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A thriving, forward-thinking metropolis, Saskatoon has one of the most diversified economies in Western Canada. A top biotechnology and life sciences hub, the city is one of Canada’s fastest growing urban centres, and an emerging creative hotbed for technology companies.




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Chapter President

Jason Horner

Jason Horner is the President and CEO of the Acadia Group of Companies. Jason has over 25 years of diverse experience in the area of civil engineering and construction with a focus on earthworks and roadways. After graduating from Civil Engineering at the U of S, Jason began his career as a resident engineer gaining valuable field experience from the ground up. This provided him with an excellent foundation as his career developed as the roadways and infrastructure manager for a national consulting engineering company.


Since this time, Jason’s career has had a slant toward business management in various capacities, leading to his current role as President and CEO Acadia Group of Companies. Within this role, he organizes the resources, systems, and processes, which enable the team to thrive in their individual roles.


Since graduating from civil engineering in 1998, Jason has continued to add to his knowledge through continuous learning, participating in EO (Entrepreneur Organization) Saskatoon, attending the Quantum Shift program for Canada’s top entrepreneurs at the Ivey School of Business – Western University, BDC’s Growth Driver Program, and other financial and leadership courses.


Jason is married and has one son. Although they enjoy travelling, Saskatoon is where they call home.

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