The Salmon Arm Chamber of Commerce is a not-for-profit organization comprised of businesses, processionals, residents, and other community groups that work together to achieve a healthy economic and socio-economic environment that benefits the entire community. The chamber is the Voice of the Business Community with the esteemed privilege of advocating on behalf of our members directly to elected government officials Municipally, Provincially and Federally. Every chamber member has a voice and the input of businesses is vital to enact and promote positive change.

Business & Community Supports

Extensive list of Financial Supports and resources for Individuals and Businesses (living document updated frequently)

Access the government’s Community Workforce Response Grant

Many local organizations work for our businesses. Click above to access the starting place to mentorship & support.

Recent Policy Initiatives & Letters of Support

Ebus BC

Re: Ebus Intercity Services Connecting BC to Alberta

TELUS Communications Inc.

Re: Proposed Installation of Cellular Tower – Salmon Arm Industrial Park

Dr. Henry, Minister Dix, Premier Horgan, Mr. Kyllo and Mr. Arnold,

RE: Letter of Support – Permitting Non-Food Items at Farmers’ Markets

CC: Salmon Arm & District Chamber of Commerce Membership
Monique Cusson, The She Shed by the Shuswap Shore
Mayor Alan Harrison, City of Salmon Arm
Shuswap Food Action Society
BC Association of Farmers Markets
Salmon Arm Economic Development Society
BC Economic Development Society
Okanagan-Shuswap Chambers of Commerce
BC Chamber of Commerce

Southern Interior Development Initiative Trust

RE: Letter of Support – Rural Business and Community Recovery Program

CC: Salmon Arm Economic Development Society
District of Sicamous Development Corporation

Thompson Okanagan Tourism Association (TOTA)

RE: Support for Training for Thompson Okanagan Tourism Industry

CC: Okanagan College – Training Partner

How can the Chamber best support your business? Share your challenges, setbacks and successes with us. Speak to the Chamber directly:, phone 250-832-6247.