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IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING CORONAVIRUS DISRUPTIONS
- March After Business (March 18)
- Leaders Luncheon: City Edition (March 26)
- Lunch & Learn – Combating Cyber Crime (March 31)
- Business Awards Gala (April 18) Rescheduled to October 16, 2020
Visit our COVID-19 Guidance and Resources page for more information and updates.
Latest Advocacy News
To support you through the uncertainty of Coronavirus, the Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce has gathered and prepared several resources.
In keeping with the recommendations of the Thunder Bay District Health Unit to reduce social gatherings in order to help slow the spread of COVID-19 and in consultation with our hosts at CIBC, the March 18th After Business has been postponed until further notice. We look forward to rescheduling at the earliest opportunity. Learn more about the Health Unit’s recommendations: https://www.tbdhu.com/coronavirus
To help businesses prepare for and manage through a potential COVID-19 escalation in Canada, the Canadian Chamber has developed a brief guide source from a number of best practice documents and designed to assist business planning and continuity efforts. This tool includes links to the some of the most relevant and credible information, best practice tools and resources and can be found here.
The fourth annual Ontario Economic Report (OER), released today by the Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce and the Ontario Chamber of Commerce, reveals areas of opportunity where both business and government can focus to create an environment more conducive to small business success.
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Chamber Member businesses receive exclusive rates from our Affinity Program partners on group insurance, merchant services, telecommunications, shipping and fuel. Whether you’re self-employed or a large employer, these can add up to significant savings on your bottom line. See how you can save.
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Giant steps for our community can start with small ones, and we often don‘t see until we look backwards just how far we’ve come. That’s the lesson we took from our meeting with Sue Hamel, owner of Seek Adventure and Tours. Her first small steps with local film-maker Michelle Derosier over a year ago eventually led to the creation of the Wake the Giant safe-spaces initiative…
Olives and Bananas joined the Chamber in January 2020. They’re more than a yarn shop, aiming to supply a wider range of fibre arts supplies from wool yarn to wool roving, felting tools, knitting, crochet, spinning, weaving, macrame, cross stitch and embroidery. Natural fibres are at the heart of the shop, for both ethical and environmental reasons; slow fashion is an important key to a sustainable future.