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May 10, 2019

Join us right here in Thunder Bay for the world’s largest one-day leadership event!


Friday, May 10, 2019
8am – 4pm


Victoria Inn Hotel & Convention Centre

Tickets:

Members of Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce and Leadership Thunder Bay:  $145
Non-Members:  $160

What Is Leadercast?

Leadercast Live is the largest one-day leadership event in the world. Broadcast live each year from Atlanta to hundreds of host sites like ours all around the world, Leadercast Live assembles globally respected leadership experts on one stage to share knowledge and insights from their leadership journeys.

Leadercast Live dives into leadership issues relevant to today’s leaders to provide solutions and inspiration to help attendees around the globe be better leaders. By bringing together top leadership experts with worldly perspectives, Leadercast provides leaders everywhere with the knowledge and tools to be leaders worth following.

Now in its third year in Thunder Bay, Leadercast has proven to be a great way to connect with other like-minded people seeking inspiration and improvement in leadership.  Last year’s sold-out event attracted a mix of individuals and groups attending from businesses, charities and not-for-profit organizations.  Looking for a great way to build up your team?  Looking to re-connect with your optimistic self? This event is for you.

Leadercast 2019 Speaker Andy Stanley

Leadercast 2019 Speaker Ginger Hardage

2019 Theme:  Leading Healthy Teams

What defines a team’s success? Is it based solely on achievement, or is there more to the story? The best leaders know a successful team is made when focus, care, attention and development is directed to its members. Healthy teams yield fulfilled employees, effective collaboration, high organizational engagement and greater long-term success. In 2019, Leadercast Live will bring experts in organizational health to help attendees master the art and science of developing and leading healthy teams.

Learn more about this year’s speakers.

Meet the Speakers

Annual Report Video Highlights a Fruitful 2019

Annual Report Video Highlights a Fruitful 2019

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We had a busy year in 2019 and we’re so excited to tell you about it. In our Annual Report video, you’ll learn about the Chamber’s activities, including:
– Advocacy at the local, Provincial and Federal levels
– Engagement activities designed to connect our Members with each other and with the community
– Empowerment activities which help educate, strengthen and promote our Members

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Submission to the Standing Committee on Finance & Economic Affairs

Submission to the Standing Committee on Finance & Economic Affairs

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On Tuesday January 21, Charla made a deputation to the Standing Committee on Finance & Economic Affairs. Her presentation covered the issues most relevant to our regional economy, including mining, forestry, transportation, procurement, Bombardier, skilled trades and immigration.

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December 2019 Recipient:  Precious Bundles Children’s Clothing Assistance Program

December 2019 Recipient: Precious Bundles Children’s Clothing Assistance Program

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At our final quarterly funding round-up of 2019, held during the Chamber’s Open House at our new office, we tallied the votes and awarded this quarter’s funds to the Precious Bundles Clothing Assistance program, nominated by Emily Shandruk. We recently had a chance to present them with the Big Cheque for $2,600 and hear how they’ll use the money!

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100 People Who Care Nominations Open March 11

100 People Who Care Nominations Open March 11

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Nominations for the first funding round of 2020 will open on Wednesday March 11! You must have submitted your quarterly donation to be eligible to nominate and vote for your favourite charity to win the funding pot.

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Support for Ontario’s Forest Sector Strategy, ERO# 019-0880

Support for Ontario’s Forest Sector Strategy, ERO# 019-0880

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The goal of Ontario’s proposed Ontario Forest Sector Strategy is to sustainably grow the forest sector, create opportunity for Ontario families, support industry and encourage innovation and new investment, while ensuring the sustainability of forests. In this letter to the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry, the Thunder Bay Chamber outlines its support for the Strategy.

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Support for ERO# 019-1020, Proposed Changes to the Crown Forest Sustainability Act, 1994

Support for ERO# 019-1020, Proposed Changes to the Crown Forest Sustainability Act, 1994

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Under ERO#019-1020, the MNRF is proposing a long-term approach that would no longer require duplicative authorizations or a regulatory exemption under the ESA for forest operations conducted in Crown forests in accordance with an approved forest management plan under the CFSA. In this letter to Troy Anthony, Crown Forests and Lands Policy Branch of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry, the Thunder Bay Chamber outlines its support for the changes proposed in ERO#019-1020 and asks that it be approved and finalized as soon as possible.

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Leadercast Thunder Bay 2018 is a joint venture of the Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce and Leadership Thunder Bay.  Please join us in thanking our sponsors for helping to make this event possible.

Wanlin & Co.

Rebecca Johnson


Friday, May 10, 2019
8am – 4pm


Victoria Inn Hotel & Convention Centre

Tickets:

Members of Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce and Leadership Thunder Bay:  $145
Non-Members:  $160

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