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The Voice: February 26th, 2024

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Your Weekly Tune Up Congratulations to Bow Island and Duchess on making the list of six rural communities named in Alberta to sign a housing deal   $13.8 million will be allocated to support housing growth in six small towns and rural communities across the province through the federal housing accelerator fund. The benefited communities…

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The Voice: February 20th, 2024

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Your Weekly Tune Up Elevate & Celebrate Black Excellence: Charting the Future for Black Entrepreneurs in Canada, Successful entrepreneurs and representatives from prominent Black business associations offered profound insights into their journeys, challenges and triumphs at a Canadian Chamber event earlier this month. Through their narratives, there was a deeper understanding of the systemic barriers…

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The Voice: February 12th, 2024

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Your Weekly Tune Up Don’t forget…it’s Valentine’s Day this week If you are looking for a special gift, a place to dine or an event to attend, we have resources for you! Check out our business directory for restaurants, retailers, as well as personal health services and wellness options to either treat that special someone…

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The Voice: February 5th, 2024

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Your Weekly Tune Up February is Black History Month The theme for Black History Month 2024 is Black Excellence: A Heritage to Celebrate; a Future to Build. Take time to explore the Government of Canada’s comprehensive webpage for more resources, events and videos and learn about the legacy of Black people in Canada. State of…

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The Voice: January 29th, 2024

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Your Weekly Tune Up A Portrait of Small Business in Canada: Adaption, Agility, All at Once Despite representing 98% of Canadian businesses and employing two-thirds of the Canadian economy, there’s a lot we’re still discovering about small businesses. This report, produced by the Canadian Chamber Business Data Lab, delves deep into the new reality of…

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The Voice: January 22nd, 2024

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Your Weekly Tune Up Helping 6600 Internationally Educated Healthcare Professionals work in Canada  $86 million in funding supports 15 nationwide projects to enhance the recognition of credentials for 6,600 internationally educated health professionals. Initiatives aim to streamline recognition processes, simplify steps, offer Canadian work experience, and enhance labor mobility within Canadian jurisdictions. Learn more Did…

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The Voice: January 15th, 2024

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Your Weekly Tune Up Introducing Medicine Hat Economic Development Medicine Hat Economic Development is ‘energizing our future’ by focusing on the four pillars of a strong economic development strategy: workforce development, business development, investment attraction, and investment growth and readiness. Follow them on their socials to see more about these fundamental pillars and the important…

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The Voice: January 8th, 2024

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Your Weekly Tune Up Nominations open for Alberta’s highest honour Albertans are encouraged to nominate remarkable community members, leaders and innovators for membership in the Alberta Order of Excellence. The Order is the province’s highest honour and recognizes citizens who have made a significant and lasting contribution to their communities. Nominations are accepted year-round, but…

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The Voice: January 2nd, 2024

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Your Weekly Tune Up Happy New Year!! You ready for 2024? We’re All Ears: First Update of the New Year As we develop our plans and budgets for the upcoming year, we want to hear from you. Where would you like us to spend our time? What do you value? Where could you use support?…

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The Voice: December 19th, 2023

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Your Weekly Tune Up Happy Holidays and a Happy New Year from your Chamber Team! We wish you all well and will see you in 2024! The Chamber of Commerce will be closed December 23rd to January 2nd, and we will be back in the office January 3rd. As you head into the New Year…

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