St. Albert businesses are feeling Alberta's economic downturn, but both the province and the St. Albert and District Chamber of Commerce are noting some positive signs heading into the new year.
Chamber Welcomes New Chair Marg Mrazek [01/19/20]
More economic development is the best way for St. Albert to keep taxes down, says Marg Mrazek, the new board chair for the St. Albert and District Chamber of Commerce. Mrazek was sworn in as the new volunteer chair Wednesday afternoon by Mayor Cathy Heron, replacing former chair Mark Stoneleigh.
Chamber Concerned About Utility Corp [12/5/19]
St. Albert monopolizing new lines of business under a proposed utility corporation – and potentially shuttering competition with private business – is of “great concern” to the St. Albert and District Chamber of Commerce.
Utility Corp Expert Offers Perspective [11/30/19]
Former Grande Prairie utility corp CEO talks to local leaders about successes and failings of Aquatera. In advance of a public hearing on Monday for St. Albert’s proposed municipal utility corporation (MUC), the Chamber of Commerce hosted an information session with Bernd Manz, the former chief executive officer of the first regional municipal utility corporation in Alberta.
Eleven Businesses Honoured for Excellence [10/27/19]
Members of the St. Albert business community gathered together Thursday night to award their best and brightest entrepreneurs at their business awards night.