Transformational Projects,
Strategic Business Investments

Leaders in Transformational Projects
Visionary Leadership + Strategy + Plan +

McNair gets involved with people who have vision; a vision of a better future for their community, their region, their enterprise or their institution; a vision of growth and prosperity, and a more successful future. These people take on dynamic opportunities that include a variety of stakeholders, innovative delivery approaches and complex risk management plans. These are Transformational Projects that prepare you for the future.
Capital Expansion. Community Infrastructure. First Nation Wind Energy. Campus Renewal. Resource Development. Agency Startup. Program Divestiture. Private/Public Project Development. Private/Public Cost Benefit. We’ve done all this and more.

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Leaders in
Strategic Business Investments
Business Owner + Opportunity + Investment + Execution=Outcomes
McNair understands Saskatchewan companies because we are a Saskatchewan company and invest and work throughout the province. We become trusted advisors to business owners (and often their management teams) wanting their companies to grow because they see new opportunity. We help business owners with decisions around Strategic Business Investments. We serve as a Business Development Partner and can source Private Equity as well as work with financiers.
Company Acquisition. Enter New Market. Negotiate International Agreement. Facilitate Joint Venture. Sale of Non-Strategic Venture. Business Divestiture. Buyout of Partner. Establish New Operating Company. Financing and Corporate Restructuring. Interim CEO and Executive Management. We’ve done all this and more.

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our News
Sept 29

Rebellion Brewing, a local favourite and McNair client, recently announced they have been approved for funding through the province's SLIM program.  McNair is proud to have been involved in this success by developing the Lean Gap Analysis report required for the application.  Cheers!

Jun 21
Inspiring Future Business Leaders

Doug spent the morning speaking with 27 Grade 3 and 4 students at a local elementary school.  They talked about "Business Planning for a Lemonade Stand."  One astute student correctly observed "we don't have to make it a lemondate stand, we can sell pumpkins instead." Another noted "on a rainy day we might not sell as many glasses so we might need to drop the price." 

Jun 5
New Funding allows Housing First Program in Regina to Expand

McNair is delighted to see the progress of the Housing First program in Regina.  McNair collaborated with the Homelessness Partnering Strategy Community Advisory Board as well as dozens of community based organizations to develop the Housing First model for Regina. We foresee continued success on the horizon. 

May 31
Manufacturing Lab Coming to Saskatchewan Polytechnic

McNair is pleased with this announcement as we realize the importance of manufacturing jobs in Saskatchewan given our work in that sector, and for our work for Saskatchewan Polytechnic. 

May 11
Thunderchild First Nation's Store Moves Ahead

McNair has supported Thunderchild First Nation, near Turtleford, on several different initiatives over the past few years.  McNair is delighted in their progress as they have begun their construction of their new community store, that McNair supported in determining its feasibility.  The new store will provide the community with more accessible and healthy food alternatives.  A photo of the recent progress is available in the link above.  Kudos Thunderchild!