9th Annual Women in Business Mixer

Our Women in Business mixer happens once per year during Small Business Week (third full week of October) and provides a fun, laid-back evening of networking for women in the area. 

The 9th annual Women in Business Mixer is scheduled for Thursday, October 22, 2020, from 5:00-6:30pm. Find out more

World's Largest Dinosaur Celebrates 20th Anniversary

On Tuesday, October 13, 2020 the Drumheller and District Chamber of Commerce will be celebrating a significant milestone. This day will mark the 20th Anniversary of the World’s Largest Dinosaur.

To celebrate, we will have a brief program starting at 1:30pm in front of the Dinosaur, followed by cake and refreshments. Seats are limited so we do require attendees to RSVP. Please call the Chamber at 403-823-8100 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you wish to attend. 

COVID-19 Protocols:

  • Physical distancing will be in effect
  • Hand sanitizer will be provided
  • Maximum attendance of 100
  • Cake and coffee served by Chamber staff

Additionally, the Chamber Board of Directors and staff invite you to help us select a name for the World's Largest Dinosaur! Board and staff members have come up with 6 name options for the public to vote on. Click here to vote. Voting closes at 11:45pm October 9.

 Learn more about the history of the World's Largest Dinosaur at worldslargestdinosaur.com.

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Commercial Fireworks Sales in Drumheller

Our Business Advocacy Committee would like to hear from you, our local businesses, on the selling of consumer fireworks in Drumheller.

Please read the letter from the Canadian National Fireworks Association and let us know your questions and comments via This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or at 403-823-8100 by September 30. 

Canadian Chamber Launches 'Our Restaurants' Campaign


When the pandemic started, our restaurants were among the first and hardest hit. Despite their own challenges, they worked hard to support communities, those in need, and find new and innovative ways to safely serve customers. But despite this, many of our restaurants aren’t sure if they’ll be able to keep going – the numbers just don’t work when so many tables are empty and new costs are so high.

Just as our restaurants have always been there for important moments in our lives, now we need to be here for them.

The Canadian Chamber of Commerce has launched 'Our Restaurants'- a campaign dedicated to sharing stories and updates of one of the hardest hit industries by the pandemic. With the support of 14 food service businesses, representing more than 60 brands, we are putting a spotlight on the current situation faced by Canada’s restaurants amidst COVID-19 — high costs, fewer customers and government programs that are ill equipped for the unique, long-term challenges confronting the industry — and are urging governments to take measures to ensure their survival. For more information, visit OurRestaurants.ca.