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  • Welcome Welcome

    Representing the Tri-Region in the heart of Alberta: Stony Plain, Spruce Grove and the County of Parkland, the Stony Plain & District Chamber of Commerce is the voice of business in the community.

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  • Canadian Chamber of Commerce has partnered with First Data Canada to provide merchant services; low credit and debit card processing costs, an online reporting tool and the latest technology including ecommerce and mobile pay apps.

    Visit www.ChamberMerchantServices.ca for more information on this exclusive offer.

  • Chamberplan Benefits Chamberplan Benefits

    Chambers of Commerce Group Insurance Plan – Canada's #1 benefits plan for small firms can provide your business with a comprehensive and competitive health, dental, and disability program customized to meet the needs of your employees! Regardless of the size of your firm we can find a plan that's right for you! Visit our website today to find out why Chambers Plan is Canada's #1 health care benefit plans for small businesses and the self-employed!

  • May General Meeting May General Meeting

      

    Allison Stewart, Director of Stony Plain Public Library

    May 16th General Meeting

    You are invited to join us on
    Thursday, May 16, 2019 
    at Stony Plain Golf Course, 18 Fairway Drive, Stony Plain AB
    Celebrate Years of Local Business Success!
     
    Join the Town of Stony Plain, along with the Stony Plain & District Chamber of Commerce, in recognizing our local businesses for their milestone achievements!
     
    Doors open at 11:00 a.m.
    Meeting from 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

    R.S.V.P. is required by Monday, May 13th
    $25 per person
    (780) 963-4545
     
  • SEEDS FOR SUCCESS 2019 SEEDS FOR SUCCESS 2019

    BE YOUR OWN BOSS THIS SUMMER!

    Here's your chance with the Seeds for Success young entrepreneur program from Community Futures Capital Region.

    If you are in high school in Stony Plain or Parkland County and would like to explore the idea of being your own boss this summer – and win awards up to $1000 absolutely free – this program may be for you!

    Check out all the details at: https://cfinsider.ca/seedsforsuccess. Applications open 1st March 2019.

    This program is made possible by our wonderful sponsors: the Town of Stony Plain and Parkland County, and our supporters Memorial Composite High School and the Stony Plain Chambers of Commerce.

    Please share so that we can give this opportunity to as many local students as possible! Thank you.

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  • Tri Regional Action Collaboration Tri Regional Action Collaboration

     

    Tri Regional Action Collaboration

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Stony Plain, Spruce Grove & Wabamun Chambers of Commerce Executive Summary

    It has been the mandate of our respective boards to form a committee, the Tri Regional Action Collaboration Committee (TRAC), to explore what potential unification may look like and how it may happen. To be clear any move to unify the chambers will require a formal membership vote from both membership bodies, by no means has this decision been made at this point in time, but is supported by both respective Boards of Directors.

     

    OUR MOTIVATION

    The goals of unification are two-fold with the first being to provide better service to our collective membership by way of more efficient use of resources. Maintaining separate memberships lists, separate event calendars, separate sets of finances to name just a few means that our staff spend a significant amount of their time maintaining each organization as opposed to providing membership facing services such as business education or advocacy. Under a unified organization these “day to day” responsibilities can be streamlined leaving time for a combined staff body to provide more attention to our membership base. The other key motivating factor is that a larger membership base carries more weight at the advocacy table. In Canada the primary historical role of Chambers of Commerce is to act as advocates to all three levels of government on behalf of the business community.

     

    HISTORY

    On June 21st TRAC gathered member feedback regarding the idea of chamber unification. A total of 44 individuals participated and of the 44 respondents, 39 expressed support for the idea of unified chamber. The 44 respondents were made up of 17 members of the Spruce Grove Chamber, 12 members of the Stony Plain Chamber, 6 members of both chambers and 9 non-members.

    NEXT STEP

    The next step of TRAC was to conduct  

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