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Media Release: Chamber Announces Winners For 27th Annual Business Excellence Awards

WINNER ANNOUNCEMENT The Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce the winners for our 27th Annual...

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

Media Release: Local Chamber of Commerce Rolling Out Free Rapid Tests to SMEs

Ontario Chamber Network is distributing rapid tests to help keep businesses and communities safe through COVID-19 Rapid Screening Initiative

Media Release: Chamber Calls for Temporary, Government-Paid Pandemic Sick Leave

The Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce, in conjunction with the Ontario Chamber of Commerce, is expressing its support...
Business Survey Opens for August Intake

Business Survey Opens for August Intake

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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Canada United to Support Local Businesses and Accelerate Small Business Recovery

Canada United to Support Local Businesses and Accelerate Small Business Recovery

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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Letter to Council: Indoor Sports Facility Community Engagement Feedback

Letter to Council: Indoor Sports Facility Community Engagement Feedback

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.

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