The latest from Calgary’s business community


City of Calgary

Ahead of City budget decisions, businesses weigh in on spending priorities

A report released by the Calgary Chamber of Commerce highlights key priorities and recommendations ahead of upcoming Council decisions on the City of Calgary’s 2023-2026 Service Plans and Budgets.

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Canada as an adventure tourism destination

Canada is an adventure tourist's dream. With a diversity of activities ranging from cycling, rock climbing, and hiking in the summer, to skiing, snowshoeing, and dog sledding in the winter, Canada is primed to take advantage of a thriving sector that promotes sustainability as well as physical and mental health.

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Calgary City Hall

Collaboration with businesses key to Calgary Climate Strategy implementation

Implementation of the Calgary Climate Strategy requires consultation and collaboration with the business community to ensure predictability, certainty, and meaningful participation from businesses.

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Deborah Yedlin, President and CEO, Calgary Chamber

Quarterly update from the CEO

Deborah Yedlin shares highlights of the Chamber's work to connect and amplify businesses, and advocate for solutions to expedite recovery. She also offers a preview of key transformations underway to deliver even more value for Chamber members.

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Sunesis Consulting: Chaos, Risk & Resiliency

Many businesses have survived and even thrived amidst the challenges of the last few years, but many have not. What was the difference? Why are some businesses fragile and others robust?

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Calgary business thrives at Collision

Last week, the Calgary Chamber – with a delegation of over 70 Calgary-based businesses – showed up in force at Canada’s largest tech conference. One clear message we shared: Calgary’s tech sector is thriving and we're not done yet.

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Labour shortage and rising costs impeding business recovery

The Q2 Canadian Survey on Business Conditions indicates economic recovery will be uneven across sectors, with challenges exacerbated by an ongoing nationwide talent crunch combined with continued cost pressures and supply chain challenges.

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National Indigenous Peoples Day

By initiating conversations and furthering our education within our organization, we seek a better understanding, and recognition of meaningful acts of reconciliation as we serve Calgary's business community.

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6 ways to cope with anxiety at work

When anxiety strikes us at work, we can often feel as if there is absolutely nothing we can do except suffer through the negative feelings. Thankfully, there are numerous methods you can use to overcome and calm yourself down in these circumstances.

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