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Press Release:  2018 Board of Directors

Press Release: 2018 Board of Directors

The Chamber extends a warm welcome to Dr. Andrew Dean (Lakehead University), Nathan Lawrence (Dominion Lending Centers Lakehead Financial), Aileen Pajunen (Goldcorp Musselwhite Mine) and Suzanne Tighe (Nurse Next Door).
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PRESS RELEASE: Chambers Welcome Revised Tax Reforms And Lower Small Business Tax Rate But Remain Concerned

PRESS RELEASE: Chambers Welcome Revised Tax Reforms And Lower Small Business Tax Rate But Remain Concerned

The Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce and the Canadian Chamber of Commerce welcome the government’s plans to revise its proposed tax reforms and to reduce the small business tax rate as a result of the comments and concerns expressed through the national #ProtectGrowth campaign and in consultations
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2017 bdc Small Business Week:  Oct 15 – 21

2017 bdc Small Business Week: Oct 15 – 21

The Small Business Week calendar is available here for download. The theme for this year's events is "Future-proof Your Business," and explores emerging trends that will shape and grow Canadian companies in the years to come.  From emerging digital technologies that are redefining ways of doing business to shifting demographic trends
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Nominations Open for 2018 Business Awards

Nominations Open for 2018 Business Awards

Nominations for the Chamber's 2018 Business Awards of Excellence are now open and will be accepted until December 31. Nominate a deserving business today and you'll be entered to win flights for 2 to any Porter destination.
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Issues & Insights: Business Under Siege

Issues & Insights: Business Under Siege

In recent months, business owners have been telling me that they feel like there’s a target on their backs and the Provincial and Federal Governments are taking aim. Some Government spokespeople are using inflammatory language that paints business owners as the bad guys...
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PRESS RELEASE: Extending Minimum Wage Implementation Will Reduce Job Loss Risk: Economic Analysis

PRESS RELEASE: Extending Minimum Wage Implementation Will Reduce Job Loss Risk: Economic Analysis

Hardest hit sectors include accommodations & food services, retail, and private health care and social services
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Perrin Beatty, president of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce, said the government appears to be doing "a dance of the seven veils" with its changes to the tax reform proposals and it's not until all the details are known that its impact can be judged: ow.ly/5gL930fVZ8I #ProtectGrowth ... See MoreSee Less

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Nominations are NOW OPEN for the 2018 Business Excellence Awards. 

Who will you nominate?  http://tbchamber.ca/event/2018-bizaward-nominations/

Nominations are NOW OPEN for the 2018 Business Excellence Awards.

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Next Tuesday, October 24th the Chamber is going purple for prevention in support of Child Abuse Prevention Month. 

Dont forget to put on your purple too.

Next Tuesday, October 24th the Chamber is going purple for prevention in support of Child Abuse Prevention Month.

Don't forget to put on your purple too.
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Issues & Insights: Business Under Siege

In recent months, business owners have been telling me that they feel like there’s a target on their backs and the Provincial and Federal Governments are taking aim. Some Government spokespeople are using inflammatory language that paints business owners as the bad guys…

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Tools for Empowerment


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.

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.


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.

Chamber eLearning

Chamber Members enjoy access to an amazing catalogue of affordable online learning courses and seminars for themselves and their employees through Chamber eLearning. Whether you’re looking to develop skills you need in the running of your own business or support good employees who need additional skills to meet current job demands, these are a great way to help you save time, money, or gain a competitive edge.  View the course catalogue here.


Pick up new skills, new information and new ideas through these workshop sessions designed to empower you with tools for growth at work and at home.  Learn more about these events.