We’re very pleased to present our 2020 Annual Report to Members in the form of this video.
As required under the provisions of the Boards of Trade Act, the Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce will hold our 56th virtual Annual General Meeting, on Wednesday, February 03, 2021.
On Thursday, January 14th Charla asked City leadership to make the tough but necessary choices that will reduce operating costs for 2021 and the years ahead, acknowledge the hard reality confronting many of our citizens, demonstrate empathy with their struggles, and leave a little more money in their pockets for daily purchases.
A plan to replace Canada’s current patchwork approach of reacting to daily numbers is overdue. It is neither socially nor economically sustainable to rely heavily on rotating lockdowns while we wait for an effective vaccine to be widely administered in the coming year.
Let the government know we need a plan to manage COVID-19.
The Thunder Bay Chamber and our Chamber colleagues in Sudbury, Timmins, North Bay and Sault Ste Marie, are raising concerns around the Provincial Government’s recent announcement of a major initiative to consolidate and centralize procurement spending within the Ontario Public Service.