Mingling and Jingling Chamber Style
Thank you to everyone who attended, shared in the holiday spirit and contributed to the success of our Mingle Jingle event held on December 5th. From the dance demonstration by the Westview Dance Club, music services provided by Rick Roschuk from CJNU 93.7 FM radio, to our 50/50 draw and raffle, we were able to raise $600.00 for the MFRC (Military Family Resource Centre) and the Chamber's Scholarship Fund.

At the luncheon we also presented funds raised from our Golf for Literacy 2019 event to the Stevenson-Britannia Adult Learning Centre Program Inc. Pictured from left to right are: Lawrence Maksymetz (Winnipeg-Assiniboine Rotary Club), Monica Ernstberger and Jennifer Muir (Stevenson-Britannia Adult Learning Centre Program Inc.), Adam Kilfoyle (Chair, Assiniboia Chamber of Commerce), and Gord Zacharias (Charleswood Rotary Club).

We would like to also thank The Grand Hotel by Lakeview Resorts for the wonderful buffet. Everyone could not stop talking about those delicious meatballs! So save the date December 10, 2020 for our next Mingle Jingle, we may even have a visit from old St. Nick himself.

Thank you to the following businesses who helped make up 11 raffle prizes for this event:
12 Days of Policy Wins
This year, we helped build the businesses that support our families, our communities and our country. Now, we want to celebrate all of our accomplishments with the 12 Days of Policy Wins for 2019 .
2019 Manitoba Business Outlook Survey Results Revealed
The Assiniboia Chamber was in attendance at the MBiz breakfast on December 10, 2019 when the Manitoba Chambers of Commerce released the results from the 2019 Business Outlook Survey. To view the complete results of this survey, click here .
Province Announces More Provincial Tax Relief for Manitobans
The provincial government is ringing in the new year with more tax relief for Manitobans, Finance Minister Scott Fielding announced today.

“The 2020 Tax Rollback Guarantee will bring significant savings to Manitobans,” said Fielding. “Our plan will save Manitobans an average of $2,020 over the next four years by removing unnecessary taxes and fees so people can keep more of their hard-earned money.” Read full news release here.
Manitoba Government Delivers Update on Economic Growth Action Plan
The Manitoba government is spurring private-sector investment and job creation with a number of exciting initiatives, Economic Development and Training Minister Ralph Eichler announced today.

“Entrepreneurs, not governments, create jobs. However, it’s our government’s role to ensure Manitoba creates the right conditions for the private sector to thrive and create these jobs,” said Eichler. “Our Team Manitoba approach to developing the economy is about collaboration with industry and educational institutions to attract businesses to the province, and to support growth and expansion of local enterprises.” Read full news release here.
Red Hat Rudy Facebook Promotions was a huge success

Following is a list of the our host member businesses and the names of the winners for each day.

Mon. Dec. 16 - CJNU 93.7 FM - Nostalgia Radio - Cindy Scott
Tues. Dec. 17 - Victoria Inn and Convention Centre - Sarah Vandewaeter
Wed. Dec. 18 - The Food Studio - Donna Williams-Schaefer
Thurs. Dec. 19 - St. James Lanes & Lounge - Colleen Rose
Fri. Dec. 20 - Assiniboia Chamber of Commerce - Karen Caines Huggins