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It is our privilege to introduce you to the businesses that, together, create a great place to do business and to call home! In the Directory Section or Membership List you will find our list of members, as varied and diverse as our local economy.

Founded in 1984 The Slave Lake & District continues to be known as the "Voice of Business". The Chamber is dedicated to serving its members, whether a company of one or one hundred. We are a member of both the Alberta Chambers of Commerce, which represents approximately 22,000 businesses as well as a member of the Canadian Chambers of Commerce which represent some 190,000 businesses. Thanks to the strength of such partnerships, by creating synergies, and forging a strong pro-business approach will set a firm foundation for the future.

For information on becoming a Chamber member, please see our Membership Section.

We welcome and appreciate your feedback on our web site and invite you to check back often. With a growing demand for new and exciting business products and services, the future for business is bright indeed.

Latest News

Passport to Christmas

Thank you to those who shop LOCAL  and enjoy the many holiday specials offered by our LOCAL business community.We always appreciate feedback on any…

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Santa Claus Parade Friday, Nov. 20

Light Up Slave Lake, The Santa Claus Parade, and Moonlight Madness are a wonderful festive tradition in Slave Lake. Santa had proclaimed…

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Chamber Election of Officers 2016

The Chamber of Commerce will hold our election of Officers for 2016 in February in accordance with our by-laws.  At our…

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The Chamber office is located at the Lesser Slave Regional Visitor Information Centre

P.O. Box 190, Slave Lake,
T0G 2A0, AB, Canada
Phone: 780 849.3222
E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Chamber Meetings

Meetings are held the last Monday of the month (except for July, August, December, and January when meetings are not scheduled). 

We look forward to welcoming you to our November meeting, Monday, November 30 at the Slave Lake Inn & Conference Centre.  Please note the luncheon buffet ($15.00 Members) will be available in the Landing at 11:30 a.m. with the meeting called to order at 11:45 a.m. in the Medallion Room.

If you have an item of concern, that you would like included on the agenda, please contact our office. Northern Lakes Colleges' presentation for this meeting will have to be rescheduled as the presenter is unable to attend as planned.

The meeting will include a request (presented by Doug Babiy on behalf of a number of local businesses) to form a committee to offer the business side of the interpretation and possible revamping of existing developmental Town by-laws -  in conjunction with the Town Council.  Should this committee be struck, it may also be mandated to look to future retail commercial revitalization and promotion towards the attraction of industrial and commercial growth.

Thank you.