After taking a break for a couple of years The Greater Vancouver Board of Trade, is excited to let you know that we are bringing back our trade show and will be using the online vFairs platform. For our first virtual trade show we are taking advantage of the online environment by partnering with various Canadian Chambers of Commerce. This partnership will allow exhibitors and attendees from the Edmonton Metropolitan Region, the Winnipeg Chamber of Commerce and the Toronto region to attend and for you to expand your reach beyond our city.
Urban reserves have been around for decades in many cities in Canada, and there are more than 120 across the country. There isn't one in amiskwacîwâskahikan (????????????), otherwise known as Edmonton. Conversations about the topic have provoked much thought among those living in and near Edmonton for years. Chief Billy Morin of Enoch Cree Nation put one idea into motion early this year and grabbed headlines: ''Edmonton takes first step in establishing urban reserve'' (CBC), January 25, 2021 It's exciting to think that Edmonton may finally have its first urban reserve within the next year or two. What does that mean for Indigenous peoples living on and off reserve, for residents and businesses of Edmonton, for the city, and for the economic and cultural future of Edmonton? What can we learn from other jurisdictions about their experiences?
Join the Calgary and Edmonton Chambers of Commerce on Thursday as Federal Minister of Small Business, Export Promotion and International Trade Mary Ng breaks down the recently tabled federal budget and what it means to Alberta-based businesses and workers. Minister Ng will discuss how the federal budget will fight COVID-19, support jobs and growth, and invest in a sustainable economic recovery that includes all Canadians.
As Leader of the Official Opposition, the Conservative Party of Canada, Erin O'Toole plays and important role in our democracy. At this event, Hon. Erin O'Toole will outline his vision for Canada's economic future, his plan to help Canada recover from COVID-19, and his focus on rebuilding our economy and safely getting Canadians back to work in every sector and in every region of our country.
Hear from Tim McMillan, President and CEO of the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP), as he shares his insights into the future of the industry.
As the end of the 2017-21 City Council term draws near, join us for Edmonton Mayor Don Iveson’s final State of the City on Wednesday, May 5th. During this virtual presentation, Mayor Iveson will reflect on his time at City Hall and discuss how Edmonton is well-poised to emerge from the pandemic.
Most Albertans and businesses have had to adjust to operating remotely, as working from home has increased substantially over the last year. But what about those working in positions that require being on the job site, unable to accomplish their duties or tasks remotely or in a home office?