Letter to Mayor and City Council RE: Municipal Budget 2021

February 10, 2021 Mayor Brian Bigger and City CouncilCity of Greater SudburyTom Davies SquareP O Box 5000, Station ASudbury, ON P3A 5P3 RE: Greater Sudbury Municipal Budget 2021 Dear Mayor Bigger and City Council, On behalf of the Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce I appreciate the opportunity to shareour comments regarding the City of Greater…

CHALLENGES FACING THE FOOD SERVICE INDUSTRY

Following the news release and joint letter published by the Canadian Chamber of Commerce and 20 other business groups (including Restaurants Canada, Molson Coors, and numerous provincial/territorial chambers and boards of trade) on July 20, there has been significant media coverage of the dire situation the food services industry finds itself in. Pre-COVID, the positive impact of our restaurants…

Recovery Activation Program

The Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce has partnered with the Toronto Region Board of Trade to launch the Recovery Activation Program in Greater Sudbury. The program is offered FREE to chamber members and is designed to help businesses improve their digital processes. Read the flyer below for more information. To apply for RAP, click here.

COVID-19

Last week, top officials at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warned that they may not be able to control the spread of  COVID-19. The CDC released several resources to help prepare businesses and communities for the potential spread of COVID-19. We have also prepared resources, including a Crisis Communications Plan and a Business…

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: Long-Term Transportation Plan Needed to Address Northern Ontario’s Transportation Needs: Greater Sudbury Chamber and Ontario Chamber of Commerce

Long-Term Transportation Plan Needed to Address Northern Ontario’s Transportation Needs: Greater Sudbury Chamber and Ontario Chamber of Commerce The Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce and the Ontario Chamber of Commerce release key transportation recommendations to better serve needs of businesses and residents    GREATER SUDBURY, December 03, 2018 – Today, the Greater Sudbury Chamber of…

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 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…