Chamber supports moratorium on multi-dwelling development charges

The Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce wrote a letter advocating in support of Councilor Pauline Fortin’s motion on development charge fees. The motion was carried last night, which is great news for our city’s housing supply crisis. The motion is as follows: “Request for Development Charge Fee Moratorium for Multi-Unit Dwellings As presented by Councillor…

Important Announcement to our Membership

ANNOUNCEMENT DATE: 2024-01-18 TO: The Membership of the Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce FROM: Geoff Hatton, Chair of the Board, Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce _______________________________________________________________ As the Chair of the Board of the Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce, I wish to advise you that after a remarkable and impactful tenure, our President & CEO,…

Sudbury Chamber Honours Ten Local Businesses and Entrepreneurs at the 25th Bell Business Excellence Awards

GREATER SUDBURY, May 26, 2022 – The Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce honoured ten of Greater Sudbury’s outstanding entrepreneurs and businesses on Thursday, May 26, 2022, at its 25th annual Bell Business Excellence Awards gala. The business community came together in a sold-out crowd of about 400 to celebrate the award finalists and recipients.  For…

Ontario Chamber: Federal budget must address Canada’s competitiveness problem

MEDIA RELEASE  For immediate release  Ontario Chamber: Federal budget must address Canada’s competitiveness problem GREATER SUDBURY, April 4, 2022 – Canada is facing a competitiveness problem. Inflation, supply chain constraints, and labour shortages risk undermining a swift and robust economic recovery. Meanwhile, recent domestic and international events have renewed the spotlight on energy security and affordability. …