St. Paul and District Chamber of Commerce
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Labour Market Information (LMI)

·Looking for Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S) information?Alberta’s updated OH&S Act came into effect on June 1, 2018. Learn more here

·Have questions around some of the new Employment Standards Changes? For updated Employment Standards information go to and/or check out the Employer Toolkit.

·Have questions on WCB changes coming into effect as of September 2018? Learn more at or check out the seminars/workshops or webinars at WCB Seminars.

·Are you an Entrepreneur looking for further research and innovation supports? Alberta Innovates is a provincially funded corporation with a mandate to deliver 21st-century solutions for the most compelling challenges facing Albertans. By building on our province’s research and technology development strengths in core sectors, Alberta Innovates is available to assist entrepreneurs and SMEs on technology developments & ventures. For further information check out their website

Grant/Funding Opportunities

· Looking for funding to train employees (new & current)? Check out the Canada-Alberta Job Grant program - Now offering more training incentives to help current and new employees. Find more information and application details at

· Are you looking for ways to foster more tourism development? Alberta Culture and Tourism is working with ATB BoostR to help tourism businesses in our province raise funds and gain exposure. This is a unique program and the tourism businesses that participated last year found it very beneficial. If you haven’t heard of BoostR, take a look at this quick video or check out

· Looking for funding to support anti- racism programming? Announced as part of Alberta’s Taking Action Against Racism report, the New Anti-Racism Community Grant Program supports initiatives that raise awareness and understanding of racism and its impact on Albertans. The grants are to help communities combat racial discrimination, foster acceptance and promote diversity and inclusion. For more information and application information check out - the next application deadline is November 1.


Below is a link to a Tourism funding opportunity. Excerpts:

The Tourism Growth Innovation Fund (TGIF) is a project-based grant program that aims to support economic growth and improve quality of life in communities across Alberta. TGIF has 2 streams: Destination Development Support, Product Development Support

Destination Development Support will fund up to $75,000 of eligible project costs. Applicants must contribute 25% of the total project cost. For projects with costs greater than $100,000, the applicant must cover the remaining balance.

Product Development Support will fund up to $75,000 of eligible project costs. Applicants must match funding. For projects with costs greater than $150,000, the applicant must cover the remaining balance.

Applications accepted every year during the following periods: April 1 - 30, October 1 - 31

Please click this link for all the details........

Alberta Chambers of Commerce

Alberta business responds to the Alberta Budget 2018. Ken Kobly, President and CEO Alberta Chambers of Commerce


The Chamber is working hard to provide value and be responsive to the needs of the business community...have something to share or feedback to give? Give the Chamber office a call at 780-645-5820. The Chamber is a reflection of the business community which engages in it.

Address5202‑50 Avenue
(upstairs East wing)
St. Paul, Alberta
T0A 3A0
Located at 4802 ‑ 50 Ave, St Paul.
ContactLinda Sallstrom