In advance of the October federal election the Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce, in collaboration with the Canadian Chamber of Commerce, is launching the Vote Prosperity platform to urge all federal party leaders to put the needs of Canadian business front and centre in the upcoming federal election.
Core issues, such as taxes, regulations and skills, are suffocating Canadian competitiveness. If our businesses don’t thrive, Canada can’t thrive. We are challenging local candidates to support our small businesses by embracing all seven priorities of the Vote Prosperityplatform. These recommendations will help our businesses create jobs, grow and strengthen our community. Learn more.
Accessibility in Canada is inadequately addressing the barriers nearly four million Canadians face. Within the next 20 years, that number is expected to soar to over nine million, but by creating a more accessible Canada, there is a potential to unlock $16.8 billion in GDP by increasing our economy’s productive capacity by 2030, according to the Conference Board of Canada.
For the past 97 years, Easter Seals Ontario has been providing programs and services for children and youth with physical disabilities. Easter Seals is a non-denominational registered charitable organization that helps kids with physical disabilities from all ethnic and religious backgrounds. Read Easter Seals' full profile on our website.
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Lakehead University's Biorefining Research Institute (BRI) is pleased to host the 2nd International Forest Biorefining Conference (IFBC) and 4th International Symposium on Lignocellulosic Materials (ISLM). Your Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce is a proud sponsor. This joint Conference & Symposium takes place June 9 - 12, 2019.