Be advised that the Town of Legal Administration Office and Public Works Shop are closed to public access until further notice. Town staff will be available by telephone during regular business hours by calling 780-961-3773. In addition, the following town facilities are closed until further notice: - Legal Arena - Legal Curling Rink - Citadel Centre Community Room For those who need to make payments, electronic options are available, as is the use of the drop box to the right of the Town office entrance door. Click for more information.COVID-19, Town Office & Facility Closure
The Town of Legal has an eye to the future and aims to achieve sustainable growth through effective community and business development.
The resources included below will assist anyone looking to start a business or enhance their business operations.
For additional information and resources about doing business in Alberta visit AlbertaCanada.com and learn more about what Alberta has to offer. We hope to see you in Legal.
The dashboard compiles Alberta economy's most important indicators for business in one place. It provides a quick snapshot of Alberta's current economic state and provides a gateway for you to explore indicators in more detail.
Get the latest update on Alberta's Labour Force such as most recent unemployment rate for the province as well as the various economic regions within Alberta. Labour Force Statistics are compiled and distributed monthly.
This is your gateway to Alberta Small Business Resources. This is a directory of business resources for new and established entrepreneurs. Visit the website to learn about strategies and initiatives underway to drive small business in Alberta.
This is a not-for-profit organization that provides unique programs and services to women through mentoring, advising, financing, and skills and network development. Visit their website to see a listing of current events and find out more about what they are offering.
This is Government of Canada's gateway to information, resources, and assistance for new and existing businesses. If you are starting, managing, financing, or growing a business in Canada, then this is the place to start. Visit their website for more information.
The Canadian Grants Business Center (CGBC) helps small and medium businesses with Government grants, loans, subsidies, and financing. CGBC educates Canadians on funding programs that are offered through Government services that most businesses are unaware of. There are programs in many forms that you can apply for.
This library of resources contains links to hundreds of sites offering research materials on every area of planning a business including: venture capital, new products, market analysis, competitive analysis, production management, tax problems, legal issues, financial statements, writing a business plan and much more.
The Community Futures Tawatinaw office is a community driven, non-profit organization staffed by business professionals and guided by a volunteer Board of Directors. Community Futures provides a wide range of small business services and business management tools for people wanting to start, expand, franchise or sell a business. They also run a number of specialized business programs, organize exciting business events and actively work with community and business leaders to foster rural economic growth.
Formerly, Canadian Youth Business Foundation, Futurpreur Canada is the only national, non-profit organization that provides financing, mentoring, and support tools to aspiring business owners age 18-39. Their mentoring program matches young entrepreneurs with a business expert from a network of more than 2,800 volunteer mentors.
The Rural Alberta Business Centre, Camrose, helps businesses start, grow and thrive in rural Alberta. The business centre is your one-stop access to information, advice, business training and research services to entrepreneurs and business owners.
For more than 25 years, Western Economic Diversification Canada has been working to diversify the western economy while improving the quality of life of western Canadians. They aim to be a leader in building a strong, competitive West by focusing on business development, innovation, and community development.
The Business Link is a not-for-profit organization supported by the Government of Canada (through Western Economic Diversification) and the Government of Alberta (through Alberta Innovation and Advanced Education). The Business Link provides valuable resources, support and advice to help you succeed in business. Business Link works with a network of business development centres across the province to ensure you have access to resources in your region.