The chamber represents 800+ members and works as the voice of business to influence federal, provincial and municipal legislation. These are issues that affect how our members operate their businesses.

PRINCIPLES

Outcome Based

Our work fosters a better business climate and spurs economic growth in Greater Sudbury.

Collaborative

The success of our work is reliant on partnerships and collaboration.

Grassroots

Our work is informed by our membership and other stakeholders.

Consistent

Our messaging is consistent and our work reflects our mission.

Focused

Our work is well-researched, targeting specific issues.

Non-Partisan

We are an independent, non-partisan business network.

PROCESS

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  • Issue is identified

  • Background information is collected
  • Potential business and community impacts are assessed

  • The issue is reviewed by the Municipal or Provincial Advocacy Committee

  • If necessary, a task force (or ad hoc committee) is struck to review the issue in more detail

  • The committee or task force makes a recommendation to the Board of Directors
  • The Board reviews the position and either approves the policy position, or rejects it

  • If approved, the policy position becomes the official position of the chamber

Who is on the Board of Directors?

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