Brooks Region's Support for Businesses
The Brooks Region is taking immediate action to help local businesses as we face challenges as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak.
We're working with our local, provincial and federal partners to gather information and resources to assist you as you work through the impact this has on you and your business.
We will continue to update this page with new information and resources as they become available.
Two main sources of information to keep your eye on as they are constantly updated and the government(s) are working to provide assistance to businesses is:
The Government of Canada - Support for Businesses
Province of Alberta - Financial Supports for Businesses
Business Resources with Business Link
We're using Business Link's resources as they are Alberta's entrepreneurial hub which provides support and guidance for entrepreneurs.
Here is a link to the most up-to-date information available to businesses in Alberta:
Businesses can also directly reach out to our local contact, Matt Hill, at 403-363-0545 or their office at 1-800-272-9675.
Ever thought of selling online but don't know how? This webinar will teach you how to get set up so you can start offering products, including simple things like gift certificates, online. Click here to access the webinar.
We will also push out information through our e-newsletter. If you have not already subscribed, please do so by visiting Brook Region Newsletter.
Brooks & District Chamber of Commerce
The Brooks & District Chamber of Commerce has released this statement.
As a Chamber member, you also have access to Virtual Doctor, which offers direct contact with a doctor (thus saving on calls to 811 or in office visits). Contact them for more information on member benefits.
Monitor the Situation and Stay Up to Date
Need to stay up to date with the latest news and updates? Use these links and resources:
City of Brooks - COVID-19 Updates
Government of Alberta - Covid-19: Information, Current Situation and What's New
Government of Canada: Actions on COVID-19