Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events

September 11, 3:00 – 5:00 PM

  • Annual General Meeting
  • Featuring a presentation by Jeff Jurzyniec, Architect, Principal and the Sector Leader for the Buildings Group of Stantec Consulting in Saskatchewan:

Demystifying the National Energy Code for Buildings (NECB)
Saskatchewan adopted the National Energy Code for Buildings 2017 at the start of 2019. This presentation will review the history of the code, the role of buildings in climate change, the paths to compliance, design strategies for technical solutions, and lessons learned in applying it.

  • At the Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce, 200 – 2221 Cornwall Street, Regina. Street parking is available.
  • There is no charge to attend, but we do ask that you register by email no later than Sept. 6 as space is limited.


To RSVP for events please email ifmaregina@accesssomm.ca


Past Events


  • Our annual golf tournament in June drew 40 golfers.
  • Failure to Launch: The Critical Role of FM in Leading Workplace Transformation, was presented to 5 registrants in Saskatoon May 15, with 18 registrants participating from Regina via web conference.
  • The FMP Core Competency Course, Leadership & Strategy, was held in Saskatoon May 13 – 14 with 11 registrants.
  • A breakfast meeting with the Regina Construction Association was cancelled due to low registration.
  • Our April lunch & learn on Leadership in the Workplace drew 15 people in Saskatoon


  • Officers explained Cannabis Legalization in the Workplace to 9 registrants in Regina & 13 in Saskatoon in December.
  • In November, 14 people attended a tour of Merlis Belsher Place in Saskatoon and 10 attended a tour of Souls Harbour Rescue Mission’s Samaritan Project in Regina
  • Our AGM in September featured a presentation by Steve McLellan, CEO, Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce. 13 attended.
  • The 25th Annual Golf Tournament, held in Regina, drew 62 golfers in June
  • A tour of Regina’s Mamaweiyatin Centre drew 16 people
  • Presentations by Sun Smart Saskatchewan were offered in Regina & Saskatoon in April, but cancelled due to low registration
  • In March, The Filter shop presented to 7 registrants in Saskatoon, and 10 in Regina
  • A tour of Saskatoon’s Remai Art Gallery in January had to be capped at 20 people; with another 10 waitlisted. A tour was planned in Regina, but postponed due to low registration


  • Our December session on Mental Health in the Workplace, held in Regina, drew 16 registrants
  • For November, holiday networking events were planned at Escape Rooms in Regina & Saskatoon. 9 members attended in Saskatoon, but the Regina event was cancelled due to low registration
  • 13 registrants attended our AGM, held in October in Regina, featuring an Illumination Engineers Society presentation


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