About the Chamber of Commerce

As the primary voice of business in Rocky Mountain House since 1972, the Chamber of Commerce is active in the local economy. We:

  • promote business
  • monitor municipal, provincial and federal governments
  • champion managed growth

Over 360 members strong, the Chamber strives to maintain a balanced business environment as well as preserve the overall quality of life in the community.

Bringing businesses together to act as one voice creates opportunities and helps eliminate barriers to business growth and success.

Partnerships

We partner with the Town of Rocky Mountain House and Clearwater County on various committees. This has helped identify issues of concern and ensure a competitive and attractive business environment.

The Chamber represents members to all levels of government. Members of local, provincial and federal governments often attend our events.

Tourism and Economic Development also partner with the Chamber to support learning workshops and growth in the community.

Travel Alberta is another partner in supporting and encouraging tourism.

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Cindy Taschuk: Exec. Director
Chamber of Commerce
Fred Nash
Fred Nash: Mayor of Rocky Mountain House
Pat Alexander
Pat Alexander: Reeve of Clearwater County

Chamber Continues to Grow

Our Chamber is effective due to our credibility, our business experience and our ability to identify and address the concerns of our members.

Our continuous growth in membership is the result of accountability, retention improvements and effective attraction strategies.

The Chamber helps build stronger businesses and stronger communities by staying focused and involved in the top business priorities.

Advocacy

Municipally your Chamber Business Development Committee focuses on economic development in the community.

This group has worked closely with the Town of Rocky Mountain House to improve information accessibility regarding development in Town limits.

Provincially a member of the Board sits on the Alberta Chamber Policy Committee.

Federally your interests are represented through the Canadian Chamber of Commerce. Recently they were effective in causing the government to scale back planned increases in EI premiums.