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Our Chamber is a voluntary, Member-driven organization of individuals and businesses working together to advance the commercial, financial, and civic interests of our community.

Meet Your 2022 Chamber Board Candidates

Between September 14 and 30, our Membership will vote to elect four Members to fill seats on our Board of Directors for the 2022 – 2025 term.

Chamber’s 2022 City of Opportunity Platform Calls for Visionary Leadership, Economic Opportunity and Quality of Life for All 

Based on three pillars of a strong, resilient community, the platform includes ten actions recommended by Chamber Members in support of the development of opportunities for everyone in the community of Thunder Bay.

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🥳 Happy 15 + year milestone to some of our @tbchamber membership :
✨ @bmctbay
✨BRAIN INJURY SERVICES OF NORTHERN ONTARIO
✨CURANS... HEART CENTRE
✨@digitalengineeringinc
✨ECONOLODGE THUNDER BAY
Visit: tbchamber.ca/membership #strongerbusinesstogether

As a board member of the @tbchamber, Jason Thompson has made a commitment to an inclusive setting for all. To sign up for the 4 Seasons of ...Reconciliation training visit our website at : http://ow.ly/ntCZ50Jn63X #strongerbusinesstogether

The Ontario Chamber of Commerce's Economic Reconciliation Initiative aims to assemble an Indigenous Advisory Committee to provide strategic ...guidance and direction on opportunities for Ontario’s business community to build capacity around economic reconciliation and support Indigenous economic outcomes, reflective of Call to Action #92 of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada. @tbchamber recently hosted the OCC's project lead, Sara Fegelman, for a roundtable dialogue and tour of local Indigenous-led Member businesses. We look forward to more opportunities to contribute to this important work. #StrongerBusinessTogether

As part of the Canada Digital Adoption Program, the Government of Canada has partnered with the Ontario Chamber of Commerce to deliver the Grow Your ...Business Online grant. Small business owners can receive a micro-grant worth up to $2,400. For more info, visit: https://www.tbchamber.ca/cdap-2022/

Ahead of the National Day for Truth & Reconciliation, join Reconciliation Education in an important conversation : Honouring our Learning Path ...towards Truth & Reconciliation #tbay
Date: September 26th, 2022
Time: Noon - 1h00 PM Eastern Time Zone [60 minutes]
Webinar Registration : https://www.reconciliationeducation.ca/bell-event
Bell Canada First Nations University of Canada Reconciliation Education

Hydro One announces industry-leading 50-50 equity model with First Nation leaders from across Ontario #tbay
Learn more about the new ...large-scale transmission line projects: http://hydroone.mediaroom.com/2022-09-22-Hydro-One-launches-industry-leading-50-50-equity-model-with-First-Nations-on-new-large-scale-transmission-line-projects

🍂#ChooseTBayFirst for #fall2022 #tbay ☕️ #sweaterweather #comfortfood #pumpkineverything #allthefallthings #harvestseason #falldecor ...#fallfamilyphotos #fallfashion #shoplocal #smallbusiness 🕯️ 🥧 Choose Thunder Bay First is a civic pride project of @tbchamber🧦

🌱 @rfdathunderbay receive a $1,900 donation from 100 People Who Care 2022 for their upcoming Seniors, Singles and Couples Christmas Hampers to ...assist those struggling with food insecurity #tbay Our community needs us more than ever. Register as a donor: www.tbchamber.ca/community/100-people-who-care/ #strongerbusinesstogether

The Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce' advocacy work is made possible thanks to the generous support of our Cornerstone Members:

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