The Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce, in conjunction with the Ontario Chamber of Commerce, is expressing its support...
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April 23, 2021 Honourable Monte McNaughtonMinister of Labour, Training and Skills Development Dear Minister...
Media Release: Ontario Vaccination Support Council Portal: Seeking Volunteers from the Thunder Bay Business Community
The portal will allow for two-way communication between the private sector and public local health units so that organizations can volunteer time or resources to support the province’s vaccination efforts.
Media Release: Chamber Calls For Revised Protocols That Ensure Safe Business Operations and Reduced Community Contacts
New approach refines the current colour-code system, calls for better definitions of safe operating protocols by sector, and recommends adding a community contact reduction framework to address pandemic spread.
Dear Premier Ford, Re: Reform of COVID-19 Operating Restrictions Framework: A Responsible Business Protocol We...
The Chamber has sent a letter to Thunder Bay City Council and Administration detailing significant concerns with the City’s engagement platform for the proposed Chapples multi-use indoor turf facility. We have many questions about the fiscal side of the proposal which remain unanswered after the City’s presentation.
Today, Charla Robinson, President of the Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce released the following statement in response...
The Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce and the Ontario Chamber of Commerce have written to Ontario Premier Doug Ford so...
Ontario Economic Report outlines latest sector-specific data on economy, business confidence, employment, and government supports
Ontario Economic Report outlines latest sector-specific data on economy, business confidence, employment, and government supports.
Nuclear Waste Management Organization Partners with Chamber to Provide Masks and Sanitizer for Local Businesses
The Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce is supporting local small businesses by providing facemasks and hand sanitizer thanks to a $15,000 donation from the Nuclear Waste Management Organization (NWMO).
The Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce welcomes the approval by City Council of a holistic Program and Service Review.
In accordance with Section 4:17 of the By-Laws of the Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce, the Board of Directors has approved a slate of nominees to fill (4) four positions open for the 2020-2023 term.