Celebrating our members and our community.Results Found: 22June 7, 2020
Canada's upstream oil and gas industry is ready to play a critical role in developing solutions and delivering results. We are shovel ready, with the capacity to create high-paying direct jobs, including indirect jobs through our multi-billion-dollar national supply chain. Additionally, we contribute to the local, hotel, restaurant, retail and other services where our companies operate.
Jack Middleton & Allie BladesMarch 12, 2020
Our team is closely monitoring the worldwide global pandemic of COVID-19 and we are working with authorities from the City of Kamloops to monitor the risk locally along with partners to develop business continuity resources for you. I have called an emergency board meeting this week to determine our next steps.
Nic ZdunichFebruary 12, 2020
Planning a stand-alone event can be too much to ask for small businesses who don’t have the human resources and expertise to carry out event planning, design and implementation. Business owners wear many hats and event planning is a time-consuming process with many different aspects and tasks that can become overwhelming very quickly.
Elena MarkinFebruary 4, 2020
Restaurants, brewpubs, wineries and eateries not only contribute jobs and a significant portion of our provincial GDP, but they are also where our communities gather and the lifeblood of our city.
Nic ZdunichJanuary 28, 2020
The conversation around workplace wellness and mental health is a topic that many feel uncomfortable discussing. Lack of knowledge or fear of judgement is often why historically these conversations were not head. What we know is investing in mental health programs has a positive ROI for your business. It is time to break the taboo and take care of your colleagues and in return, your business.
Nic ZdunichJanuary 8, 2020
According to a report released last November by Deloitte Canada. Analysis reveals that companies with mental health programs in place for one year had a median annual ROI of $1.62 for every dollar invested. For companies with programs in place for three or more years, the median annual ROI is more than double—valued at $2.18 for every dollar spent. It is not only good for people, it is good for business
Nic ZdunichDecember 31, 2019
Acacia Pangilinan, Executive Director, reflects on 2019 and provides a sneak peek of what is to come in 2020.
Acacia PangilinanAugust 7, 2019
In a technology-driven world where becoming unglued from personal electronic devices is seemingly impossible, this feature member is working hard to reinvigorate the benefits of socializing through creating welcoming, comfortable and delicious dining experiences that will have you dusting off your human to human interaction methods…and enjoying every step of the way.
Jen BarterJuly 31, 2019
Is including your employees in business goal setting important? Read our latest blog post to see how creating a joint vision, training and encouragement aided a Chamber member to achieve multiple awards and more. Click here to read the blog and learn more