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Broken Links: Driving Technology Adoption Within Ontario’s Small Businesses

While the COVID-19 pandemic accelerated technology adoption within organizations, many are being left behind. The Ontario Chamber of Commerce’s latest policy brief, Broken Links: Driving Technology Adoption within Ontario’s Small Businesses, explores solutions to address the key barriers small businesses face in adopting and implementing technology.   Ontario’s economy and communities thrive when small businesses succeed.…

Exempt international trained workers from Non-Resident Speculation Tax 

November 11, 2022 Minister Peter Bethlenfalvy Ontario Ministry of Finance 95 Grosvenor Street Toronto, Ontario M7A 1Y8 Email: peter.bethlenfalvyco@pc.ola.org Re: Non-Resident Speculation Tax Dear Minister Bethlenfalvy, On behalf of the Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce, I am writing to share the concerns of members over the expansion of the Non-Resident Speculation Tax (NRST).  As you…

Chamber marks its 127th Annual General Meeting

More than 150 people joined the Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce on Thursday, Oct. 27 for its 127th Annual General Meeting. The meeting, sponsored by Desjardins, is where chamber members meet and discuss a number of business items, but more importantly, it’s a great networking opportunity and a chance for chamber members to know what their chamber…

Policy resolutions supported at Canadian Chamber AGM

The Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce participated in the Canadian Chamber of Commerce AGM in Ottawa. Representing the Sudbury chamber were, front row, left to right, Geoff Hatton, 1st Vice Chair, and Anthony Davis, Chair. In the back row, left to right, Arron Pickard, Policy and Government Relations Manager, and Debbi Nicholson, President and CEO.…

Northern Chambers say NO to redistribution of federal electoral districts 2022

On September 21, Northern chambers, which comprises the cities of Timmins, Greater Sudbury, North Bay and District, Sault Ste. Marie, and Thunder Bay, wrote to Elections Canada calling upon them to reject the electoral boundary changes. Read the complete letter here.

2022 Municipal election candidates respond to chamber’s election platform

Please visit our 2022 Municipal Election page to find all election related information – https://sudburychamber.ca/municipal-election-2022/