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Canadian Global Cities Council calls on governments to work together to resolve blockades

News Back Canadian Global Cities Council calls on governments to work together to resolve blockades 13 February 2020 Today, the Canadian Global Cities Council (CGCC) issued a letter calling on the federal government to work with all orders of government to bring swift and peaceful resolution to the blockades impacting railways, ports and bridges across…

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Nashville Sister-City Delegation Recruitment

News Back Nashville Sister-City Delegation Recruitment 05 February 2020 City of Edmonton is accepting expressions of interest to be part of the delegation to Nashville to celebrate the 30th anniversary of our sister-city relationship from March 1-3, 2020. Activities will include business meetings, industry tour(s), a reception and the Oilers vs. Predators hockey game on…

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Canadian Global Cities Council calls on federal leaders to ratify CUSMA

News Back Canadian Global Cities Council calls on federal leaders to ratify CUSMA 23 January 2020 Canadian Global Cities Council calls on federal leaders to ratify CUSMA Today, the Canadian Global Cities Council called on all federal party leaders to come together to ratify the Canada-United States-Mexico Agreement (CUSMA), Canada’s most important trade deal. Industry…

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2019 Member Survey Results – Your Opinion Matters!

News Back 2019 Member Survey Results – Your Opinion Matters! 15 January 2020 The results are on in on the Edmonton Chamber’s most recent member survey! From provincial tax cuts to the City’s LRT expansion, our members weighed in on some of the key issues facing Albertans and Alberta businesses in 2019. While we encourage…

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Why is a 2.1% tax increase the best we can do?

News Back Why is a 2.1% tax increase the best we can do? 13 December 2019 The Edmonton Chamber of Commerce presented to City Council on December 5 with a clear message: chart a course towards long-term financial sustainability by striving for no increases to property taxes. The business community has asked for a budget…

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Budget 2019 charts a clear path to balance for Alberta

News Back Budget 2019 charts a clear path to balance for Alberta 25 October 2019 After years of increasing deficits and little fiscal restraint, Alberta is now headed towards a more certain financial future. Today the Government of Alberta released its first budget since the spring election, which commits to reviewing government programs and eliminating…

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Statement on federal election results

News Back Statement on federal election results 21 October 2019 The Calgary and Edmonton Chambers of Commerce would like to congratulate Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and the Liberal Party of Canada on their election victory. This federal election was an opportunity to discuss the critical issues impacting our country and our future. We thank all…

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Make your vote count in this year’s federal election

News Back Make your vote count in this year’s federal election 16 October 2019 October 21st is fast approaching, and Canadians have an important choice to make in this year’s federal election. With strong leadership, we can boost Canadian competitiveness and become a world leader in energy, innovation and talent. How can you support business…

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Introducing our new website and online member platform

News Back Introducing our new website and online member platform 07 October 2019 We have exciting news! We have transitioned to a new website and online member platform, ChamberMaster – to better serve you, our valued members, and help you get more from your membership with the Edmonton Chamber of Commerce. These changes will create…

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Nominate a candidate for the 2020 Board of Directors

News Back Nominate a candidate for the 2020 Board of Directors 03 October 2019 The Edmonton Chamber of Commerce is one of the most influential business organizations in Canada.  It is part of a business community that extends regionally, provincially, nationally, and around the globe within the Chamber of Commerce and the World Trade Centre…

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