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May 2013 - The Thunder Bay Chamber submitted two resolutions for consideration at the conference and was successful in having both resolutions adopted as OCC policy. Click here to read the media release.
The two resolutions brought forward can be viewed on our advocacy page.
The Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce responds to the Provincial Budget released on May 2, 2013 -
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The Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce made a presentation to the Provincial Standing Committee on Finance and Economic Affairs at the Pre-Budget Consultations held in Thunder Bay today at the Airlane Hotel & Conference Centre.
The THUNDER BAY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE CALLS ON GOVERNMENT TACKLE SKILLS GAP, TRANSFORM SERVICE DELIVERY.
The Ontario Government needs to focus more on creating winning conditions for businesses, according to the Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce and the Ontario Chamber of Commerce (OCC), who recently presented a pre-budget submission to the Province.
The 2013 submission advises government to take seven practical steps to help grow the provincial economy, including tackling the provincial deficit, exploring new ways of delivering public services, and investing in ways to export Ontario to the world.
The Chamber of Commerce names a new President
March 19th, 2013
- The Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce has selected Charla Robinson to serve as President for the business advocacy organization, effective Monday, April 29th - read the media release
Dec 19, 2012
- This morning, the Jobs and Prosperity Council, appointed by the Premier after the Council was announced in the March 2012 Provincial Budget, released its much anticipated Report
We were also very pleased that Genevieve Knauff of gck Consulting and Home Enterprises was appointed to this role in May. Her expertise and energy ensured that issues, challenges and opportunities relevant to the economy in the Northwest would be brought forward to the Council effectively. The Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce looks forward to reviewing the Report and assessing the advice. We urge our members to do the same, and look forward to reporting on its contents early in the new year.
Nov 26 2012 - The Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce delivered a deputation last night at Thunder Bay City Council requesting the accept Phase 2 of the Multipurpose Event Centre Study, and move on to Phase 3. We were pleased Council approved the report last night, and your Chamber looks forward to being fully engaged as Phase 3, with its focus on affordability and more details, moves forward.