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Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce Gives Failing Grade on Development of Ontario’s Ring of Fire

[Greater Sudbury], March 10, 2015: A new report from the Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce and the Ontario Chamber of Commerce finds that permit delays, an absence of infrastructure, and intergovernmental quarrelling have stalled development in Ontario’s Ring of Fire, the mineral resource-rich region in the province’s Far North. The report, Where are we Now?…

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Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce Honours Ten Local Businesses

 (Greater Sudbury, May 14, 2015) Ten of Sudbury’s outstanding entrepreneurs and businesses were recognized yesterday evening at the Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce Bell Business Excellence Awards gala held at the Caruso Club. A crowd of 300 colleagues and friends attended the ceremony to recognize and celebrate these award recipients. “Although from different sectors, this…

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Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce Honours Ten Local Businesses & Entrepreneurs

Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce Honours Ten Local Businesses & Entrepreneurs 20th Annual Bell Business Excellence Awards Celebrate the Contributions of Greater Sudbury’s Business Community (Greater Sudbury, May 11, 2017) Ten of Greater Sudbury’s outstanding entrepreneurs and businesses were celebrated Thursday evening at the Bell Business Excellence Awards gala hosted by the Greater Sudbury Chamber…

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Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce Sounding Alarm on Ontario’s Debt and Deficit

New report provides straightforward analysis of Ontario’s fiscal situation Ontarians should be very concerned about the province’s fiscal situation, according to a new report from the Ontario Chamber of Commerce and the Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce. The report, How Bad Is It? What Do We Do About It?, provides a straightforward account of Ontario’s…

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Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce to Government: Get Employer-Driven Training Programs Right

[Greater Sudbury], September 4, 2014: The Government of Ontario must ensure that upcoming changes to the province’s training and employment programs reflect the needs of employers, according to a new report released by the Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce, the Ontario Chamber of Commerce and Essential Skills Ontario. The callcomes as the government works to…

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