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Canadian Chamber of Commerce Pandemic Preparedness for Business


To help businesses prepare for and manage through a potential COVID-19 escalation in Canada, the Canadian Chamber has developed a brief guide source from a number of best practice documents and designed to assist business planning and continuity efforts.                                          This tool includes links to the some of the most relevant and credible information, best practice tools and resources and can be found here Pandemic Preparedness Guide.

Below are some informative links you may find helpful:

  1.  Alberta Health site: https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/diseases/coronavirus-disease-covid-19.html.
  2.  Provincial Pandemic Plan: https://www.alberta.ca/pandemic-influenza.aspx
  3.  Government of Canada website: https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/diseases/2019-novel-coronavirus-infection.html
  4.  City of Camrose “How Do I…?” Services access link:  https://www.camrose.ca/en/living-here/faqs.aspx
  5.  Canadian Business Resilience Network CBRN.ca
  6. STATS Canada Survey Canadian Survey on Business Conditions (CSBC)

Dear Chamber Members and Partners,

These are challenging times for Canadians and residents of countries around the world. The Federal, Provincial, and Municipal Governments have taken broad sweeping measures to protect Canadians from the COVID – 19 virus.

The Camrose & District Chamber of Commerce will take all necessary steps to protect and assist our business community. This includes protecting our Membership, Board of Directors and Staff with policies and procedures to mitigate health and financial issues to the best of our abilities.

COVID – 19 has wide-sweeping effects on our business community and every day we see new policy and procedural changes as this unprecedented pandemic affects company operations.

We at the chamber understand how devastating this pandemic is on your business and we have met as a board to agree on the chamber’s operations going forward:

Member Assistance

Our staff are always available via email and phone Monday through Friday, staff may be in the building at times, but the physical office will be closed to the public

The Chamber Board and Staff would like to assure you that we value your membership and all the goods and services you provide to our community. We also understand the considerable stress you are going through, not only as business people but also with your families and friends. If we can help in any way or if you have any thoughts on how we can help you get through these troubling times, please do not hesitate to contact us at exec@camrosechamber.ca or phone Executive Director Sharon Anderson at 780-627-4217 between 8:30 and 4:30.

If you have an emergency, please feel free to Call Sharon Anderson at 780-781-5680

On behalf of our Board of Directors I would like to invite you to join your Camrose & District Business Associates through a membership in the Camrose & District Chamber of Commerce.

The Camrose Chamber is an association of progressive business and professional citizens engaged in the promotion of trade and commerce and concerned with the improvement of the economic, civic and social welfare of the Camrose area. We work to unite business and professional people from all segments of the community.

In addition to the above, we are a member of the Alberta and Canadian Chambers of Commerce. A central and unified voice of over 385 businesses, we represent the business community at the various levels of government and are also the organization through which Camrose businesses and organizations are able to meet and do business.

Since 1908, we have been serving the greater Camrose area, and our continued effectiveness is dependent on the support of the business community.

Membership in your Chamber is an investment that can provide substantial savings to your business when you utilize the value-added programs that are offered with a membership. Dues are for the calendar year, pro-rated throughout, and are a tax deductible business expense.

Your participation as a member of our organization will add strength to our endeavours.  We welcome your involvement and look forward to our partnership.

Should you require more information or have any questions, please contact me at the Chamber office at (780) 672-4217.

Sharon Anderson, Executive Director

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