The City of Camrose understands the impacts the COVID-19 Pandemic is having on our local business community. Here are a few resources you may find useful:

  • All Provincial Government Programs available to business owners can now be found at BizConnect, including information on relaunch plans
  • Visit the Government of Canada’s website for businesses for information about supporting your employees and your business. It will be constantly updated as the COVID-19 crisis evolves
  • Download the Government of Canada’s Canada Business App to find tailored supports to address your specific needs and questions about COVID-19
  • Contact your bank. Canada’s banks have made a commitment to support businesses and individuals through these difficult times in a responsible, fair, and compassionate way. To help provide some stability for businesses through this time of uncertainty, the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI) is lowering the Domestic Stability Buffer requirement, releasing more than $300 billion of additional lending capacity for Canadian financial institutions
  • View Business Resources from MP Damien Kurek
  • The Occupational Health and Safety Resource Portal contains all the bulletins, webinars, factsheets, and other resources that Alberta Labour and Immigration produces to support employers and workers in regards to Occupational Health and Safety in Alberta, including a portal with COVID-19 specific resources to help employers and workers keep healthy and safe during the pandemic and beyond
  • Business Link has a free resource to help you begin the process of selling online
  • View a compiled list of grants that are available
  • View the City of Camrose's Small Business Grants



The City of Camrose is poised for growth. The City’s 2018 – 2022 Strategic Plan defines four strategic focus areas, including Strengthening the Regional Economy. Continued growth and diversification of Camrose’s economy is important to meet the goals of the Strategic Plan, as more employment opportunities attract new residents, particularly entrepreneurs and young families to stay in Camrose and make it their home.

The Economic Development department is responsible for managing, coordinating, and promoting economic development opportunities in the City of Camrose. We can assist in making prospects become a reality.

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