Planning together for a better tomorrow: The SFL Pensions and Benefits Conference will take place March 22 and 23, 2023 in Regina.
The conference is open to all SFL affiliates and non-affiliates. Affiliates are encouraged to sponsor young workers (age 29 years and under) to attend at a reduced registration fee.
The SFL will continue to monitor the COVID situation in the province and all registrants will be notified in advance of the conference if any health measures are required to attend.
Conference information, including an agenda and registration form, can be downloaded below.
Conference Fees and Registration
Please register early!
Early Bird (Up to February 17): $350
After February 17: $400
Affiliate Young Workers
Early Bird (Up to February 17): $300
After February 17: $350
Early Bird (Up to February 17): $400
After February 17: $450
Registration can be submitted by filling out the form attached to the brochure and emailing to email@example.com, or online registration is available here.
Corporate room rates are available at the DoubleTree by Hilton, 1975 Broad Street, Regina, SK. You are responsible to book and pay for your accommodations separately:
Double Queen: $148 and Signature King: $158
To reserve by phone, call 306-525-6767 or 1-800-667-8126 and reference ‘SFL Pensions & Benefits Conference’ to obtain the corporate rates. When booking online, access reservations at https://bit.ly/DT_SaskFederationOfLabour2023.
Breakfast is included with your room reservation and parking is paid and provided in the secured covered parkade while you are at the conference and staying at the hotel.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22
LORI JOHB President Saskatchewan Federation of Labour
BERT BLUNDON President National Union of Public and General Employees (NUPGE)
THURSDAY, MARCH 23
KENT PETERSON Secretary-Treasurer Saskatchewan Federation of Labour