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Mental Health Capacity Builders, Coming Soon to a Saskatchewan School Near You!

In early May, the Government of Saskatchewan announced the success of the Mental Health Capacity Building initiative. This initiative began as a pilot project to benefit the mental health of Saskatchewan students. The pilot took place in five high schools across the province to serve as a mental health resource hub for students. This initiative […]

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Leading the Way – For You

The intersection between physical and psychological health and safety is vast and growing.  As our existing HSLC program expands to integrate psychological health and safety, we are also exploring new technological solutions to help even more.  One of these potential solutions is the SAHARA (Safety and Hazard Awareness Risk Assessment) App.  This app is currently […]

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Reflecting on 2021

Another year has come and gone. With great pleasure, I want to say thank you for your continued support and to wish everyone a happy and safe New Year. With all the challenges and changes that we had to face in 2021, Service Hospitality continues to prove that we are resilient and unstoppable in helping […]

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Sights on Success Consulting – Leadership Development in Intercultural Competence

Mental health is on everyone’s mind these days, and although there is an abundance of resources available, maintaining good mental health continues to be a struggle fueled by isolation, constant stress, and increased demands.  One area of potential psychological relief we may not have considered, for example, is the development of intercultural competence. Service Hospitality […]

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Try A Career Day!

In February, thousands of grade 9 students across Saskatchewan will be tuning into Regina District Industry Education Councils first-ever, virtual Grade 9 Safety Fair Series to explore a variety of career areas. Service Hospitality is extremely honoured to participate in this virtual event and to educate youth on workplace safety. At our booth students will […]

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