Thanks For Attending Our Annual General Meeting April 16

Pictured l-r, Trevor McPherson Vice President, Member Services at the Ontario Chamber of Commerce, Andrew Sapiano, (Chamber Chair) Cunningham Swan, Karen Cross, Executive Director, Greater Kingston Chamber of Commerce, Kingston Police Chief Antje McNeely, Melody Knott (Chamber Past-Chair) TD Bank, Mark Rundle, TD Bank.
Thank you to our host, the Four Points by Sheraton Kingston and to our sponsor, TD Bank. Also thank you as always to our photographer Rob Taylor of Taylor Studios. 

Workshop - How Much is Your Business Worth? Tuesday April 23 9:00am-10:30am with MDD Ltd. Forensic Accountants

The WSIB is redesigning its health and safety programs by integrating them from  three into one. Starting in 2020, more Ontario businesses registered with the WSIB will be able to participate in programs that will make it easier to improve health and safety in the workplace. They have been engaging with a variety of associations, advisory committees and labour groups to get feedback on the redesign and now they want to hear directly from businesses.

April 25 at 10:00 am, at the Little Cataraqui Conservation Authority for a consultation session. The meeting will take 90 minutes.
Call Christina Soos at Wilkens Health & Safety Solutions
613-546-9814 ext 225 to register
Please RSVP your attendance by April 18.

Inspiring Women of Kingston - Luncheon Event Thursday, June 13th


30th Annual Chamber Classic Golf Tournament 2019 @ Loyalist Golf & Country Club Thursday, June 20th


Summer Social presented by SanTur Brewing Wednesday, July 17th



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