American Chamber Opens New Office in Saskatchewan

Sunday, November 15, 2015

The Western Chapter of the American Chamber of Commerce in Canada has announced the opening a new office in Regina, Saskatchewan.

“Saskatchewan plays an incredible role in the trading relationship between Canada and the United States”, said Tom Mudry, Chair of the Board. “In making this announcement today, we look forward to working with the Saskatchewan business community, their respective chambers, and the Saskatchewan Trade and Export Partnership.”

“This province is an export powerhouse, and we’re going to harness that energy to the benefit of everyone,” Mudry said.

Mudry further announced that Fredrick D. (Rick) Mantey had agreed to serve as the Chair of the Saskatchewan Sub-Chapter. Mantey has a long history of government service in Saskatchewan and Manitoba, along with extensive involvement in the non-profit sector.

“I look forward to meeting with the business community and related stakeholders, as we develop our presence here in the province,” Mantey said. The office will be located at 700 — 2010, 11th Avenue in Regina. Mantey can be contacted at 306.206.2869 or via email at   

The American Chamber of Commerce in Canada (AmCham Canada) is a private, non-profit, membership organization that promotes the two-way flow of trade, goods, services and investment between Canada and the United States.

AmCham Canada is a proud member of the United States Chamber of Commerce, the largest global and international business organization in the world. With affiliates located in over 112 countries, the U. S. Chamber is recognized around the globe as a business leader for trade and commerce to and from the United States.