In April the Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce, the Thunder Bay CEDC, North Superior Workforce Planning Board and Northern Policy Institute (NPI) launched a series of surveys to assess the effects of COVID-19 on businesses in the Thunder Bay District. The survey is open for the August intake until August 14.
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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.
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meet our members
We caught up with Jelena from Rebel Salad last week. Rebel joined the Chamber earlier this year and we’ve been looking forward to the chance to talk with them about their build-your-own salad operation on the corner of Bay and Secord. Please join us in welcoming Rebel Salad to the Chamber!
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.
With Bell Let’s Talk Day approaching, we thought it was a great opportunity to call on Dr. Jennifer Sullivan to learn about the social stigma that may prevent people from reaching for help when struggling with their mental health.