from the desk of Chamber President Charla Robinson
Issues & Insights: December 2019

Issues & Insights: December 2019

In her latest Issues & Insights blog post, Charla discusses the Phase 1 report of the City’s Program & Service Review and how it aligns with key recommendations in the Chamber’s City of Opportunity platform.

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Issues & Insights: November 2019

Issues & Insights: November 2019

On November 6, the Government of Ontario released its 2019 Fall Economic Statement entitled, “2019 Ontario Economic Outlook and Fiscal Review: A Plan to Build Ontario Together,” which provides an update on the government’s finances and announces commitments for the upcoming 2020 Budget…

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Upcoming Chamber Events

Feb
12
Mar
5
Leaders Luncheon: City Hall Edition
Airlane Hotel & Conference Centre
Mar
18
100 People Who Care – 2020 First Quarter Meeting
during our March After Business at CIBC
Mar
18
After Business @ CIBC
CIBC – 2 Cumberland St. South

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

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

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

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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