Next Meeting - Nov.14 , 7:00 PM at FCSS

The Chamber of Commerce


The Chamber of Commerce is an advocate for businesses in the area.  We help increase visibility (like the Cremona Show and Shine) and act as forum for businesses to discuss issues that affect them.

We are a member of the Alberta Chambers of Commerce - here is their website:


Board of Directors

President - Bryce Quigley

Vice-President - Rocky Dave

Secretary - Don Carveth

Treasurer - June Clavagnier

Directors - Andrea Sheehan, Linda Newsome

Contact Information


Call Bryce Quigley at 403-637-0027 or Don Carveth at 403-975-4177


    Cremona/Water Valley and District Chamber of Commerce

     PO Box 356

     Cremona, AB   T0M 0R0

Facebook:  Cremona, Water Valley and District Chamber of Commerce (or click the icon below)

Why Join the Chamber?

The Chamber's mission is to be an advocate for business.  The Chamber will increase business exposure through signage and this web site.  The Chamber is a forum where various business owners can meet to understand local issues and come up with solutions.  The Chamber can act as a conduit to land owners or government agencies to help resolve issues.  The Chamber runs events such as the Cremona Show and Shine that increases exposure to the village and its businesses.

As a Chamber member there are also a number of Value Added Benefits such as fuel, insurance  and shipping discounts - take a look here.

The Chamber has a hiway sign in Water Valley available for Chamber members advertising and also park benches in Cremona.

The Chamber is also a community group that often gets involved in and provides financial support to various community activities managed by other organizations.  It is a good place to give back to the community.

How Do I Join?

Contact the Chamber either by phone or e-mail.  Annual dues are $55, with a $20 rebate if 6 or more meetings are attended per year.  Just fill out a form and you're in.  Come to the meetings and you will meet some influential people and appreciate what can be accomplished.


Jan. 21 Meeting