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Ontario Chamber: Federal budget must address Canada’s competitiveness problem

MEDIA RELEASE  For immediate release  Ontario Chamber: Federal budget must address Canada’s competitiveness problem GREATER SUDBURY, April 4, 2022 – Canada is facing a competitiveness problem. Inflation, supply chain constraints, and labour shortages risk undermining a swift and robust economic recovery. Meanwhile, recent domestic and international events have renewed the spotlight on energy security and affordability. …

Statement on Possible CP Work Stoppage

March 16, 2022 – Canadian businesses are calling on the federal government to do what is best for Canada’seconomy. The federal government must act to prevent a Canadian Pacific (CP) work stoppagenow. Supply chains are under serious strain both here and around the world. Many of the issuesCanada can’t fix by itself, but some we…

Letter to the Premier re: Lack of Health Care Services in Sudbury

March 8, 2022 The Honourable Doug Ford Premier of Ontario Legislative Building, Queen’s Park Toronto, Ontario M7A 1A1 [email protected] RE: Sudbury business concerns regarding local health care services   Dear Premier Ford, We are writing to you on behalf of the membership of the Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce to share our concerns and priorities…

Letter to Dr. Penny Sutcliffe, Medical Officer of Health and CEO, PHSD

February 24, 2022 Dr. Penny Sutcliffe Medical Officer of Health & CEO Public Health Sudbury and Districts Sudbury, Ontario P3E 3A3 [email protected] RE: Business Concerns Regarding COVID-19 Communication   Dear Dr. Sutcliffe,   We are writing to you on behalf of the membership of the Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce to share our concerns and…

Open letter from Canadian businesses to our elected representatives

February 11, 2022 – Canadian businesses have suffered under the strain of constant disruptions over the last two years. The challenges they have had to overcome have included COVID-19, extreme weather events, increasing inflationary pressures, labour shortages and supply chain disruptions. Now achieving a successful recovery is threatened by the ongoing blockades of the critical infrastructure…

Ontario’s outlook dampened by labour shortages, supply chain issues

MEDIA RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Ontario’s outlook dampened by labour shortages, supply chain issues (GREATER SUDBURY – February 3, 2022) – Pain points throughout Ontario’s economy are impairing business operations, and now consumers are feeling the pinch too. The frustration is palpable. From the grocery store and trucking industry to their pocketbooks, Ontarians are experiencing…