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Riding the “spectrum” waves to better connect Canada

To stay competitive in the economy of today and tommorow, staying connected is more important than ever. Learn more about why the fair regulation of spectrum is so important for Canada in building the connectivity infrastructure we need.

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Energizing our future: supercharging Alberta’s energy diversification

The way the world produces and uses energy is rapidly evolving and Alberta is at the epicenter of this change. Dive deeper into how Alberta is capturing our energy potential and charting our economic future.

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The gig that keeps on giving

How we work is changing, and the pandemic has only made us move faster. Learn more about how the rise and growth of the gig economy is changing work everywhere.

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Moving with the rate of change: the local impacts of a global corporate tax

Many of the world’s largest economies have agreed to change the rules on corporate tax. See what this change means for Calgary’s business community and where we’re headed in the weeks and months to come.

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Small change adds up to big things

The big impact of small business

Individually, the impact of small businesses on our national economy may be hard to notice, but when you look closer, Calgary's small businesses are the beating heart of our economy.

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Alex Sarian, President & CEO of Arts Commons

The art of surviving a pandemic: an interview with Arts Commons' Alex Sarian

Arts Commons' President & CEO Alex Sarian talks about what it means to embrace civic responsibility, engage with community and reimagine ways to nourish the arts - and Calgarians - through the pandemic.

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Quarterly update from the CEO

In her first update since joining the Chamber, Deborah shares what she heard this summer, her vision for where we’re going and why we all need to be involved in civic issues this fall, especially with the first of two elections just days away.

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Indigenous drum

Reconciliation: A journey for Calgary businesses

The path of Indigenous reconciliation is complex and necessary for Canada, and Alberta's energy sector is ready to continue the journey.

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The border between the pandemic and building back better

Learn about some of the challenges and opportunities presented by the pandemic and by border restrictions for Canadian tourism and supply chains.

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