The Chamber has supported a deregulated environment that allows all businesses to set their own hours of operation to meet their market demand. Store Hours was identified as a priority by the board at its annual retreat in September 2010 and the Store Hours Task Force was struck in December 2010. Store Hours Task Force…
Communications to and from the chamber on this issue.
Following the devastating effects of the Great Depression, the Canadian government unveiled Unemployment Insurance in 1940 to assist Canadians through difficult times. In the recession of 1982, the program helped 76 percent of the unemployed and during the 1990 recession, fully 83 percent of the unemployed received benefits. However, current coverage is only about half…
Outlines the chamber’s position on the issue.
Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce support and endorse the concept of the Northern Ontario Grow Bonds.
“Bring Your Own Wine” legislation: September 2004 A letter outlining the chamber’s concerns with the proposed legislation permitting patrons to bring (and remove) their own wine to restaurants/bars was sent to the Minister of Consumer and Business Services with copies to local MPPs, the OCC and NOCC.
Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce support the Ontario Chamber of Commerce’s “Act Now For Ontario” campaign.
Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce support the Export Development Initiative.
Position and communications relating to this issue.
Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce believes government should not play a role in business operational decision making.