The Salmon Arm & District Chamber of Commerce is dedicated to providing leadership and vision to support strategic economic growth within our community.


We provide innovative and progressive opportunities in the areas of:

Networking & Marketing Events | Advocacy | Member Benefit Programs | Business Development

The Salmon Arm Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit organization comprised of business, professionals, residents and other community groups that work together to achieve a healthy economic and socio-economic environment that benefits the entire community. We work in partnership with the community, BC Chamber of Commerce and Canadian Chamber of Commerce.

As the Voice of Business, we represent our membership with professionalism and accountability in all aspects of our endeavours. When you’re a member of the Salmon Arm Chamber of Commerce, you are in good company!


COVID-19

We recognize the challenges that lay before our business members and our community and are working with all our various stakeholder organizations, the BC Chamber and Canadian Chamber to advocate for accessible business supports during, and in the aftermath, of this pandemic.

In addition, we are all collaborating information and resources under one central website location to provide you with a one-stop shop for business, personal and community resources. Please click here (or on the SAEDS image below) to connect to their website which is our primary information centre. Sign up for their E-Newsletter to ensure you are provided with the most recent updates on Covid-19 support resources.

Lastly, don’t hesitate to let us know how we can help by contacting us directly at 250 832-6247 (office), 250 515-1868 (mobile) or admin@sachamber.bc.ca


  • HOW YOU CAN HELP
    • Buy gift certificates from your favourite business. This an easy way to help businesses financially now, while saving for the future.
    • Inquire about delivery options from business or through a local courier.
    • Buy goods such as food, cleaning supplies, and pharmacy items from a local manufacturer or supplier.
    • Reach out to the local business directly and see if they have any innovative ways to provide their products or services.