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Wondering what your Chamber had to say on your behalf about the City’s proposed 2018 budget? The full text of our deputation is here, along with links to the City’s budget information.read more
Many thanks to Chamber Member Weilers Law for supplying our Membership with this comprehensive information designed to help employers understand their new obligations under the Fair Workplaces, Better Jobs Act.read more
The City of Thunder Bay has released the proposed 2018 budget. Overall, the 2018 municipal tax levy of $190.6 million represents an increase of $6.6 million over 2017. The 2018 increase after growth is $5.3 million or 2.90 percent. In 2017 the total municipal tax levy was $184.0 million, an increase of 3.13% over 2016 net of growth…read more
January is off to a roaring start and we’ve got a full plate of issues and activities on the go this month: Ontario employment changes, Ontario election and the Municipal Budget…read more
Increased Paid Vacations and New Personal Emergency Days Also in Effect. Starting today, people across Ontario will see their wages rise $14 an hour as the new general minimum wage takes effect.read more
In this edition of 5 Minutes for Business, Jayson Myers, the Canadian Chamber of Commerce’ Senior Vice President of Policy, examines the role profit plays in driving growth and assuring economic prosperity for Canadians.read more
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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.
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.