Past Chamber events

Clement stands up for oilsands

May 23, 2012
Calgary Chamber - ENMAX Ballroom
Treasury Board President Tony Clement blasted NDP leader Thomas Mulcair last week for his negative views on the oilsands. Mulcair recently stated that natural resource exports, particularly from the ... Read more

Desjardins Group identifies the West as a key growth market

May 17, 2012
Calgary Chamber - ENMAX Ballroom
Canada’s economic engine is the West and the rest of the country knows it. That’s why the Quebec-based Desjardins Group, Canada’s largest financial cooperative, acquired Alberta-base ... Read more

Potash – The business of feeding a growing world

May 02, 2012
Fairmont Palliser Hotel - Alberta Room
Event Recap The CEO of Potash Corp., the world’s largest fertilizer corporation, has no illusions as to the ups and downs that can happen in his business – or any business for that matter ... Read more

Open House – Onward

April 30, 2012
Calgary Chamber
Over the past twelve months the Calgary Chamber has been working with our members and colleagues to understand how we can better serve our member’s needs. We know that we must deliver value and ... Read more

UFC – Building a global sport, brand and business

April 25, 2012
Flames Central
It may seem like an odd comparison, but Calgary businesses could learn a thing or two from the Ultimate Fighting Championship, promoter of the world’s fastest growing sport, mixed martial arts.& ... Read more

Budget scores big with business – Minister Ted Menzies

March 30, 2012
The federal government released its 2012 budget last week to a nod of approval from Calgary’s business community. Speaking at the Calgary Chamber of Commerce last Friday, Minister of State for ... Read more

Engaging Aboriginal workers – Minister John Duncan

March 20, 2012
Business can play an important role in job creation for Aboriginal people, business leaders heard last week. Speaking at Calgary Chamber event, Federal Minister of Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Dev ... Read more

Dealing with labour shortages – Perrin Beatty

March 15, 2012
Three things businesses can do to tackle Alberta’s looming labour shortage Alberta is in the calm before the storm. Sure, we’re sitting pretty now – over the past 12 months employme ... Read more

Accessing Asian markets – Shawn Atleo

March 01, 2012
Exporting Alberta oil lies through Aboriginal lands Just as Aboriginal communities played an important role in forming Canada during the time of the fur trade, their ongoing cooperation and involveme ... Read more

iF Day 3 – The tipping point

February 29, 2012
Calgary is in the midst of a massive mind shift that’s changing our city – one person at a time Change is in the air. At first, we didn’t even see if coming. But lately, something h ... Read more