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Phil Taylor – 22/02/2019 Canadian Chamber of Commerce President and CEO, the Honourable Perrin Beatty, issued the following statement today in response to the National Energy Board findings on the TransMountain Expansion Project: “The Canadian Chamber of Commerce is pleased that the National Energy Board (NEB) has confirmed that the TransMountain Expansion Project is in the ... more
The Camrose & District Chamber of Commerce is proud to be host to the 2019 Alberta Chambers of Commerce Provincial Conference & Policy Session (May 23-25, 2019). Alberta Chambers’ member delegates, representing 123 Chambers, will meet to debate a variety of policies to the benefit of over 24,000 member businesses. Policies passed at the AGM ... more
The Camrose & District Chamber of Commerce is joining hundreds of other chambers of commerce and boards of trade across the country today to demand immediate improvements to Canada’s broken regulatory system to ensure our energy resources get to international markets. The very fabric of Canada is being threatened by the devastating impact of low ... more
We are thrilled to have Adam Legge, Director at the Canadian Centre for Advanced Leadership (University of Calgary) joining us tomorrow at the CRE to speak on how to achieve remarkability with your business! If you haven’t purchased your tickets yet, please contact the Chamber of Commerce office in advance of the presentation or register ... more
Our annual Kick’n Country Parade is coming up quick! We are still accepting registrations! Click here to fill out a registration form today!
We certainly have seen a lot of change in our province over this last year, from changes in agriculture, exporting, refugees, minimum wage, new business, layoffs and new taxes. Through it all, it has been a pleasure to see our Camrose business community rally to help those in need as well as to help each ... more