About Us

ABOUT THE ST. PAUL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

The Chamber of Commerce in St. Paul–now known as the St. Paul and District Chamber of Commerce–was incorporated under the Federal Board of Trade Act in 1929, and the Alberta Societies Act in 1994, beginning a rich history of involvement in the community. We have served in many capacities–from the 1967 Centennial UFO Landing Pad Project to regular attendance and input at the Alberta Chamber of Commerce AGM and Conference.

Our Misson

We will be the champion of the business community through support to businesses, support to economic development, and advocating supportive business policies.

Our Chamber of Commerce is a local member-based not for profit organization, governed by the Board of Trade Act at the Federal level and the Societies Act at the Provincial level. The association is comprised of business, professionals, residents and other community groups working together to ensure a healthy economic and socio-economic base to benefit the entire community. The Chamber exists to:

  • Advance existing business and support economic development initiatives;
  • Constructively influence public policy and governments in support of a healthy business climate; and to
  • Provide valuable support, tools and programs for our members.

Our Vision

To be the champion of the business community, promoting the sustainable economic environment and livability of St. Paul & District.

By investing in your local Chamber of Commerce, you invest in your own prosperity—both as a business person and as a member of the community.

OURPillars

Our pillars support our direction and provide the basis for balanced, measurable results in achieving our mission.

Sustainability

Sustainability means strength, accountability and direction.  We are committed to achieving our sustainability goals in the areas of board engagement, policy and growth.

Community Engagement

Community Engagement means communication, collaboration and celebration. The goals which guide us in relation to this pillar include: developing productive partnerships, collaborating on economic development opportunities and promoting and leading beneficial community events.

Value Proposition

Value Proposition is all about our members and means to advocate, profit and engage for the benefit of our members. From increased visibility and advocacy locally and provincially to engaging our business community with unique member opportunities- we’re in it for our members.

OurValues

  • Member Driven

    Organized by Members for Members

  • Commitment to Community

    Investing Where we Live, Work and Play

  • Integrity

    Proud, Honest and Trustworthy

  • Innovation

    Evolve and Grow Resources and Services

  • Opportunity

    Creating Possibilities