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Chamber launches its 2022 Municipal Election Platform

Debbi Nicholson, president and CEO of the Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce, and Anthony Davis, chair of the board, show off the chamber’s 2022 Municipal Election Platform, a document containing eight issues on which the business community in Greater Sudbury believe candidates in the Oct. 24 municipal election should focus. The platform was launched on…

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Downtown Business Incubator Now Open

Innovations Quarters is a specialized incubator program designed as a space to accelerate the growth and success of new tech-enabled companies through an array of business support resources and services such as physical space, coaching, mentorship, training, shared business services and professional network connections. As your local business champion, the chamber is providing free membership…

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Extend the Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot Program

June 3, 2022 The Honourable Sean FraserMinister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship CanadaHouse of CommonsOttawa, ON K1A 0A6 Dear Minister Fraser: RE: Rural & Northern Immigration Pilot The Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot, launched by your Government in 2019, has provided a much-needed path to permanent residence for skilled foreign workers who want to live…

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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…

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UPDATE: Health Unit Issues Strong Recommendations for Additional COVID-19 Protective Measures

Today, the Medical Officer of Health issued legally enforceable instructions to businesses and organizations, further rolling back the clock to reinstate work-from-home requirements.  In ADDITION to those measures announced earlier today, the Medical Officer of Health has issued strong recommendations for all workplaces. It is strongly recommended that all workplaces within the Public Health Sudbury & Districts service area…

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Sudbury Health Unit Issues Work-From-Home Instructions

Today, the Medical Officer of Health is reinstating work-from-home requirements, revoked by the province on July 15, 2021, issuing strong recommendations for COVID-19 protections to area schools, businesses, and organizations, and enacting stricter measures for the follow up of contacts of cases of COVID-19. Effective 12:01 a.m. Monday, November 29, 2021, the updated Letter of Instructions will…

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