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5 Minutes for Business: Latest on Canada-U.S. Tariffs

In this edition of 5 Minutes for Business, the Canadian Chamber’s Director of International Affairs, Mark Agnew, takes stock of the latest Canada-U.S. tariffs and examines what could come next and how it could impact Canadian business.

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5 Minutes for Business: State of the Economy

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.

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5 Minutes for Business: In Praise of Profit

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.

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Upcoming Chamber Events

Apr
10
YQT: April 2019
Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce
Apr
13
2019 Business Awards Gala
Valhalla Inn Hotel

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Member Profile: Teleco

TELECO is a locally owned technology company committed to delivering specialized solutions (on premise PBX, VoIP, hosted & SIP services, managed IT Services) and products since 1985.  TELECO was founded by President Frank Littlefield and has since grown tremendously since its inception.

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Member Profile: St. Joseph’s Care Group

St. Joseph’s Care Group (SJCG) combines tradition and innovation in responding to the unmet needs of the people of Northwestern Ontario since 1884. We are here for our clients, offering a broad range of programs and services in Addictions & Mental Health, Rehabilitative Care, and Seniors’ Health across multiple sites in the City of Thunder Bay.

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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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