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Chamber Hosts Honourable Patty Hajdu

(Left to right) Chair Anthony Davis, MP Sudbury Viviane Lapointe, Minister of Indigenous Services and Minister responsible for FedNor, Patty Hajdu, and Past-chair Neil Milner. On July 5, the Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce had the pleasure to host the Honourable Patty Hajdu, Minister of Indigenous Services and Minister responsible for FedNor, Viviane Lapointe, Sudbury…

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Downtown Business Incubator Now Open

Innovations Quarters is a specialized incubator program designed as a space to accelerate the growth and success of new companies through an array of business support resources and services such as physical space, coaching, mentorship, training, shared business services and professional network connections. As your local business champion, the chamber is providing free membership for…

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Funding Available: Canada Digital Adoption Program

As part of the Canada Digital Adoption Program, the Government of Canada has partnered with the Ontario Chamber of Commerce to deliver the Grow Your Business Online grant supported by the Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce.  Eligible businesses will receive a micro-grant of up to $2,400 to help with the costs related to adopting e-commerce and supported by…

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Chamber Golf Classic tees off at Timberwolf Golf Club

GREATER SUDBURY, June 17, 2022 – More than 140 golfers teed off on June 16 in the Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce’s 39th Annual Chamber Golf Classic, held in partnership with BMO Private Wealth. Timberwolf Golf Club hosted the tournament this year, which helps support the chamber’s student bursary fund. The weather was perfect as…

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Arming Businesses with Information on Potential EI Reforms 

Sweeping changes that are being recommended to modernize the federal government’s employment insurance program will cost employers billions of dollars if they are realized, said the commissioner for employers at the Canada Employment Insurance Commission. Nancy Healey is responsible for representing the views and positions of organizations and individuals that are clients of, or affected…

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