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Lacombe & District Chamber of Commerce News


  We look forward to seeing these Trade Show vendors and 40+ Marketplace vendors on April 26th and 27th! We'll also have The Hungry Beast Food Truck and Wood Shed Axe Throwing on-site with their mobile unit.  Join us Friday the 26th from 2pm-8pm and Sat… Read Full Article →

Annual Scholarship Program Open for Applicants             April 1st 2019 Eligibility Requirements  Must be a grade 12 student to a school within the City of Lacombe or Lacombe County, such as: Ecole Secondaire Lacombe Composite High School Central… Read Full Article →

The Lacombe & District Chamber of Commerce Policy Committee has been working for the last month to put together a policy regarding the Canada-Alberta Job Grant. We are calling the Government to remove eligibility requirements that prevent family member… Read Full Article →

We invite local businesses to register for the upcoming Spring Trade Show! Necessary forms can be downloaded by clicking the links below.  2019 Trade Show Info Sheet.pdf 2019 TRADESHOW REGISTRATION.pdf 2019 Non-Profit Registration.pdf 2019 Spring Trade… Read Full Article →

NEWS RELEASEFor immediate release – December 31, 2018 Another successful Passport to Christmas, and winners announced!December 31, 2018(Lacombe, Alberta) The Lacombe and District Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce the successful wrap up of the 7t… Read Full Article →

We invite you to participate in the 2019 Farmer’s Bonspiel! The event runs from January 7th to the 11th and the Chamber of Commerce will again be organizing the lunches for Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday (January 8,9,10).It is an opportunity for you to ‘… Read Full Article →

The Lacombe & District Chamber of Commerce and Sunny 94 Passport to Christmas is launching November 13th! For each $10 spent at one of the 77 participating businesses, the customer receives a stamp for their Passport. Passports can be dropped at any p… Read Full Article →

Innovation seems to be the buzzword of the day. Everyone from government leaders to local entrepreneurs are trying to find ways to change; alter; transform; revolutionize what they do. The same goes for local Chambers of Commerce. As with any member-based … Read Full Article →

In the winter of 2017 and spring of 2018, the Lacombe & District Chamber of Commerce conducted a survey amongst the membership to learn where they wanted their newly elected council should focus. We asked one question to keep the answers as candid and… Read Full Article →