The Ontario’s Chamber Network calls for tax reform, smart spending to support Ontario businesses
North Bay, ON – Today, the North Bay & District Chamber of Commerce (NBDCC), in partnership with the Ontario Chamber of Commerce (OCC) provided the Ontario government with 11 recommendations for the upcoming provincial budget that will help businesses manage costs and secure the province’s competitive advantage. The submission, presented to the Standing Committee on Finance and Economic Affairs, calls on the government to implement taxation reforms and smart infrastructure and transportation spending to maximize growth and benefit all regions of Ontario.
As the cost of doing business in the province continues to increase, and Ontario employers take on one of the … Read More »
Congratulations to one of our own, Tyler Nicholson, on being named to the Canadian Olympic Team that is heading to South Korea next month. As announced earlier this week by the Canadian Olympic Committee and Canada Snow Board, Tyler has been selected to r … Read More »
The North Bay & District Chamber of Commerce hopes that everyone has had a safe and enjoyable Christmas and wishes all a healthy and prosperous New Year.
It is somewhat of a tradition amongst many, that the time between Christmas and New Years, is the time that we reflect on the past year and begin to plan and look forward to the upcoming year. At the Chamber, we also share in this time of reflection and anticipation of what this year will bring.
Looking back on 2017, the Chamber has seen a substantial amount of change and growth. We have comple … Read More »
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Over the past number of months, many of the Chamber articles have talked about change and that change is certainly not a bad thing. We all go through changes and we do one of two things: adapt and embrace change or fight it! The latter can be extremely frustrating because like it or not, things and life are always going to change.
Speaking of change, the announcement by the Summer in the Park committee, certainly falls within this topic. The move to Memorial Gardens and Thompson Park for the August weekend is a substantial change for the festival but in saying that, the writer believes this to be positive change. The weather proofing of the c … Read More »