf tournament was held at Golf Kenosee on Thursday September 5. 48 golfers enjoyed a beautiful 24c day raising $5,000.00 for scholarships for students enrolled in the hospitality program at Sask. Polytechniic.
The winning team was Molson Coors with a score of -11
Mosaic Stadium was awarded a Rick Hansen Foundation Accessibility Certified Gold rating making it the first stadium in the world to achieve this standard and the first facility in Saskatchewan to receive a Rick Hansen Foundation Accessibility Certification! This is a massive development for the province of Saskatchewan as the City of Regina leads us to a more inclusive and accessible community.
Today, one in seven Canadian adults identify as having a disability. This number is projected to increase to one in five by 2036. Providing universal access to safe, inclusive and accessible public spaces is also an important part of the United Nation’s Envision 2030 Sustainable Development goals. It’s time to rethink how people of all abilities access and use our public spaces.
Rick Hansen Foundation Accessibility Certification™ (RHFAC) is a rating system that helps both property owners and managers measure the accessibility of their buildings and sites, and promotes increased access through the adoption of Universal Design principles.
With the Federal Election approaching this fall, the Hotel Association of Canada is launching its 2019 election strategy in order to ensure our industry’s concerns are heard.
HAC’s election campaign will focus on the top two issues of concern for our members: 1) The need for fair rules for the short-term rental industry and 2) Encouraging support for new programs to ease labour supply shortages in the hotel sector.
Grassroots Member Toolkit – HAC has released a toolkit to help hotels engage with candidates in this fall’s federal election, taking place on October 21st. Click here to view the toolkit.
A variety of furniture for sale, including coffee tables, armoires, dressers, full length mirrors and desk lamps. Available December, 2019.
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Travelodge Hotel & Conference Centre, Regina 306 - 584 - 6343
Learn how liquor policies across the country are impacting bars and restaurants. This biennial Restaurants Canada report evaluates provincial liquor policies within four major categories and assigns each province an overall letter grade based on how friendly they are for licensed foodservice operators.
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