Join the rest of the country in celebrating BDC Small Business Week with the Alliston & District Chamber of Commerce and Nottawasaga Futures at our Small Business Week event discussing marketing for your business on Oct 23 from 6-8pm. Click here for more information.
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.
|Small Business Week |
Thu Oct 23 @18:00 - 08:00PM
|Mix at Six/AGM and Annual Elections|
Thu Nov 20 @18:00 - 08:00PM
|Mix at Six|
Thu Dec 11 @18:00 - 08:00PM
Doing More Business with China: Why Canada Needs a Renminbi Hub
Blogs 19-10-2014 23:00
Today, we issued a report entitled Doing More Business with China: Why Canada Needs a Renminbi Hub. Over the past decade, China has become Canada’s second largest and fastest growing trading partner, with exports quadrupling from $5 billion to $20 billion and imports nearly tripling from $18.6 billion to $52 billion. In fact, in 2013, China surpassed the United States to...Read more...
Taking our relationship with China to the next level by establishing a renminbi trading hub in Canada
Blogs 16-10-2014 23:00
Ottawa, October 20, 2014 – Over the past decade, China has become Canada’s second largest and fastest growing commercial partner. With exports reaching $20 billion in 2013 and imports having tripled to $52 billion, the potential for future growth is enormous. In a report issued today, the Canadian Chamber of Commerce argues that establishing a renminbi (RMB) hub in Canada is...Read more...
Ottawa, October 14, 2014 – In a report published today, the Canadian Chamber of Commerce argues that closing the skills gap cannot be done without better aligning our education and training systems to our labour market needs. Entitled A Battle We Can’t Afford to Lose: Getting Young Canadians from Education to Employment, the report investigates the various skills issues facing Canadian...Read more...