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First “TBay 100 People Who Care” Meeting

First “TBay 100 People Who Care” Meeting

The first meeting of the TBay 100 People Who Care group will take place during the Chamber's Member Social at the Foundry on Wednesday, February 20.
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Workplace Mental Health Resources

Workplace Mental Health Resources

New resources from the Canadian Chamber of Commerce have been added to our resource archive for Workplace Mental Health.
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Budget Deputation to the Ontario Government

Over the next two weeks, your Chamber will be providing input on the upcoming Ontario Budget through deputations presented both in person and in writing. Our submission outlines examples of specific actions that the Government can take to encourage growth and economic opportunity for businesses in Thunder Bay including addressing our concerns about workforce development and skills shortages, and investing in mining, transit and forestry opportunities.

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Designated Truck Route Issue to Come Before Council on Jan 14th

The issue of the Designated Truck Route will be discussed at the City Council meeting of the Committee of the Whole on January 14, 2019. The Chamber will be making a deputation and has prepared a memo to Council which outlines our concerns and questions under three headings: lack of evidence identifying problems with current policy; safety implications of the proposed changes; and gaps in the Designated Truck Route report.

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Be heard where it matters, when it matters most.

We gather feedback from our Members in order to advocate on municipal, Provincial and Federal issues that affect our Member businesses and the economy that drives our community.

The Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce' advocacy work is made possible thanks to the generous support of our

Cornerstone Members:

                              

The Chamber maintains a directory listing just for Members offering online shopping!  Click here to visit the list and get clicking, or contact us if you don't see your online store listed and would like your business to be included.

Grab a coffee and some team-members and take a learning break! Each of these 70 videos is under 15 minutes long and designed to start or advance your business' online marketing efforts. Members enjoy free access to the entire series and can watch them any time, as often as they like.  Learn more.

 

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.

Info Resources

Working at the local, Provincial and Federal levels for as long as we have has let us put together a pretty extensive library of information on topics ranging from Federal policy-making to local marketing to personal professional development. Browse the library here.


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.