The Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce will be making a deputation to City Council tonight regarding the 2019 City Budget. The meeting will begin at 6:30pm at City Hall.
Press Release: Chamber Applauds City Council Request for Services Profile to Inform Budget Deliberations
The Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce applauds City Council for their request for a City Services Profile that will help to inform the upcoming 2019 budget deliberations. The report will allow Councillors to see what services the city offers and their costs, as well as which services are mandated by the Province, and which are considered non-essential.
Press Release: Long-Term Transportation Plan Needed To Address Northern Ontario’s Transportation Needs
This week, the Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce and the Ontario Chamber of Commerce (OCC) released Moving Forward: A Strategic Approach to Ontario’s Transportation Needs, a policy report calling on the Ontario Government to develop a Long-Term Transportation Plan that can deliver a strategy for better managing the province’s interconnected transportation assets and serving the needs of Ontario businesses and residents.
Press Release: Chamber Applauds Canadian Government’s Improvements On Competitiveness And Regulatory Reform
THUNDER BAY, ON: November 22, 2018 – The Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce is joining the Canadian Chamber of Commerce in applauding the steps taken in the Federal Economic Statement to improve competitiveness through faster write-offs for new investment, removing trade barriers in Canada and undertaking regulatory reform.
The Chamber extends a warm welcome to Anne Antenucci (Salvation Army Community & Residential Services) and Norman Legault (Resolute Forest Products Ltd.) and returning Directors Ken Boshcoff (Sign Face Systems Inc.) and Riley Burton (Confederation College).
The Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce is welcoming the announcement of proposed changes to Ontario’s apprenticeship system that will reduce current requirements to a single one-to-one journeyperson to apprentice ratio and the repeal of many of the burdensome items in Bill 148