COVID-19 Resources for Businesses

Coronavirus information for Airdrie businesses including Airdrie case counts and vaccine information available here.

The Province of Alberta's Biz Connect site provides workplace guidance and supports to help businesses affected by COVID-19 to operate safely, including information about access to PPE. A contact form is available for businesses to ask questions about public health measures.


Government Programs

Looking for more information about Government Programs available for COVID-19 relief?

Government Programs for Businesses

Government Programs for Individuals

Expired Government Programs


Masks requirements have ended

The Provincewide mandatory mask requirement for indoor public spaces has ended – effective March 1, 2022. Masks are no longer mandatory in indoor public spaces and workplaces.

Masks are required on public transit, at AHS-operated and contracted facilities, and all continuing care settings.

More information about masking and other Provincial health measures in place can be found at

Wearing a mask is a personal choice and many people may continue to use a mask in some settings. Please continue to be patient and kind with those around you whose choice may be different than your own.


COVID-19 Public Health Actions

Alberta began a careful and prudent plan to phase out public health measures, starting February 8, 2022. Alberta entered Step 3 on June 14, 2022.

Additional details on all restrictions and measures in place is available at


Commercial Lease Information

Airdrie Economic Development and the Airdrie Chamber teamed up on February 25, 2021 to bring Airdrie businesses a presentation by The Lease Coach Jeff Granfield.

Topics covered included:

  • Commercial Leasing in Airdrie - Information and data to help you navigate your business lease presented by Airdrie Economic Development.
  • 13 mistakes that businesses make when negotiation or re-negotiating their commercial lease by The Lease Coach.

Watch event recording on YouTube


Mental Health Support

The COVID-19 pandemic can have a significant impact on mental health.

If you need help, please reach out. There are many resources available to support you. For more mental health support information please click the button below.

Mental health support


Questions about employees during the COVID-19 Pandemic?

Call Employment Standards Alberta for free advice at 1-877-427-3731 or find information online here.

Local Employment Services:

Prospect Human Services

Career Leap Airdrie


Business advisory and support services

Organizations that take calls from business owners and offer services at no charge:

Business Link
Business Link has business advisors available (weekdays 8:30am – 4:30pm) via email, phone or online chat platform to advise business owners. Call 780.422.7722 or email using the form on their website.  Online resources are available for Alberta Small Businesses affected by COVID-19.

Community Futures Centre West
A business advisor is available to discuss your concerns. Visit the website or call 403.389.8272.

City of Airdrie Economic Development
The Economic Development department is available to support Airdrie businesses. Contact the team to ask questions or discuss challenges at 403.948.8844 or


City of Airdrie Information Updates

Critical email updates will be sent directly to businesses using the e-mail address you provided for your business license.

Our Airdrie@Work business e-newsletter provides regular updates and helpful information. Subscribe here.


Business 2 Business PPE Supplies and Services

The Airdrie businesses listed below have told us that they have certified products or services for sale*:

Hand sanitizer

Cleaning services and supplies


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*The City of Airdrie does not recommend the products or services listed above. It is up to each business owner to determine if products or services offered locally fit the health and safety requirements of their business sector. Biz Connect offers resources and workplace guidance for business owners as well as information about access to PPE.


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