#MemberMonday : St. Albert and District Chamber of Commerce Honoured with Alto Award

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St. Albert and District Chamber of Commerce Honoured with Alto Award

On October 23rd 2017, the St. Albert and District Chamber of Commerce was honoured with the 2017 ALTO Award for Outstanding Sustainable Tourism for their St. Albert Farmers’ Market.

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