The Thunder Bay Chamber’s Nominating Committee is seeking nominations from Members to serve on the Chamber Board of Directors for a three year term, commencing November 1, 2019.read more
TBay 100 People Who Care - June (2nd Quarter) EventWednesday, June 20 | 5:30 - 6:30pm
held in conjunction with the Chamber’s Member Social.
Wednesday, June 20, 2019
5:30 – 6:30pm
Meet Our Past Recipients
Our second-quarter TBay 100 People Who Care event will be held on Wednesday June 19. Everyone is invited to participate whether you’ve donated before or not. If you haven’t yet registered, please visit the form on the program page here to submit your contact information.
Once you’ve registered, you’ll receive an email a week ahead of the event to let you know it’s time for participants to send in donations and nominate for the recipient charity.
TBay 100 People Who Care is part of the Chamber’s Charity Connect program. Learn more.
Upcoming Chamber Events
Latest News at the Chamber
Your Chamber team will be moving from our current location at 200 Syndicate Avenue S. on May 27. Starting in June, look for us in our temporary location on the third floor of the Whalen Building while renovations to our new space are completed, or direct your post mail to our final destination on the 7th floor…read more
For the past 97 years, Easter Seals Ontario has been providing programs and services for children and youth with physical disabilities. Easter Seals is a non-denominational registered charitable organization that helps kids with physical disabilities from all ethnic and religious backgrounds.read more
Accessibility in Canada is inadequately addressing the barriers nearly four million Canadians face. Within the next 20 years, that number is expected to soar to over nine million, but by creating a more accessible Canada, there is a potential to unlock $16.8 billion in GDP by increasing our economy’s productive capacity by 2030, according to the Conference Board of Canada. Find out more in this month’s 5 Minutes for Business.read more
Press Release: Thunder Bay Chamber Policies Supported, Municipal Advocacy Recognized At Ontario Chamber Of Commerce Conference
Representatives of the Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce have just returned from a successful meeting of the Ontario Chamber of Commerce (OCC) in Muskoka Lakes. The two-day conference included presentations by the Premier and the Leaders of the three Opposition Parties as well as discussion and debate on a broad range of provincial issues that are impacting businesses including infrastructure, competitiveness, and the growing skills shortage.read more
Employers across Ontario, but particularly in small cities of under 200,000 population and rural areas, are experiencing a shortage of qualified employees and a shrinking labour market. This challenge will continue to grow as existing workers retire. Read the resolution presented by the Thunder Bay Chamber at the 2019 AGM of the Ontario Chamber of Commerce here.read more