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SureCall presents our sold out Membership Launch Party!

Discussing SureCall’s global impact and Calgary pride with CEO Desirée Bombenon

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Addressing rising costs and labour shortages must be prioritized as Legislature resumes

The Calgary Chamber of Commerce calls for measures to address rising costs and labour shortages as the Legislature resumes.

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City budget includes key investments; Chamber disappointed by lack of decision on property tax distribution

The Calgary Chamber of Commerce is disappointed by the municipal government’s deferred decision on property tax distribution.

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YYC Cycle studio with many stationary bikes and motivational words painted on the wall

Small Business Award winner spotlight: YYC Cycle

Promoting positivity while spinning to win

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Equity, Diversity and Inclusion in the workplace

Calgary Chamber encourages update to brand and reputation to reflect diversity of people and economy

Our brand must reflect the diversity of our people and industries.

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Forklift moves shredded paper in Pulp Shred's facility

Small Business Award winner spotlight: Pulp Shred

A growing shredding company making a greener impact locally and beyond

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Calgary Chamber proposes new investments in people, culture and infrastructure to attract and retain workforce

We must invest in our people, culture and our infrastructure to create a Calgary that is a magnet for talent, known for our quality of life, cultural scene, young energy, and vibrancy.

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City of Calgary proposed budget sends positive signal; property tax remains top of mind for business

The Calgary Chamber of Commerce is optimistic for the business community as the City’s proposed budget reflects a focus on safety, transit, and civic vibrancy throughout the 2023-2026 Service Plans and Budgets. Despite an increase in expenditure, the proposed investments put Calgary on a path of economic stability and resilience.

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Inclusion in the workplace

Inclusion in workplace leading indicator of talent retention

To attract and retain talent in a competitive labour market, we must demonstrate leadership ininclusion, diversity, equity and accessibility– from childcare to mental health.

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