Ensuring we can emerge on our front foot and ready to lead in a globalized, connected world.
The COVID-19 pandemic is a considerable global challenge that will continue to impact all Canadians, one way or another, for some time. Our way of life has been fundamentally disrupted.
We understand the stress and continued uncertainty for both the physical and economic health of our community. We know that all Canadians – everyday citizens, business owners, and our elected representatives – can meet this challenge. In order to ensure this, we ask policymakers to consider the following outcomes.
Delivering on these outcomes will keep us safe, ensure our Canadian economy continues to function, and allow us to emerge from this outbreak on our front foot and ready to lead in a globalized, connected world.
Stability and resiliency
On March 17, 2020, the Calgary Chamber submitted short, medium, and long term recommendations to all levels of government.
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.
Nominations now open for Calgary Small Business Awards
Over nine in ten businesses in Calgary are small businesses and together, they bring vital jobs, products, services, and vibrancy to our city. The Calgary Small Business Awards celebrate entrepreneurs that see opportunity, take risks, and work hard to make their business ideas a reality.
Calgary is starting something exciting - and it's turning heads everywhere
Calgary has always been a city that’s been good at starting something. As we come out of seven lean years brought on by a collapse in oil prices followed by the COVID-19 pandemic, there are many signs that we are starting something. Again.