The Alliston & District Chamber of Commerce AGM & Elections are taking place Thursday November 20th from 6-8pm at the Red Pine Inn & Conference Centre in the restaurant. If you are interested in becoming a Director on the Board or for more information please contact the office.
The two Charities that the Alliston Chamber has chosen to support at our Mix at Sixes for 2014 are, Matthews House Hospice and CLASS.
Thanks to the giving nature of our members we were able to present the following organizations with cheques from funds raised at the 2013 Mixes; My Sister's Place and CONTACT South Simcoe Community Information Centre.
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.
|Mix at Six|
Thu Dec 11 @18:00 - 08:00PM
Congratulations to Polycorp Ltd. this Year’s Private Business Growth Award Recipient!
Blogs 19-11-2014 23:00
Photo: Peter Snucins, President and CEO of Polycorp Ltd. (centre) is awarded the 2014 Private Business Growth Award by Phil Noble, Executive Partner and CEO, Grant Thornton LLP (right), and Canadian Chamber President and CEO, Perrin Beatty. Toronto, Nov. 19. Last night, at a gala emceed by Dianne Buckner, host of CBC’s Dragons’ Den, Polycorp Ltd. was awarded the 2014 Private...Read more...
The travel and tourism sector is one of Canada’s largest generators of GDP, contributing close to $80 billion to its economy annually. However, Canada is experiencing a serious competitiveness challenge in this sector. Our tourism competiveness problems are self-made and can be overcome by better strategies and policies, such as increasing Canada’s marketing budget. Every riding in Canada depends on the...Read more...
The power behind Canada’s tourism brand: calling for increased investments in Canada’s marketing budget
Blogs 18-11-2014 23:00
Ottawa, November 19 2014 – The travel and tourism sector is one of Canada’s largest generators of GDP, contributing close to $80 billion to its economy annually. However, Canada is experiencing a serious competitiveness challenge in this sector. Our tourism competiveness problems are self-made and can be overcome by better strategies and policies. Today, the Canadian Chamber of Commerce is calling for...Read more...