Our mission is to help communities thrive by supporting entrepreneurs from start up to success.
For over 30 years, we’ve been helping people just like you, turn business ideas into reality in rural Alberta. Our small business specialists connect you with the skills, financing and resources you need to succeed.Read more about this Chamber Member
Alberta has 21 workforce Consultant’s (WFC) regionally across the province. WFC’s initiatives, develops and maintains relationships with employers, employer organizations and community stakeholder groups with eh objective to encourage, support and facilitate the attraction, development and retention of Alberta’s workforce. The WFC establishes connections with various local Ministry’s and external colleagues in the Government of Alberta and other jurisdictions, to foster innovation and development of strategies and actions that address regional employer workforce issues and challenges. Direction of work is determined by needs and demands of the ever-changing regional labour market. The WFC’s primary clients are employers and regional employer associations/organizations. WFC’s work in collaboration with stakeholders, the variety and size of assignments varies. Exploring the needs and challenges of local business; understanding, interpreting and responding to provincial labour market issues in demanding labour markets and being versatile enough to respond to changing labour market conditions including helping support the continued employment of people being downsized/laid off. Working with stakeholders, WFCs identify regional labour market issues, create strategies and implement project based and individual employer focused solutions.Read more about this Chamber Member
Business Description: Established in 1910. McElhanney Geomatics Engineering Ltd. is an employee-owned company that provides surveying, engineering and mapping services. We have 10+ locations across Western Canada, and specialty satellite offices in Ontario and Newfoundland and Labrador to service the transportation & transit, cities & communities, and energy & resource sectors. We operate locally in the communities where we live and work and share staff resources from across our company.
At McElhanney, we work closely with our clients and partners and take on their challenges like they’re our own. Our clients choose us because of our commitment to safety and quality service, because our relationships are rooted in trust, and because our capable teams have the excitement and skill to tackle challenging problems.
Before breaking ground on a new build, buying property or beginning an addition, you’ll need to be sure of where your property begins and ends. Our area of service includes for the municipal, construction and resource sectors: Legal Subdivision Plans, Descriptive Plans, Consolidation Plans, Road Plans, Property Lines, Plot Plans, Grade Plans, Real Property Reports, Stake Outs, Lease Plans, Disposition Plans, Right of Way Plans, Pile Layout, Building Stakeout, Topographic Surveys, As-Built Surveys, Volume Surveys.Read more about this Chamber Member
Primary Care Networks (PCNs) bring local physicians and other health care professionals together to provide comprehensive patient care to Albertans. PCNs develop solutions to meet the needs of the local community and their health issues. PCNs are created through an agreement between physicians and Alberta Heath Services. We provide services in the areas of chronic disease management, geriatrics, palliative care, obstetrics and medical social work.Read more about this Chamber Member
Pumpjack Players has operated in Whitecourt for 35 years. Also known as the Whitecourt Drama Society, we offer local, live theater opportunities. In the fall we put on a dinner show and in the spring we do a children’s performance. We provide scholarships to local students pursuing the arts at post secondary.Read more about this Chamber Member
The Community Lunch Box Society is a non-profit, all inclusive, volunteer run society that currently serves the community of Whitecourt. Our initiatives fall into four categories as follows; creating a cleaner, greener community; helping individuals with disabilities find meaningful part time employment; providing inclusive volunteer opportunities; and helping kids learn on a full stomach. Our organization is made up of 125 good hearted volunteers, community members, schools, businesses and a board of directors that work together to create positive initiatives in our community.Read more about this Chamber Member