We would like to thank all the volunteers from the Lamont & District Chamber of Commerce and the Lamont County Food Bank in making our annual charity barbecue a success. We raised over $1500 for the food bank.

Special thanks go to our sponsors who supplied all the food, drinks, and the venue for the event:
- Back Alley Pub
- Elk Island Youth Ranch
- Lamont Foods
- Lamont Grocery
- Lamont Home Hardware
- Lamont RV Park
- Price Automotive

Doug Sullivan
President - Lamont & District Chamber of Commerce
We would like to welcome our newest member to the Lamont & District Chamber of Commerce. Alberta Heartland Primary Care Network has joined our group. Thank you Graham and group. We look forward to a mutually beneficial relationship.
June 26th, 2016

Chamber member Lamont Health Care Clinic held a very successful charity golf tournament at Mundare's Whitetail Crossing on June 25th with 18 holes of golf followed by a dinner, silent auction and live auction. There were 102 registered participants this year. Congratulations to the LHCC team for coordinating this successful event.
June 26th, 2016

Several Lamont & District Chamber of Commerce member businesses had donation cans set up in their businesses to collect donations for Fort McMurray Fire Relief. $803.10 was collected and all proceeds donated to the Red Cross. Thank you to everyone for your generous donations to this worthy cause.

May 12, 2016

AGM of the Lamont & District Chamber of Commerce has a new executive voted in.
Welcome |
President - Doug Sullivan
Vice President - Kent Klassen
Treasurer - Lisa Thrower
Secretary - Judy Schueler
Past President - Mic Dunsmore
Directors - Cathy Goulet
                   Vince Price
                    Charles Iggulden


May 10, 2016

Fort McMurray Wildfire: PRESS RELEASE

"In the past few weeks the lives and businesses of many have changed drastically in the Fort McMurray, Wood Buffalo Region.

Many of our co-workers, friends, neighbours, and family have lost a great deal in the past two weeks. Some have lost more than others, including loss of homes, business and way of life.

It is very humbling to see the outcry of support for the community, regionally, Provincially, Nationally and Internationally.

People have left there home and places of employment to support our community help and make a difference to the people of Fort McMurray, Wood Buffalo to help and support others they have never met.

We have always been pioneers and adapted to hardship in the past and with overcome in the days to come.

We do know our community has made and impact on lives across this great country even internationally to make their families and lives better. Now it is reversed People from across our great country are making impacts on our lives during these difficult times. For the I thank you from the bottom of my heart.

To the many unsung heroes’ who have unselfishly stepped up to do something to help in their own way, this goes from emergency services, all levels of government, businesses, to private citizens all working together to help anyway they can.

Our local leaders putting the community over their own needs and stepping up to reassure our community this will be better and overcome.

To this I say thank you for your part of making life better for the members of our community.

During this time of unknowing, displacement, and uncertainty it is our mission to our membership and community, to rebuild our community together, locally.

This does not mean only structures and building, but homes, businesses, lives, and a healthy community as a whole.

We have a long road ahead of us in the next while to organize and rebuild our lives, community and businesses.

To our members, we have sent and email out to check capabilities and resources to start the long road ahead of rebuilding our community. If you did not receive an email, please contact us though our website to ensure we did not miss you.

We are in the process of putting together a meeting by in person and/ or call-in depending where you have relocated temporally.

We will rebuild our community together, Locally

With great sincerity and appreciation,

Charles Iggulden, BA, B.Comm., MBA, President, Fort McMurray Construction Association"

The Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring money collection stations for #yymfire at several Chamber businesses.  Please stop by at the following businesses or town office to donate:  Spirits of Bruderheim, Bruderheim Foods, Lamont Grocery, Price Automotive, Lamont Liquor Store, Home Hardware and Town of Lamont.

May 10, 2016

On June 18, 2016 the Lamont and District Chamber of Commerce is planning a Trade Fair to be held in conjunction with the Lamont Community Fair and Perogy Festival.  The event will run from 12 pm till 5 pm. The festival had approximately 1000 guests attend in 2015.  We are asking for your participation in this second annual event.  Cost for booths will be $125.00.  Each booth will be 10x10.  The success of this event depends on you.  Please contact Vince Price at 780-895-2882 Monday to Friday, 8 am to 6 pm or email priceautomotive@shaw.ca .  We ask that you register by June 11, 2016.  Please click HERE to download the registration form and return it by mail to Lamont District Chamber of Commerce, Box 1119, Lamont AB, T0B2R0, Attention: Vince.  Cheques can be made out to the Lamont and District Chamber of Commerce.

We fell that this would be the perfect time or opportunity to promote your business and and network with others! ~ Event Chair, Vincent Price.

December 12, 2015

Graymont acquired a site within Lamont County of Alberta near Edmonton that is strategically situated adjacent to major transportation corridors, including rail. This site will enable the new plant to serve customers throughout the province’s industrial heartland, including the oil and gas market in the Fort McMurray area, and well beyond. Read more...

November 26, 2015

New Bio-Diesel Refinery Starting Construction soon here in the Heartland.  Infinity Energy has recently opened of its regional field office and is now planning to build a $1.92 billion bio-diesel refinery in the Bruderheim and Lamont County area, within the Industrial Heartland. Infinity Energy's core values include the co-creation of social license, economic growth and prosperity along with a commitment to a vibrant environment. Read more....

September 3, 2015

Industry locks down Bruderheim. It’s a stronger foothold in the Industrial Heartland. Cenovus Energy has completed its previously-announced purchase of Conexus Corporation’s North American Terminal Operations, a crude-by-rail trans-loading facility in Bruderheim.  Read more...