Next Business Awards Event:Not yet scheduled.
Our annual Business Awards of Excellence are a way of recognizing the amazing contributions of Chamber Members to our community.
Although we hold the Gala in early April every year, the event actually kicks off in the late fall of each year with the opening of Awards Nominations. After nominations close on December 31 and we’ve received confirmations from our nominees, a panel of objective judges from among our Membership spends weeks scrutinizing and weighing the information in the nomination packages. The winners are kept secret until the Gala event, when our Members get together to celebrate the excellence and success of their peers and inspire one another by example.
Join us in Congratulating our 2017 Winners!
Photos from our 2016 Event
Upcoming Chamber Events
“Surround yourself with human beings, my dear James.”
Channel your inner Man (or Woman) of Mystery at this year’s spectacular Casino Royale-themed Business Awards Gala – an evening of glamour, anticipation and celebration.read more
The Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce is part of the Alliance of First Nation and non-First Nations leaders who were pleased to see Premier Wynne and the Ontario Government have clearly listened to their concerns and are moving forward with a two-year extension to the current regulation for forest management under the provincial Endangered Species Act (ESA).read more
Are you interested in meeting people from across Canada and helping us to show them what Thunder Bay has to offer? September 20 – 24, 2018, the Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce will be hosting the 2018 Canadian Chamber of Commerce Annual General Meeting, a must-attend event for the Canadian Chamber’s entire network.read more
Couldn’t make it to this year’s Opening of Navigation Luncheon? Here’s a brief recap.read more
The Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce, the Ontario Chamber of Commerce (OCC) and the Chamber Network in 135 communities across the province are calling on the Ontario Government to remove two proposed tax reforms that will cost employers nearly half a billion dollars in new taxes from the 2018 budget.read more