Advocacy Posts

2021 CCC Resolution: Improper Collection of Duties Negatively Impacts Canadian Retailers and Federal Tax Revenues

Canadian importers/exporters are often required to pay tariffs to gain access to International markets. In some situations, importers/exporters are able to seek relief from paid tariffs through the submission of a drawback claim to the Canada Border Services Agency or a remission approval from the Ministry of Finance. Unfortunately, the claims process is a time and resource drain to companies without the necessary expertise and/or administrative staff to manage the requirements…

TBDHU: Wellness at Work June 16 Edition

The Thunder Bay District Health Unit's Wellness at Work newsletter was released on June 16, 2021 This edition...

Four things we need to get right for the reopening of offices: Canadian Chamber of Commerce

Canadians all want to return to a semblance of normal as quickly as possible, and for many, that includes going back...

Media Release: Thunder Bay Chamber Ramps Up Delivery of Rapid Test Kits to Small Businesses

2.4 Million free rapid tests kits helping small business stay open and keep employees and their families safe through the help of local chambers of commerce and boards of trade

Indigenous Awareness Training Now Available

Indigenous Awareness Training Now Available

The Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce is a signatory of the Thunder Bay Anti-Racism and Inclusion Accord and is committed to helping businesses respond to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada’s Call to Action #92.

We are proud to partner with First Nations University of Canada to provide you with access to 4 Seasons of Reconciliation Indigenous Awareness Training, a unique 3-hour online course which promotes a renewed relationship between Indigenous Peoples and Canadians through transformative learning about truth and reconciliation.

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