Thanks to a generous donation by the Nuclear Waste Management Organization, a limited number of face masks will be...
The Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce offers two $500 scholarships each year to secondary school graduates from Thunder Bay intending to attend a post-secondary institution in Thunder Bay. All candidates must be secondary school graduates from Thunder Bay planning to attend a post-secondary institution in Thunder Bay the following school year in a business-related program. Apply online here!
The Chamber is seeking candidates interested in serving as our representative on the Board of Directors of Thunder Bay International Airports Authority Inc.
Under a new agreement with Scotiabank, you can now opt in to a Crowd Deposit fund with the Chamber.
Your savings remain separate from other participants’, but the interest you earn will be based on the combined balances of all participating Chamber Members.
Giant steps for our community can start with small ones, and we often don‘t see until we look backwards just how far we’ve come. That’s the lesson we took from our meeting with Sue Hamel, owner of Seek Adventure and Tours. Her first small steps with local film-maker Michelle Derosier over a year ago eventually led to the creation of the Wake the Giant safe-spaces initiative…
The Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce announced last week that the Wake the Giant music festival will receive the maximum support available from the Chamber’s Economic Development Fund.
The Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce the winners of the 2019 Chamber of Commerce scholarships: Michelle Pocion and Kaitlyn Barr of St. Ignatius High School.
Our airport is more than just a well-oiled machine moving people between the ground and the air; it’s also an ambassador offering our visitors gracious first impressions and pleasant last experiences of Thunder Bay. Our airport is a rain-maker, cultivating partnerships that bring more business to the city.
Press Release: Success Certified Program Provides Valuable Job Skills; Increases Employability for High School Students
On May 1st & 2nd, students from Thunder Bay high schools, including Matawa Learning Centre, will have the opportunity to gain valuable certifications that will assist them in their career and educational pursuits.
Canada’s weather patterns are evolving, and severe weather is occurring more frequently. The Insurance Bureau of Canada has released a free diagnostic tool to help Canadian businesses be prepared for the worst.
We interviewed Shawn Christie at Lowerys recently as part of the development of our Charity Connect program and learned about the corporate discount and specially tailored programs they offer charity partners…
For the past 6 weeks, we have worked closely with the Thunder Bay Community Economic Development Commission as part of an RNIPP application development team to help to put Thunder Bay’s best foot forward in the hopes of being awarded one of the pilot opportunities…