The Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce the winners of the 2019 Chamber of Commerce scholarships: Michelle Pocion and Kaitlyn Barr of St. Ignatius High School.
Our airport is more than just a well-oiled machine moving people between the ground and the air; it’s also an ambassador offering our visitors gracious first impressions and pleasant last experiences of Thunder Bay. Our airport is a rain-maker, cultivating partnerships that bring more business to the city.
Our airport is also a customer that, with an international delivery system literally stopping outside its doors, chooses over and over again to shop local. Read about our amazing airport at choosetbayfirst.com.
Press Release: Success Certified Program Provides Valuable Job Skills; Increases Employability for High School Students
On May 1st & 2nd, students from Thunder Bay high schools, including Matawa Learning Centre, will have the opportunity to gain valuable certifications that will assist them in their career and educational pursuits.
Canada’s weather patterns are evolving, and severe weather is occurring more frequently. The Insurance Bureau of Canada has released a free diagnostic tool to help Canadian businesses be prepared for the worst.
For the past 6 weeks, we have worked closely with the Thunder Bay Community Economic Development Commission as part of an RNIPP application development team to help to put Thunder Bay’s best foot forward in the hopes of being awarded one of the pilot opportunities…
New resources from the Canadian Chamber of Commerce have been added to our resource archive for Workplace Mental Health.