The Government of Alberta is currently reviewing the Workers' Compensation Act and the Occupational Health and Safety Act and it wants to hear from Alberta's business community! Please share your feedback using the instructions below.
After thorough consideration, the Celebration of Excellence Committee, consisting of representatives from the Drumheller Rotary Club, Drumheller and District Chamber of Commerce, Town of Drumheller and Travel Drumheller, has made the difficult decision to officially cancel the Celebration of Excellence for 2020.
Initially planned for June 11, the event was put on pause with the hopes of rescheduling in the fall. However, the event has an expected attendance of over 200 people and there is still uncertainty over whether or not an indoor event of this size and nature could be held in the fall. Various options to hold the event virtually were explored, but committee members agreed that this particular event has a much greater impact for the community when all can gather and celebrate in person.
The Drumheller & District Chamber of Commerce Annual General Meeting has been rescheduled for Wednesday, July 15, 2020 @ 7:00pm. The meeting will be held virtually via Zoom. Attendees MUST pre-register no later than July 13 to receive the meeting link and package. Register here or call (403-823-8100).
Guest Speaker: Ken Kobly, President & CEO, Alberta Chambers of Commerce
2018-19 Audited Financial Statements
Special Resolution: Borrowing – Canada Emergency Business Account
Election of Board of Directors: o Two 1-year terms o Four 3-year terms
As per our bylaws, all members in good standing (membership fee must be paid by January 31 annually) are eligible to serve on the Board of Directors. If you are interested in serving on the Board please review the following information.
One of Drumheller’s main attractions and a key driver of local economic activity is being refurbished in time for its upcoming 20th anniversary, thanks in part to a federal investment of $200,000 through the Canadian Experiences Fund.
The World’s Largest Dinosaur (WLD), an iconic attraction in the heart of the Drumheller Valley, will undergo a scenic transformation of its exterior over the next month—ensuring it remains a key attraction for the Canadian Badlands.
First, please keep in mind that not all businesses require all levels of protective equipment. As per the Workplace Guidance for Business Ownersdocument, business owners should conduct hazard assessments to identify exisiting and potential hazards related to COVID-19. Where elimination of these hazards is not possible or reasonable, they should be controlled. Please review the Workplace Guidance for Business Owners document and specifically the Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) page as your first step. This page explains the levels of controls that businesses can use.
It is recommended to call local suppliers as quanities in stock may vary daily.
As of June 11, 2020, this is the information we have received: