Olympic fever continues to gain momentum as Canadian athletes continue to do us proud. Our own Tyler Nicholson brought North Bay to the world stage last week and although he didn’t make the podium, he showed incredible courage and confidence with his 7th pl … Read More »
The OCC and #ONChamberNetwork launched a major province-wide letter writing campaign urging businesses to encourage their local provincial candidates to support our election platform, Vote Prosperity. To view the Vote Prosperity document, click HERE.
Make your voice heard, send a letter today: CLICK HERE
Wednesday, February 14, 2018 – presenters Dean Decaire of BDO Canada LLP and Christian Tremblay of Wallace Klein Partners in Law LLP provided the following information for businesses to assist in Understanding Bill 148.
A copy of their presentation can be found by clicking HERE.
Special thanks to IION who partnered with the Chamber on this event.
This past week has been a very good one for the City of North Bay and two long-time members of the North Bay and District Chamber of Commerce.
It is always a pleasure when we welcome the minister of Northern Development and Mines, the Honourable Michael Gravelle, and the Board of the Northern Ontario Heritage Fund to North Bay. When they come to town, it is usually with their cheque book and again this time, they did not disappoint.
The announcement Thursday afternoon at Canadore College and then again on Friday morning at Voyageur Aviation provides some terrific news for this city. Strategic investments by both the college and Voyageur, assisted by NOHFC, are key to job creation and retention in our business community and the residents of Northern Ontario.
The Canadore College grand opening Thu … Read More »
This past week and a half reminds me of something out of the old television series with Rod Serling and “The Twilight Zone”, it has been totally bizarre. I am of course, referring to the events surrounding the PC party resignations and subsequent events. I don’t think I could characterize it as anything else but, totally bizarre.
Whether you support the Liberals, PC’s, NDP, Green Party, Republican or Democrat (no offence to any other parties out there) politics and political parties continue to dominate the news and not necessarily for the right reasons. Here in Ontario, where we are quickly approaching both Provincial and Municipal elections, the focus to date has not been on issues, but rather the personalities behind the issues.
As we head to electing our Provincial Parliament and Municipal governments to lead us for the … Read More »