Wetaskiwin Heritage Museum (submitted/ Jessica Roth)

Wetaskiwin Heritage Museum (submitted/ Jessica Roth)

Wetaskiwin Chamber celebrates this year’s business award winners

The Leduc, Nisku and Wetaskiwin Regional Chamber of Commerce celebrated nominees for the Chamber Business Awards in person for the first time in two years on May 13, 2022, with ‘A Night in Oz’ gala.

“Even though we celebrate the top three finalists and the winners at the gala we congratulate all nominees,” says Chamber director of communications Jessica Roth.

“These entrepreneurs, leaders and team members make our region great.”

This year’s business award winners in the region include:

Ag & Food Business of the Year – Leduc: The Ice Cream Depot

Ag & Food Business of the Year – Wetaskiwin: Farm to Table Catering

Arts & Culture Business of the Year – Leduc: Under The Sun Stained Glass & Glass Art Studio

Arts & Culture Business of the Year – Wetaskiwin: Wetaskiwin & District Heritage Museum

Industrial & Manufacturing Business of the Year: Country Junction Feeds – Wetaskiwin COOP

Legacy Business of the Year – Leduc: Leduc Overhead Doors

Legacy Business of the Year – Wetaskiwin: Magnum Mechanical

Medium Business of the Year: True Touch Massage Therapy and Fitness

Not-for-Profit of the Year: Wetaskiwin Health Foundation

Professional Services Business of the Year: Countryside Vision Care

Small Business of the Year: Industrial NetMedia

Start Up Business of the Year: The Old Red Barn

Tourism & Hospitality Business of the Year: Barney’s Pub & Grill – Best Western Plus Edmonton Airport Hotel

Young Business Leader of the Year: Jessica Penner, Market House



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Magnum Mechanical with City of Wetaskiwin Mayor Tyler Gandam (submitted/ Jessica Roth)

Magnum Mechanical with City of Wetaskiwin Mayor Tyler Gandam (submitted/ Jessica Roth)

The Old Red Barn (submitted/ Jessica Roth)

The Old Red Barn (submitted/ Jessica Roth)