Canada’s Budget 2021 Delivers Historic Support Against Uncertain Backdrop: Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce

GREATER SUDBURY, April 20, 2021 – Today, Cora DeMarco, Chair of the Board of Directors of the Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce, released the following response to the Government of Canada’s 2021 Budget: “Today, the Federal Government released a historic budget at a time when Canada needs it most. Canada’s 2021 Budget gives businesses in Greater…

Canadian Chamber Submission to Pre-Budget Consultation 2021

The Canadian Chamber of Commerce welcomes the opportunity to participate in Finance Canada’s pre-budget consultation process. The Canadian Chamber is Canada’s largest business association, representing companies of all sizes, across all sectors and regions of the country. This year’s federal budget comes at a critical juncture for the Canadian economy as the countrycontinues to grapple…

Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce to host Nickel Belt Riding Election Event Tonight

GREATER SUDBURY, October 10, 2019 – The Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce has a long history of hosting forums for candidates for political office to share their platforms and positions, specifically on issues related to the business community and how to improve the economic viability of our area. The chamber will continue the tradition this year…

Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce to host Sudbury Riding Election Event Tonight

GREATER SUDBURY, October 09, 2019 – The Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce has a long history of hosting forums for candidates for political office to share their platforms and positions, specifically on issues related to the business community and how to improve the economic viability of our area. The chamber will continue the tradition this year…

Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce to host Election Events in the Sudbury and Nickel Belt Ridings

GREATER SUDBURY, September 16, 2019 – The Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce has a long history of hosting forums for candidates for political office to share their platforms and positions, specifically on issues related to the business community and how to improve the economic viability of our area. The chamber will continue the tradition this year…

Vote Prosperity Puts Business Issues at the Forefront for 2019 Election, says Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce

GREATER SUDBURY, May 13, 2019 – Today, the Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce, in collaboration with the Canadian Chamber of Commerce and the national Chamber network, launched its platform for the 2019 federal election, Vote Prosperity, to urge federal party leaders to put the needs of Canadian business front and centre in the upcoming federal…

Budget 2019 puts businesses on the sidelines, misses chance to fix fundamental flaws in our economy: Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce

Budget 2019 puts businesses on the sidelines, misses chance to fix fundamental flaws in our economy: Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce GREATER SUDBURY, March 20, 2019 – Yesterday’s federal budget fails to address the fundamental issues undermining the ability of Canada’s business owners to create more jobs and economic prosperity for all Canadians, according to…

Media Release: Regulatory burden undermining business competitiveness, new chamber report finds

(Greater Sudbury, May 31, 2018) Canada’s regulatory system is smothering business, thanks to a growing mix of complex, costly and overlapping rules from all levels of government.  A new report by the Canadian Chamber of Commerce, and supported by the Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce, Death by 130,000 Cuts: Improving Canada’s Regulatory Competitiveness, calls on…

Citizenship and Immigration Canada Regional Settlement

Under Canada’s Constitution, responsibility for immigration is shared among the federal, provincial and territorial governments. Traditionally, provinces and territories have entered into comprehensive agreements with the federal government (Citizen and Immigration Canada or CIC) that cover a wide range of immigration issues. Yukon, British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward…