Industry report outlines strategies to unlock the economic potential of communities across the province
Reconciliation means many different things to many different people, but a new report finds most agree success depends on small, focused actions undertaken day-by-day. On June 19, 2019, the Canadian Chamber of Commerce sat down with business, post-secondary education, community economic development and Indigenous leaders in Thunder Bay to hear what they had to say regarding reconciliation, what it means to them, their communities and their businesses…
The Canadian Chamber of Commerce will hold its 2019 Annual General Meeting in Saint John, NB. As part of the proceedings, your Chamber will be sponsoring several resolutions for approval by the CCC Membership. If approved, these resolutions will be adopted by the organization for implementation in the year to come.
The Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce welcomes this opportunity to provide our feedback on the One City, All Together 2019-2022 Strategic Plan. We commend Council on recognizing the importance of a guiding document that outlines strategic directions for this four-year term of Council.
Press Release: Thunder Bay Chamber Policies Supported, Municipal Advocacy Recognized At Ontario Chamber Of Commerce Conference
Representatives of the Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce have just returned from a successful meeting of the Ontario Chamber of Commerce (OCC) in Muskoka Lakes. The two-day conference included presentations by the Premier and the Leaders of the three Opposition Parties as well as discussion and debate on a broad range of provincial issues that are impacting businesses including infrastructure, competitiveness, and the growing skills shortage.
Employers across Ontario, but particularly in small cities of under 200,000 population and rural areas, are experiencing a shortage of qualified employees and a shrinking labour market. This challenge will continue to grow as existing workers retire. Read the resolution presented by the Thunder Bay Chamber at the 2019 AGM of the Ontario Chamber of Commerce here.
Species at risk policy continues to threaten the social, environmental, and economic sustainability of northern and rural communities. A long-term and workable solution is needed to truly open Ontario for business. Read the resolution presented by the Thunder Bay Chamber at the 2019 AGM of the Ontario Chamber of Commerce here.
Charla shares about some of the activities and conversations that took place at Queen’s Park last week as part of the Ontario Chamber Network’s Advocacy Day.
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.
Your Chamber team headed out on the highway with some local truckers to get first-hand experience with some of the safety issues concerning businesses and citizens alike…
This week, the Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce and Ontario Chamber of Commerce (OCC) released their third annual Ontario Economic Report (OER). Through the Business Confidence Survey, the Business Prosperity Index, and the Economic Outlook, this report presents a candid look at private sector sentiment and opportunities for economic growth for the year ahead.