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While many people are winding down for a bit of relaxation this July, Ontario’s new Government under Premier Doug Ford has just received the mantle of provincial leadership. Premier Ford and his team will be working through the summer to begin implementing the changes that were promised during the recent election campaign…read more
The deadline for the first slate of nominations is Tuesday, July 31st, and the deadline for additional nominations, to be received in writing with 10 signatures, is Friday August 31st.read more
The Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce is pleased to award two $500 scholarships to graduating high school students Sasha Wilson and Eraj Rehman.read more
In this edition of 5 Minutes for Business, the Canadian Chamber’s Chief Economist, Trevin Stratton, Ph.D., examines Canada’s economic performance up to the mid-point of 2018 and considers what the latter half of the year might have in store for us.read more
In recent years, the lack of community growth combined with our aging population has been identified as a gathering storm that will have a significant impact on our capacity to function as we have in the past. Numerous local groups are working to entice immigrant newcomers and support them in building a new life here.read more
Couldn’t make it to the Leaders Luncheon on the Ontario Economic Report? Here’s a brief recap.read more
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Chamber Member businesses receive exclusive rates from our Affinity Program partners on group insurance, merchant services, telecommunications, shipping and fuel. Whether you’re self-employed or a large employer, these can add up to significant savings on your bottom line. See how you can save.
Are you starting or growing a business in Thunder Bay? The Small Business Resource Guide website has been developed by the Small Business Development Committee to assist Chamber members with information and resources that they may find useful in starting and managing their business. Click here to visit.
The Chamber's Economic Development Fund is one of the ways our Membership is able to support initiatives that support the growth or strengthening of the city’s economy.