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Participate in the Ontario Chamber's Spring Policy Survey

Deadline to participate is June 8, 2018

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The Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce and the Ontario Chamber Network are looking for your insight on what matters to business in an election year.

Share your views by taking a short survey here: occ.ca/surveys.

This survey is securely hosted by Navigator, an independent consulting firm. All responses will be kept strictly confidential.

Closing date: Friday, June 8, 2018 at 5:00pm

The Ontario Chamber Network is committed to ensuring government understands the issues impacting business in this province. That’s why we need your help to express the voice of business loud and clear at Queen’s Park.

Follow this link, and in five minutes let the government know what’s important to you.

This is a Provincial Issue.
Our local Members of Provincial Parliament:

Thunder Bay – Atikokan
Judith Monteith-Farrell
807.807-623-9237  
JMonteith-Farrell-CO@ndp.on.ca

Thunder Bay – Superior North
Michael Gravelle, MPP
807.345.3647
mgravelle.mpp.co@liberal.ola.org 

The Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce' advocacy work is made possible thanks to the generous support of our

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Press Release: 2019 Board of Directors

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).

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Good News December 2018

Read on for this month’s Good News including Christina’s Home and Garden, United Way of Thunder Bay, NATT Safety Services and more.

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Issues & Insights: Apprenticeship Proposal Provides More Opportunities for Skilled Trades Careers

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…

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