Waskesiu Chamber of Commerce
The Waskesiu Chamber of Commerce is made up of business members working together to promote the progress and development of Waskesiu and area in order to make it a better place in which to visit, celebrate, live and work.
Plan your event with us!
Waskesiu is a great destination for every kind of event. Weddings, Conferences, Reunions and Retreats are held here all year round.
We manage the rental of the iconic Waskesiu Community Hall, The Terrace Gardens (Assembly Hall) and Recreation Hall.
The Chamber actively promotes the Waskesiu area and advertises on behalf of the local business community.
Phone: 306-663-5410 (Year round)
Cell: 306-960-6282 (May to September only)
P.O. Box 216, Waskesiu Lake S0J 2Y0
Due to COVID-19 all Hall Rentals are Closed for the 2020 season.
Emails and the landline telephone calls are monitored all year round so please email or leave a voice message and they will be responded to as soon as possible, usually within the day: email@example.com for Chamber inquiries and firstname.lastname@example.org for Waskesiu Recreation Association (WRA) inquiries, Landline phone: 306-663-5410 (Cell phone and fax line are suspended for the winter.)
The Chamber does not have access to any booking information for the accommodation providers in Waskesiu, so if you're looking for a place to stay please visit our Accommodations page.
For questions about camping and visitor questions, contact the Prince Albert National Park Visitor Information Centre at 306-663-4522.
Details about the Multi-Use Sport Court & Other Project Fundraising can be found on the Waskesiu Foundation website.
Chamber of Commerce Board
Board of Directors
President: Gord Bueckert (Lost Creek Resort)
Vice President: Tyler Baker (Waskesiu Golf Course)
Treasurer: Randy Kershaw (Kershaw Consulting)
Past President: Nancy Wood (Hawood Inn)
Darryl Fox (Prairie Business Brokers)
Emma Kirk (TreeOsix Adventure Parks)
Natalie Matheson (Waskesiu Marina Adventure Centre)
Mailing address: P.O. Box 216, Waskesiu Lake S0J 2Y0
Courtesy All in the Wild Gallery