The July Mix at Six/Summer BBQ is taking place on Wednesday July 20th at Next Step Literacy Council of South Simcoe and is being co-hosted by the Alliston Chamber. Contact the office for more details or to RSVP.
Thanks to the giving nature of our members we were able to present the following organizations with cheques from funds raised at the 2014 Mixes; Matthews House Hospice and CLASS.
The two charities that we at the Alliston Chamber have chosen to support this year at our 2015 Mix at Sixes are, The Krasman Centre and the Alliston & District Humane Society.
The Alliston and District Chamber of Commerce is a proud supporter of Canadian Forces Base (CFB) Borden, the Canadian forces' largest military training base and the Canadian Armed Forces. For more information on supporting the troops click here. For the most current CFB Borden Communiqué click here.
CFB Borden is celebrating their Centennial in 2016. You can get more information on this special year by visiting www.100yearsoffreedom.ca
Premiers Reach Deal in Principle on Canadian Free Trade Agreement; Creates Expectations, Raises Questions
Blogs 21-07-2016 23:00
Ottawa, July 22, 2016—The Canadian Chamber of Commerce reacts with cautious optimism to the announcement that Canada’s Premiers have reached an agreement in principle on internal trade. It is expected that the Canadian Free Trade Agreement, once implemented, will allow for freer trade within Canada and contribute to eliminating regulatory barriers between provinces and territories. This has been a long-standing...Read more...
5 Minutes for Business: Crash Dammit! Have Canadian Real Estate Prices Climbed Too High?
Blogs 10-07-2016 23:00
Every other week, we release 5 Minutes for Business, a publication written by Hendrik Brakel, our Senior Director of Economic, Financial and Tax Policy. In these publications, Hendrik briefly describes current issues that affect the Canadian economy and provides insight on what it will mean for Canadians today and the future. In this week’s edition, he looks at the reasons...Read more...
Provinces Heed Canadian Chamber Recommendations: Agree to Free Trade, Will Eliminate Barriers to Trade
Blogs 08-07-2016 00:00
The Canadian Chamber of Commerce applauds the announcement that Canada’s provinces, territories and the federal government have reached an new agreement on internal trade, that once implemented will allow for freer trade within Canada and start to eliminate regulatory barriers between provinces and territories. This has been a long-standing position of the Canadian Chamber, outlined most recently in the Top...Read more...