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Our municipal advocacy work focuses on two areas of concern:  Transparency & Taxation and Policies & Processes Within these areas, we advocate for fiscal transparency and accountability, and for the streamlining and reduction of regulatory burdens that make it harder for Thunder Bay businesses to compete.

Our Policies & Processes concerns include:

  • designated truck route
  • zoning reform
  • sign by-law

Our Transparency & Taxation files incude:

  • City budget
  • Program & Service Review
  • strategic planning
Indigenous Awareness Training Now Available

Indigenous Awareness Training Now Available

The Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce is a signatory of the Thunder Bay Anti-Racism and Inclusion Accord and is committed to helping businesses respond to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada’s Call to Action #92.

We are proud to partner with First Nations University of Canada to provide you with access to 4 Seasons of Reconciliation Indigenous Awareness Training, a unique 3-hour online course which promotes a renewed relationship between Indigenous Peoples and Canadians through transformative learning about truth and reconciliation.

Letter to Council: Indoor Sports Facility Concerns

Letter to Council: Indoor Sports Facility Concerns

The Chamber has sent a letter to Thunder Bay City Council and Administration detailing significant concerns with the City’s engagement platform for the proposed Chapples multi-use indoor turf facility. We have many questions about the fiscal side of the proposal which remain unanswered after the City’s presentation.

Letter to Council: Indoor Sports Facility Community Engagement Feedback

Letter to Council: Indoor Sports Facility Community Engagement Feedback

The Chamber has sent a letter to Thunder Bay City Council and Administration detailing significant concerns with the City’s engagement platform for the proposed Chapples multi-use indoor turf facility. We have many questions about the fiscal side of the proposal which remain unanswered after the City’s presentation.

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