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May 28, 2021 Dear Premier Ford: I am writing on behalf of the hundreds of businesses in Thunder Bay that will be...
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.
Media Release: Chamber Calls For Revised Protocols That Ensure Safe Business Operations and Reduced Community Contacts
New approach refines the current colour-code system, calls for better definitions of safe operating protocols by sector, and recommends adding a community contact reduction framework to address pandemic spread.
Recovery Activation Program (RAP): operate better, create new opportunities, and plan for future growth
The Recovery Activation Program (RAP) is an immersive online workshop program that connects businesses with industry experts for guidance, mentorship and practical advice about process modernization and end-to-end digital transformation.
It is completely free for businesses and supports firms of any size across Ontario.
We’re here for you. On our COVID-19 page you’ll find curated resources and regular updates on the outcomes of Chamber advocacy work with the Federal, Provincial and City governments. #strongertogether