Sask. Party coming to Prince Albert to listen to business owners

Saskatcehwan Party MLAs Delbert Kirsch, Scott Moe, Nadine Wilson and Joe Hargrave listen as Prince Albert and District Chamber of Commerce CEO Kelvin Pankiw speaks ahead of the mayor's state of the city address on Jan. 25, 2018. (Peter Lozinski/Daily Herald)

Members of Prince Albert’s business community will have a chance to speak directly to some of the province’s decision makers Friday.

The Saskatchewan Party Economy Caucus Policy Committee is holding a listening meeting in Prince Albert from 1:30 – 3:30 p.m. upstairs at My Place Bistro.

There is no registration fee, but businesses are asked to register by contacting the Chamber of Commerce.

The committee includes MLAs Colleen Young, David Buckingham, Terry Dennis, Doug Steele, Warren Michelson and Delbert Kirsch.

According to information on the Chamber of Commerce website, the committee is coming to “listen to Prince Albert business owners talk about potential barriers blocking business growth.”

Neither the Chamber nor the Sask. Party was available for comment.

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