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SASKATOON, SK – June 30, 2020 Today the Greater Saskatoon Chamber of Commerce announces the official resignation of our past Chair Chris Sicotte as he pursues his candidacy for Ward 3 City Councillor in the 2020 Saskatoon general election. Chris has served the Chamber for six years and has made numerous contributions to the Chamber as a Director and then Chair of the Board.
“Chris has been an excellent leader for our organization,” said Carla Browne, Greater Saskatoon Chamber of Commerce Board Chair. “He has been instrumental in the establishment of our Indigenous Economic Growth Committee and continually works to foster partnerships with our Indigenous and Non-Indigenous business community in the name of economic reconciliation.”
The Greater Saskatoon Chamber of Commerce is committed to building and promoting a strong community through prosperity in business. We are a grassroots apolitical organization that represents the interests of our diverse membership. The support and growth of our membership and economy is our number one priority. Through collaboration with our local partners and various stakeholders, the Chamber continues to strive to build the best business climate in Canada, thereby creating a city, region and province of opportunity.
As we enter into a period of elections and campaigning both municipally and provincially the Chamber will continue to support these ideals and remain apolitical as we put our business community first. After all, our business community, is community.
“We wish Chris the best of luck in all of his future endeavors and in his pursual of public office,” said Browne. “We have created a lifelong connection through our work here at the Chamber that has and continues to benefit the Saskatoon community, I look forward to seeing what great contributions to our community we can expect to see next from Chris.”
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