Albert County Chamber of Commerce
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Crooked Creek Convenience have a clear missions statement – Our mission is to build a strong, productive community that celebrates our diverse, historic landscape and resourceful people..
They pride themselves on being one of those “old-time stores with a little bit of everything”, making them a truly convenient one-stop-shop for those in Riverside-Albert.
With a strong love for our local area and community, sustainability also runs through their veins. Check them out for a local store that truly does #LoveLocal.
ACCC Business of the Year, Cyber PR Army, approved vendor for Digital Adoption program
The Canadian Digital Adoption Program is now open, offering Canadian businesses the chance to apply for funding to help them with anything and everything relating to getting online, introducing software, training staff to use it and more. Cyber PR Army helped many gain funding and implement it through the previous initiative, Digital Main Street. They are approved vendors for this new program for the Grow Your Business Online micro-grant.
“We can help with your funding applications and work with you to plan what you need, implement your ideas, and get your staff up to speed.” – Lynn Colepaugh, Cyber PR Army
Canadian Digital Adoption Program
Cyber PR Army Digital Adoption Info
Self-employed Lockdown Fund date extended in NB
The SELF program application deadline of April 30th has
passed, and general applications will no longer be accepted. ONB has extended the application period to June 15 to allow only for newer self-employed individuals or companies who have become eligible only during the 2021 year and need to complete their tax returns.
- Exceeded $30,000 in gross annual business income for the first time in 2021
- Are an HST registrant
- Do not employ a full-time equivalent employee
- Are in good standing with the Province of New Brunswick
Nationwide staff shortage feedback for tourism industry requested
The Canadian government has announced a new nationwide feedback request from all working in the tourism sector. TIAC will be actively participating in this consultation process and has iterated the importance of input from our local tourism businesses. They ask that a copy of your submission be forwarded to Marc Seguin, Vice-President, Policy and Government Affairs at [email protected] to enable them to act as a united voice for the industry.
The deadline for submitting feedback is 11:59 pm (ET) on July 20, 2022.
Member RevelYOUTHsion looking for vendors
Members RevelYOUTHsion are expanding and looking for vendors! If you would like to showcase your products in their space, get in touch.
“Our Studio is growing and that means we are once again taking applications for vendors! Have locally made products you’d like to see in our space? Send us a message to [email protected] and show us what you’ve got!
We are located in Hillsborough NB on the Fundy Trail on the way to the iconic Hopewell Rocks”
CBDC hiring Project Clerk
Members CBDC are seeking a driven and organized Project Clerk. This position is for a one-year contract with potential for extension contingent on continued program funding.
Location: Bathurst, NB
Remuneration: Starting salary $42,000
– Full benefits package after the completion of 3 months, including Health Benefits, Vision Care, Dental coverage, and Employee and Family Assistance Program.
– Pension Plan.
– 3 weeks vacation
“To apply for this position, please email your resume, along with a
letter explaining how your application meets the profile we are looking for by May 27th to the attention of Line Doiron, Executive Director, at: [email protected].”
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