Economy Stakeholders – Calgary Business Recovery Expo – July 31

As an economy stakeholder, we wanted to make sure that you are aware of the Calgary Region Business Recovery Expo that is being held on Wednesday, July 31. The attached pdf includes details on the event. The expo is open to all flood impacted businesses in Calgary and surrounding areas. The link to register is : here

The Business Link (TBL) from the Alberta Government

The Business Link (TBL) has been working on a general information document to assist small businesses based on the main questions that TBL has been asked by flood affected businesses. TBL recognizes that while this document is only a starting point, it provides some valuable initial information on the “most asked questions” to date.

They have designed the document to be printable and usable for those that don’t have internet access. A e-copy is available here.

Here is the web link to the Resources for Businesses affected by the 2013 Alberta Flood pdf document: .

The pdf is found right from the TBL home page, , right within “What’s New”, “Resources for Businesses Affected by the 2013 Alberta Flood”, section by clicking on the hyperlinked word “guide”.

Redford Government provides a Hand-Up to Alberta’s flood-affected small businesses

Follow the link for the new release.



The Town of High River Business Renewal Team has arranged for local businesses who have legal questions to have the opportunity to meet with a business lawyer for 20 minute pro-bono sessions.

This complimentary legal aid service is available by appointment only on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 2:30pm to 7:30pm at the Bow Valley College Campus, 710 Centre Street (upper floor) in High River.

To book your 20 minute pro-bono legal session, please call Bow Valley College at 403-441-2399