Media Release: Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce Calls on Provincial Government to Immediately Repeal Bill 148

Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce Calls on Provincial Government to Immediately Repeal Bill 148 Greater Sudbury’s business community urges immediate action to strengthen business competitiveness GREATER SUDBURY, September 7, 2018 – Today, the Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce is calling on the Government of Ontario to immediately repeal the drastic labour reforms introduced by Bill…

Media Release: Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce launches platform for 2018 municipal election

Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce launches platform for 2018 municipal election Platform aims to set agenda for candidates in upcoming election GREATER SUDBURY, August 17, 2018 – The Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce is calling on candidates for Mayor and Council to adopt its 2018 municipal election platform, Supporting Growth Through Economic Development. The platform…

Media Advisory: Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce to host all candidates’ event for Mayoral candidates in upcoming municipal election

Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce to host all candidates’ event for Mayoral candidates in upcoming municipal election GREATER SUDBURY, August 8, 2018– In advance of the 2018 municipal election, the Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce invites you to join them for their mayoral all candidates’ event. The all candidates’ event will take place on Wednesday,…

How has Bill 148 impacted your business?

The Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce and the Ontario Chamber Network are seeking grassroots data on the impact of Bill 148, the Fair Workplaces, Better Jobs Act, which amended the Employment Standards Act and the Labour Relations Act.  We want to know how your business has been impacted by: the increase to the minimum wage; expanded leave entitlements; equal pay for equal…

Media Release: Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce Welcomes 2018-2019 Board of Directors

Chamber’s new Board officially sworn-in (Greater Sudbury, July 5, 2018) The Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce is pleased to report the results of its elections to its Board of Directors.  This year’s ballot contained the names of fourteen candidates vying for seven vacancies on the Board.  The successful candidates include: Cora DeMarco (Technica Mining); Karen…

Media Release: Entire Cabinet Has a Role in Making Ontario Open For Business: Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce

Ontario’s business advocate outlines key priorities for shared economic prosperity across Ontario Greater Sudbury, July 20, 2018 – With the resumption of the legislative session, the Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce, in collaboration with the Ontario Chamber of Commerce, wrote to each provincial Cabinet minister, outlining a blueprint to execute over the next four years…

Statutory Holiday Information

Statutory Holiday Information Holidays for businesses and their employees are not always the same, and that always brings questions from employers, business operators, and consumers on what can be open, what cannot be open, and what legal obligations exist between management and staff. We are happy to share the following information as a reference guide…

Death By 130,000 Cuts: Improving Canada’s Regulatory Competitiveness

Death by 130,000 Cuts: Improving Canada’s Regulatory Competitiveness On May 31, 2018 the Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with the Canadian Chamber of Commerce and the wider Chamber Network, released a report on Canada’s regulatory framework entitled Death by 130,000 Cuts: Improving Canada’s Regulatory Competitiveness. The report calls on Canada’s federal and provincial governments…

Spring Policy Survey: Deadline Extended

Deadline Extended: Send a message to Queen’s Park! This is your final chance to give voice to the North and help shape the Ontario Chamber Network’s policy! The Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with the Ontario Chamber Network, is looking for your insight on what matters to business in an election year. The…