The Chauvin region has a full complement of retail, grocery, personal and business services, entertainment, shopping and dining.
Chauvin itself is home to a range of small-to-medium-sized businesses, each contributing to the village’s present economic status. The community as a whole enjoys a healthy net positive economy, exporting a large percentage of its disposable income to surrounding larger centres. Industries include oil and gas, agriculture, and construction. There are presently two internet-based companies in Chauvin marketing internationally, one a luxury wearables store, the other an SAAS. Together, these sectors have enabled a sustainable foundation for growing businesses outside the present sectors.
Chauvin is located in Canada's Grain Belt. Operations vary in size from 25,000 acres down to 640 acres. Ranching supports a significant number of families with cattle operations. Agricultural supply businesses in the region offer fertilizer, seed, machinery and equipment.
Chauvin is located in the heart of the oil and gas industry in Alberta, There are several petroleum producers in the area, notably Tiene Energy and Husky Oil.
Retail and services:
The Chauvin region supports a full range of Grocery Stores and Supermarkets, Clothing and Apparel Stores, Home Improvement and Hardware Stores, Pharmacy and Health Care Stores, Restaurants and Cafes, Automotive Dealerships and Repair Shops, Banks and Financial Institutions, Electronics and Appliance Stores, Specialty Stores.
There is a full range of professional service in the Chauvin region, including accounting firms, law offices, and other professional services.
Manufacturing and industrial:
A wide range of manufacturing and industrial services are available in the Chauvin region, including manufacturing for oil and gas production, agricultural products, metal fabrication and welding, and wood products, among more.
Several companies vie for the home construction customer, ranging from custom builds to manufactured homes.