Next Member Social:None yet scheduled.
Member Socials are graciously sponsored by Chamber Member Business Development Bank of Canada.
About our Member Socials
Member Socials are held from 5pm – 7pm from time to time throughout the year. They present an opportunity for Chamber Members to get together on a casual basis, typically in smaller Member venues which don’t lend themselves to larger After Business events. Snacks and appetizers may be offered at the discretion of the hosts, and will be promoted on an event-by-event basis. There is no registration fee for Member Socials and no exhibitor roster. Come as you are!
Host a Member Social
Hosting a Member Social is a great way to introduce – or RE-introduce – your hospitality business to the business community. Contact us for more information.
Ontario Implementing Additional Measures at Bars and Restaurants to Help Limit the Spread of COVID-19
The Ontario government, in consultation with the Associate Chief Medical Officer of Health, has amended orders O. Reg 364/20: Rules for Areas in Stage 3 and O. Reg. 263/20: Rules for Areas in Stage 2, under the Reopening Ontario (A Flexible Response to COVID-19) Act,...
The Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce is proud to be part of Canada United, a national movement to support local businesses in communities across the country. As part of the movement, RBC has brought together more than 50 of Canada’s leading brands, Business Associations, and the national Chamber network to rally Canadians to “show local some love” by buying, dining and shopping local.
Finance Minister Bill Morneau has announced proposed changes to the Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy (CEWS) that, if approved, will take place effective July 5th. The proposal would: Extend the CEWS until December 19, 2020, including redesigned program details until...
The Chamber has sent a letter to Thunder Bay City Council and Administration detailing significant concerns with the City’s engagement platform for the proposed Chapples multi-use indoor turf facility. We have many questions about the fiscal side of the proposal which remain unanswered after the City’s presentation.
Nishnawbe-Aski Development Fund (NADF) is currently administering three (3) COVID-19 emergency loan funds to support Aboriginal businesses in Northern Ontario who have been impacted by COVID-19. These funds are not intended to replace or duplicate government or other...