ACC relaunch pulse survey
Our COVID-19 phase one relaunch pulse survey went live this morning and we are asking our network to share the survey and encourage Alberta businesses to participate. The survey is open online until Friday, May 22. To share, please copy and paste the link below rather than copying and pasting your unique browser URL.
Alberta is ready for relaunch
Yesterday the provincial government
that with enhanced testing capacity and contact tracing ability, along with a rapid response plan in place in the event of possible outbreaks, the province is ready to take the first incremental steps to reopen some businesses and services. Calgary and Brooks will see a slightly more gradual reopening, taking into account higher case numbers in these two communities, to balance public safety with the need to get businesses open and services restored for Albertans.
Government of Alberta red tape form
Is red tape affecting your ability to reopen your business? Fill out the Government of Alberta
to tell the government how it can better support your business through the relaunch transition.
Farm Credit Canada-backed fund offers innovative and flexible solutions for uncertain times
The federal government, on behalf of Farm Credit Canada (FCC), today
the launch of a $100-million Agriculture and Food Business Solutions Fund to support proven, viable companies through unexpected business disruptions, such as the COVID-19 pandemic.
Re-opening and recovery of New Brunswick guide
prepared by the Fredericton, Saint John Region, and Greater Moncton chambers of commerce.
Liquidity and cost deferrals provide easy options for government to help the energy sector: Canadian Chamber of Commerce
The Canadian Chamber of Commerce’s Director of Natural Resources and Environmental Policy, Aaron Henry, issued a
today regarding survey results of energy sector businesses amid COVID-19.
CCC Teleconference: The impact of COVID-19 on the travel and tourism industry
The travel, tourism and hospitality sector was among the first to feel the impact of COVID-19, but it will take the longest to recover. While the federal government’s business supports are appreciated, consumer confidence will be the key to economic recovery in the long term. Join the CCC on Wednesday, May 20 at 12 p.m. MT to discuss the issues facing the travel, tourism and hospitality industry. This will be an opportunity to share feedback and concerns on policy developments in this sector. Email
Canadian industry responds to COVID-19 related supply shortages with Rapid Response Platform (
As Canadians return to work, there is an increasing need to ensure employees have access to personal protective equipment (PPE) and other products to keep them safe from COVID-19 infection. Sourcing masks, hand sanitizers and gowns is often challenging. To help address this problem, Canadian industry players contributed to the creation of
Neuman Thompson webinar: Relaunching Your Business
Please join Neuman Thompson lawyers Stefan Pahulje and Monica Bokenfohr on Thursday, May 21 from 12 to 1 p.m. as they take you through issues employers face as they relaunch their business and assess their workforce needs.
(optional $25 donation with all proceeds to be donated to the Mustard Seed).