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Local to Global Forum: March 7-9, 2018

Registration is open for the Local to Global Forum coming up in Vermilion March 7, 8 and 9th, 2018. Join Economic Development Practitioners, Government Partners, Educational Institutions, and the Business Community for the full conference to participate in focused dialogue with senior government representatives and our dynamic roster of presenters from across North America. Come […]


Palliser AGM Makes News Headlines

Palliser Economic Partnership’s Annual General Meeting, held on Wednesday, June 29, garnered the interest of both the Medicine News and the Bow Island Commentator. To view the articles, visit the respective links below: Medicine Hat News Article – Economic minister says he’s ‘all ears’ with local officials, July 2, 2016 Download PDF Article – PEP’s board goes unchanged, […]


Alberta Minister at Palliser Economic Partnership’s AGM

Community members and stakeholders of Palliser Economic Partnership (PEP) were privileged to have the Honourable Deron Bilous, Minister of Economic Development and Trade attend and speak at the Annual General Meeting on June 29, 2016 in Medicine Hat. In his presentation the Minister referred to PEP as a leading example of how effective collaboration results […]


Village of Duchess Joins Palliser Economic Partnership

The Village of Duchess has been accepted as a shareholder and voting member of the Palliser Economic Partnership, making them the 21st municipality to join the corporation! “We are very pleased to have the Village of Duchess join Palliser Economic Partnership” stated Mr. Slemp”. The economy of the Village of Duchess is closely linked to […]


Selling to Government Seminar on May 5, 2016

The Palliser Economic Development (PEP) and the Medicine Hat & District Chamber of Commerce are co-hosting a Selling to Government Seminar on May 5. This event will provide businesses the opportunity to learn how to market their goods and services to the municipal, provincial and federal governments, as well as with the Department of National […]


2016 Local to Global Forum a Success

The Local to Global Forum, held in Medicine Hat on March 10 and 11, successfully brought together 83 registered delegates to learn what Eastern Alberta Trade Corridor (EATC) has accomplished, is working on and what is on the horizon.  Speakers included the Consul General for the USA, the Assistant Deputy Ministers of Transportation, Economic Development […]


Village of Consort Joins Palliser Economic Partnership

Mr. Jay Slemp, Chair of Palliser Economic Partnership (PEP) is pleased to announce that the Village of Consort has been accepted as a shareholder and voting member of the Palliser Economic Partnership. The Board of Directors unanimously approved the Village of Consort request for membership at its last Board meeting on January 29, 2016. Consort […]


2016 “Local to Global Forum” to be held in Medicine Hat

Palliser Economic Partnership, Battle River Alliance for Economic Development, and Northeast Alberta Information HUB are pleased to announce that Eastern Alberta Trade Corridor (EATC) will hold its next Local to Global Forum on March 10 and 11, 2016 in Medicine Hat, Alberta. “The Local to Global Forum brings together everyone interested in driving economic development […]


Eastern Alberta Trade Corridor Announces New Chair

Jay Slemp has been elected as the new Chairman of Eastern Alberta Trade Corridor (EATC). Slemp brings to the job more than 40 years of experience working to make rural Alberta a better place to live. EATC is an initiative of Palliser Economic Partnership, Battle River Alliance for Economic Development, and Northeast Alberta Information HUB. […]


Medicine Hat to Host Digital Futures Symposium

Palliser Economic Partnership (PEP) is pleased to announce that The Van Horne Institute will hold its next Digital Futures Symposium March 9 and 10, 2016 in Medicine Hat, Alberta. “I am very pleased that The Van Horne Institute has selected Medicine Hat as the site of next conference on rural broadband enablement”, says Jim Turner, Vice-Chairman […]