Master TripAdvisor and more!

Do you have a hotel, motel or bed & breakfast? Would you like to learn how to get common review and booking sites like Tripadvisor, and even Google Maps to work

for you?

Reserve your spot for a free webinar, January 29, 2021 at 10 am, where you can learn how to Manage your Online Presence.

Contact us at with your name, business name and contact details – take the fluctuating tourism market and master it with savvy online networking skills!

Giant Sale – Animal InsTincT Yoga!

Start the New Year off with a sale at Enderby business, Animal InsTincT Yoga!

Great prices on all items in-store; contact for more information on specific products or artworks, or drop by during the following hours:

January 1, 2021 – 10am – 4pm

January 2, 2021 – 10am – 4pm

for great deals on everything in the store!

Animal InsTincT Yoga is going virtual, with all of its services and items available online and via appointment.

Pivot with proprietor Jenni Gladue in 2021 for fun and amazing Yoga services and products, at your door or in beautiful socially distant nature-oriented yoga and new-age products!

New Year Event Order

Please click the link below to read the amended hours for establishments, changed by a Public Health Order issued in the Province of BC.

The EDCC wishes everyone in the region the safest New Year’s celebration possible, and good wishes in 2021.


Digitize and Earn!

With the ongoing challenges faced by small business, why not digitize?

The Enderby & District Chambers of Commerce offers the lowest prices on online store setup, app creation for ordering and curbside pickup, and ongoing online maintenance.

If you’re starting your own store or online order service, contact us for free advice and information.

Once it’s online, advertisement and promotion are essential! Why not take one of our monthly Social Media 101 for Business courses to learn how to get your shiny new digital store out there, not just in the local sphere, but worldwide! Courses re-starting in January, 2021.


Contact for details, pricing, and course reservations. Seats, and slots for January online services, are limited!

Elfie Winners Announced!

There’s an extra Christmas present under the tree for these three lucky winners of Enderby’s selfie contest!

Congratulations to the three #EnderbyElfie winners:

Lynn McCarthy

Barb Adams

Sherie Baird

You can see their winning photos taken below, in order of name- a fun and socially distant way to spread some holiday cheer! Thanks to the City if Enderby for providing the 3 $25 Enderbucks prizes, which can be claimed at Enderby Jewellers.









Support for Craft Distillers

The Enderby & District Chambers of Commerce supports  the Greater Vernon Chamber of Commerce in its continuing advocacy for Craft spirit producers and others in the craft economy. Yesterday, the GVCC drafted a letter to Ottawa, urging the federal government to create an environment that allows craft distilleries to thrive, create jobs and compete with their U.S. counterparts.


Creating excise parity does more than merely open up the world of designer beverages: it is a meaningful part of economic diversification and recovery for our region.

By creating asimilar policy to the American modelin Canada, domestic craft distilleries will have additional finances to invest in equipment and facilities as well as creating employment opportunities in numerous communities across Canada such as Vernon, Armstrong and Enderby. These entrepreneurs will also increase the demand for products and services from suppliers and particularly producers of fruit and grain.

We thank Dan Proulx, Richard Rolke from the Greater Vernon Chamber for their advocacy lead on this point, and emphasize the Enderby Chamber of Commerce’s continued commitment for diverse economic recovery options in our region.

Enderby Advocates to the Province

It may be the holiday season, but your General Manager is hard at work for Enderby business, having recently attended a multi-hour meeting with Premier John Horgan, his Executive Council and members of the provincial and federal business community. Following a very earnest conversation with Premier Horgan about the continued challenges facing rural BC, the meeting focused on an in-depth Q & A with Ministers such as

Melanie Mark, Minister of Arts, Culture, Tourism and Sport;

Murray Rankin, Minister of Indigenous Relations & Reconciliation;

Bruce Ralston, Ministry of Energy, Mines and Low Carbon Innovation;

Ravi Kahlon, Minister of Jobs, Economic Recovery & Innovation;

Rob Fleming, Minister of Transportation & Infrastructure

and others!

Questions were asked regarding continued support of arts, culture and tourism through the continuing pandemic, ability to support indigenous communities to train, retrain, develop entrepreneurial enterprise and how we can reach new synergies as a community; questions about environmental reclamation, green energy solutions and diversifying the forest and mining industries; questions about road and bridge maintenance; and last but not least, the continued provincial support of workers and small businesses as the economy struggles to find its new footing in the post-COVID-19 world.

I am pleased to announce that good relationships were formed as a result of this meeting, which will be used to good advantage for our citizens, business owners and workers in the next term of John Horgan’s NDP government.

Enderby Has It All

This Holiday Season, check off every item on your holiday shopping list just minutes from home in Enderby!

Our local vendors have holiday decorations, feast ingredients and essentials for you and your family to have that perfect

home Christmas, Hanukkah, Diwali, Solstice, Kwanza and more.

Take advantage of the diverse options in Enderby and help keep our community growing, vibrant and a success in 2021.

With curbside pickup options and over the phone order setup, Enderby really does Have It All this season!

Provincial-Level Advocacy

As part of our ongoing commitment to ensuring your voices are heard at each level of government, your General Manager, Clyde MacGregor,

is taking your challenges, concerns and issues to Premier John Horgan today as part of a round table meeting with the Premier and his cabinet.

Today, we will be advancing the needs of rural businesspeople and residents, accessibility to usable financial assistance, internet access for all,

and clarification of the ongoing regulations, with an emphasis on the way that vaccines will change the face of business, service and life in BC.

Check back here next week for an update, and as always, bring us your concerns at so that we can raise them at

meetings such as these.

Shuswap Insurance Holiday Draw

Renew your insurance – AND get chocolates and a poinsettia?!

At Shuswap Insurance in Enderby, you can get your ‘adulting’ finished in time for the holidays

and enter your name in a draw to win a beautiful box of chocolates and a stunning poinsettia to brighten your


Entries will be accepted until December 18th, draw to follow. Look on Shuswap Insurance’s Facebook page and on

our news feed for the winner!