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  • Community Futures Wood Buffalo

    For more than 30 years, they have been helping people turn business ideas into reality in rural Alberta. Their small-business specialists connect entrepreneurs with the skills, financing and resources they need to succeed, including training and loans. Workshop information can be found on their Eventbrite page.

  • Wood Buffalo Economic Development Corporation

    Increasing the growth, innovation, prosperity and resilience of the economy of the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo. Provides in-person support from economic development to direct business-related inquiries; program delivery through one-on-one support and group workshops; and access to relevant resources to help grow and start a business.


  • Fort McMurray Chamber of Commerce

    The Fort McMurray Chamber of Commerce proudly supports over 550 businesses in the Wood Buffalo Region. The Fort McMurray Chamber of Commerce is dedicated to promoting growth and economic development, advocating for sound public policy, and serving our members with outstanding programs and benefits.

  • RMWB Business Licensing

    Businesses operating in the RMWB normally require a licence. However there are a small number that don’t need one and others that are exempt from fees. Before you begin operating your business, you need to determine what type y

  • Business Link

    Alberta’s entrepreneurial hub: a non-profit organization that helps Alberta entrepreneurs start their own businesses. Tools and resources include advice and research, Indigenous ser

  • Alberta Small Business Resources

    A directory of business resources for new and established entrepreneurs managed by the Government of Alberta.

  • Canada Business Network

    Get the resources your business needs to grow and prosper, including information on government services, programs and regulations. Canada Business Network promotes entrepreneurship and innovation, and provides assistance through an organized network of service centres across Canada. There is a centre in each province and territory working with partners in many communities to provide numerous service access points.