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The Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce is part of the Alliance of First Nation and non-First Nations leaders who were pleased to see Premier Wynne and the Ontario Government have clearly listened to their concerns and are moving forward with a two-year extension to the current regulation for forest management under the provincial Endangered Species Act (ESA).read more
The Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce, the Ontario Chamber of Commerce (OCC) and the Chamber Network in 135 communities across the province are calling on the Ontario Government to remove two proposed tax reforms that will cost employers nearly half a billion dollars in new taxes from the 2018 budget.read more
Charla offers some insights into the 2018 Ontario Budget tabled last week, including some of the highlight and lowlight implications for Thunder Bay and region.read more
Charla talks about Vote Prosperity, the lens the Ontario Chamber has developed which provides political parties with tangible solutions to address the challenges businesses are currently facing, and how we can implement it locally to consider our candidates’ positions on matters relevant to business…read more
On Wednesday, January 31 Charla presented to Premier Wynne at her Thunder Bay Townhall meeting about the difficulties manifesting for businesses as a result of Bill 148. The full content is available here.read more
Today, the Thunder Bay Chamber, in partnership with the Ontario Chamber of Commerce (OCC) released a policy report, Principles for an Effective Pharmacare Program, which provides guidelines for the federal and Ontario governments to follow when considering reforms to pharmaceutical coverage.
The report reveals that 77 percent of Ontario businesses say access to talent remains the largest impact on their competitiveness while nearly half (48 percent) report a lack of confidence in the economic outlook for Ontario…read more
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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.