Partners

Palliser Economic Partnership collaborates with various regional, provincial and international groups in order to advance economic development and investment attraction goals for our member communities and the region as a whole.

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Community Futures Entre-Corp Business Development is a community-owned Community Futures Development Corporation committed to providing advanced programs and resources to the communities of southeastern Alberta. Its priorities are job creation, entrepreneurship, economic growth and community development.
Logo Economic Development Alliance of Southeast Alberta promotes investment into the region and works with the businesses of southeast Alberta to expand and access new markets.
Cactus Corridor2 Cactus Corridor Economic Development Corporation is a not-for-profit organization whose focus is to identify, promote and support economic opportunities through regional collaboration to become the place to do business in Alberta.
SAMDA2 SAMDA Economic Partnership Ltd. is a partnership of the Special Areas Board, MD of Acadia #34, the Town of Oyen, the Village of Empress, and the Village of Cereal, created to foster healthy, viable community growth and economic stability for these communities.
R2R logo SAMDA’s Return to Rural Initiative aims to attract and retain early and mid-career families to the rural remote communities of the Special Areas and MD of Acadia No. 34 region.  The Return to Rural philosophy is built on the idea that by blending technology and community, it is possible to create an environment where anyone can live their dream life in a rural setting.
NREDI To fulfill its commitment to Economic Development, the County of Newell is a part of the Newell Regional Economic Development Initiative (NREDI), which was formed through a signed agreement between all the municipalities within the County of Newell boundaries and the Eastern Irrigation District.
AB_HUB_Master_Logo_small The Northeast Alberta Information HUB (“Alberta HUB”), one of three Regional Economic Development Alliances (REDAs) making up the Eastern Alberta Trade Corridor, is an alliance of Communities, Colleges, Business and Industry in Northeast Alberta.
Braed_Logo Battle River Alliance for Economic Development (“BRAED”), one of three Regional Economic Development Alliances (REDAs) making up the Eastern Alberta Trade Corridor, is an alliance of  municipalities, affiliate members, and associate members in East Central Alberta.
Alberta2012 Palliser Economic Partnership works with various ministries within the Alberta Government to advocate on behalf of its member communities and communicate key priorities, initiatives, and programs that impact the region.
ports_logo The Ports-to-Plains Alliance is a non-profit, non-partisan, community-driven advocacy group made up of representatives in the U.S. States, Canada and Mexico that advocates and seeks innovative ideas to secure additional funding for future development of a major highway corridor that runs the span of ten States.