Update From Your Chamber
(August 4, 2020)
Canada United
Let's Support our Local Businesses!

Canada United encourages action from everyday Canadians and helps to kickstart the recovery of our local economies and small businesses. We hope you’re as excited as we are to show local businesses some love.
Three small actions to make a big impact:

  1. Watch the Canada United videos online
  2. Like the posts @GoCanadaUnited
  3. Use #CanadaUnited on Twitter

Five ways to get involved as a business:

  1. Pledge Support on LinkedIn
  2. Post on Facebook
  3. Tweet about Canada United
  4. Showcase Canada United on your Website
  5. Share Canada United in your Newsletter or Email

More ways to participate coming soon!
August 21 Coffee and #ConnectingGrimsby
Connections grow businesses.

Join us on Friday, August 21 at 8 AM for the next event in our sold out virtual networking series!

Start your day on a high note by creating meaningful connections with your Chamber colleagues, or just call in to engage with other members and the Chamber - we'd love to connect with you.

We're looking forward to seeing you there, virtually!

Please note: spaces are limited, and registration closes Thursday, August 20 at 12 PM or when registration is full.
Government of Ontario
July 31 - Ontario Implementing Additional Measures at Bars and Restaurants to Help Limit the Spread of COVID-19
In order to keep patrons of restaurants, bars, and other food or drink establishments safe, the amended orders will implement the following measures:

  • All patrons will be required to be seated at all times, in both indoor and outdoor areas, with limited exceptions; and
  • Bars and restaurants (and also tour boat operators) in Ontario will be required to keep client logs for a period of 30 days and to disclose the client logs to the medical officer of health or an inspector under the Health Protection and Promotion Act on request, which will support case and contact tracing.
From Our Members
Niagara College
May we help your business recover from COVID-19?
As most of Ontario moves in Phase 3, we have returned to some on-campus research project activities and have begun planning for what’s next with each of our research centres. We wish to thank you for your patience in these unprecedented times!

We are still here to hear about your potential project ideas, the challenges you face in your business, and how we may be able to put our research centres to work as partners solving your business challenges, post-COVID. There are potential funding opportunities available.

If you would like to learn more, please contact Elizabeth Best, Business Development Coordinator, at ebest@niagaracollege.ca.
Set the Stage
Sponsorship Opportunities on Local TV Show!

There is a new show being filmed exclusively in the Hamilton/Niagara Region and will air on Bell Fibe TV1. Production is interested in collecting sponsors from local businesses and in return will show their product or highlight in the episodes.
YWCA Niagara Region
Apply to be a leader now! Applications close August 7.