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964 Stockdale Rd.
North Bay, ON, P1B 6L6
Bimpe Agboola
Tel.: 705-477-5865

Upcoming Events

Date: March 17, 2018

World Women's Curling Championship 2018

March 17 to 25, 2018

For tickets contact: Tickets are available online, at the Memorial Gardens box office, or by phone at  online, at the Memorial Gardens box office, or by phone at (705) 495-8603 ext. 2700.

For more information click HERE

Date: March 20, 2018 2:00 pm

Art Is An Interpretation and It's Personal As Students Create Their Own Art World

Opening Reception.

This exhibit features over 30 artists.

There will be light refreshments, free admission to the museum and donations are welcome.

Saturday March 10 from 2:00 to 4:00pm at the Alex Dufresne Gallery

107 Lansdowne St. E. | Callander, ON  P0H 1H0

Date: March 20, 2018 7:30 pm

Tom Cochrane with Red Rider

See the Capitol Centre for more details – click HERE

Date: March 21, 2018 6:00 pm

Letterkenny Live!

Letterkenny Live!
Wednesday, March 21, 2018 @ 6:00 PM

Call 705-474-4747 or visit the Capitol Centre website.

Date: March 22, 2018 7:00 pm


See the Capitol Centre for more details – click HERE

News & Updates

Welcoming the World!

For tickets – visit: http://www.curling.ca/2018worldwomen/


The Russians are coming…and so are the Koreans, USA, Sweden, Switzerland, Japan, Scotland, Czech Republic, Germany, Denmark, Italy, China, and Team Canada.   North Bay is poised to welcome the world into our back yard and this is going to be a tremendous event for our City and the entire district.

The North Bay & District Chamber of Commerce and its members, wish the organizing committee headed up by Rick Miller and Dave Bennett, nothing but the best of luck, as the first stones are thrown commencing Saturday.  For the past fe … Read More »

How do we grow?

The conversation is changing.  Past conversations regarding economic growth and prosperity have centered on “how do we survive?” during tough economic times.  Those discussions will not and have not created jobs, but rather maintained or even perhaps resulted in status quo thinking and actions.

Over the past ten months, your Chamber has been consulting and discussing with many of its members, that exact conversation.   Many of those who we have consulted with are of the same mind, change must happen if we are to move forward and expand our district and area.  All of our area municipalities are strained when it comes to maintaining existing services, without increasing costs.  The simple answer to this problem is straightforward, you can’t. We must grow.

Many of our members have used descriptive words such as innovation, competition, expansion, and inclusion.  These descriptors were commonalities when asked about, what we need to do, if we are to grow our way out of many of our probl … Read More »

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 »

Vote Prosperity

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