Tags : Lethbridge Chamber of Commerce

Supply chain still an issue for local businesses

The current state of the supply chain industry was discussed in our city. The Lethbridge Chamber of Commerce hosted the event and local producers were able to talk about their own concerns. As BCN’s Micah Quinn explains, Lethbridge MP Rachael Thomas was also on hand to discuss supply chain problems and what can be done […]Read More

Launch of e-bikes and e-scooters in Lethbridge

You will now see orange scooters and bikes riding around the City of Lethbridge. The city awarded the company Neuron Mobility a permit to operate 500 e-scooters and 100 e-bikes. As BCN’s Micah Quinn explains, Lethbridge is now the fifth city in Canada to have Neuron’s unique vehicles.Read More

Chamber Market looking to help local businesses

Lethbridge shoppers will now be able to shop local in a quick and effective way. The Chamber Market is an initiative put on by the Alberta Chambers of Commerce. The website was created to allow businesses to grow their online shopping platforms during the pandemic. Cyndi Vos, the Lethbridge Chamber of Commerce CEO, says there […]Read More

Shopping local for the Christmas season

Lethbridge Mayor Blaine Hyggen and members of The Lethbridge Chamber of Commerce, and Downtown Lethbridge BRZ have joined forces to help strengthen the importance of shopping local in our city. As Micah Quinn explains, this initiative coincided with the lighting of the Christmas tree at City Hall.Read More

Lethbridge gym wins Business of the Year Award

A local gym in our city received an award from the Lethbridge Chamber of Commerce acknowledging their contributions to our community. As Micah Quinn explains, this award was welcomed after the business faced so many struggles and challenges during the past year due to the pandemic.Read More

Lethbridge Chamber surveying businesses about vaccine passport

The Lethbridge Chamber of Commerce is introducing a new survey for business owners and operators in the city as to whether or not we should have a vaccine passport when accessing certain non-essential businesses, services, and events. This comes following the introduction of passports in both B.C. and Quebec. The survey went live on Tuesday […]Read More

Lethbridge businesses owners excited to fully re-open

Many businesses in Alberta are really looking forward to fully re-opening to customers when the province enters Stage 3 of their Open for Summer plan.  Lethbridge Chamber of Commerce CEO Cyndi Vos says that businesses are going to need to go through an adjustment stage once they fully re-open. Vos adds that business owners will […]Read More

LPS Chief addresses issues within the police service

Lethbridge Police Chief Shahin Mehdizadeh was the main speaker at a virtual town hall that was hosted by the Lethbridge Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday.  The chief gave comment on current investigations involving potential unwarranted database searches. In recent news, Justice Minister Kaycee Madu has asked for more information from the Chief in regards to […]Read More