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).read more
LowerysWednesday, October 17 | 5 - 7pm
Wednesday, October 17, 2018
5 – 7pm
Exhibitor Setup begins 3pm
540 Central Ave
Cash at the Door
Exhibitor Spaces (Members Only, Book In Advance): $100
Celebrate Small Business Week
Join us at Lowerys for a special Small Business Week After Business event and get an inside look at the amazing expansions this locally-owned business has made over the past few years. Limited exhibitor space is available for this event; please email email@example.com for more information or register for a space via the button below.
Our BDC After Business events attract more than 100 business professionals looking to make new connections and grow existing relationships. Our Members gather at a different venue each time to enjoy informal conversation, delicious appetizers and a cash bar.
Additionally, After Business events are a great venue to promote your products or services by exhibiting to your fellow Members. Exhibitor registration includes a draped table, (size dependent on venue) electrical service when available and two attendee registrations for the event.
Attendees’ registration for this event takes place at the door, cash only please.
To discuss special exhibitor space requirements, live demonstrations or multiple After Business bookings, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 624-2626.
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Every week, nearly 500,000 Canadians miss work due to mental health problems or illnesses, costing the economy in excess of $51-billion annually. In order to remain competitive, businesses need to focus inwards and begin investing in and improving how they navigate mental health in their workplace.read more
Read on for this month’s Good News including Christina’s Home and Garden, United Way of Thunder Bay, NATT Safety Services and more.read more
Ontario’s current journeyperson-to-apprenticeship ratios make it difficult for employers to fulfill high levels of demand for skilled tradespeople as they struggle to recruit enough journeypersons to hire additional apprentices. These rules have resulted in young tradespeople struggling to work the hours necessary to complete their training which results in a limited number of certified tradespeople produced each year…read more
Tourism Thunder Bay and Thunder Bay CEDC are currently accepting applications for consideration for positions on the Tourism Investment Committee (TIC).read more
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 148read more