The June Mix at Six is taking place on June 21st at Trillium Ford Lincoln and is being co-hosted by Country 105. 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
5 Minutes for Business: Fail Britannia! What the U.K. Exit Vote Means for Business
Blogs 28-06-2016 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 Brexit...Read more...
Investments in Trade Infrastructure Are Necessary to Maintain Canada’s Competitiveness in Global Markets
Blogs 27-06-2016 23:00
Today, we released a report that advocates the need to invest in trade-enabling infrastructure in order to maintain our competitiveness in global markets. In The Infrastructure that Matters Most, which we produced in cooperation with the Canada West Foundation, we make five recommendations to the federal government:Read more...
Investments in Canada’s Trade Infrastructure Are Necessary to Maintain Competitiveness in North America and Beyond
Blogs 27-06-2016 23:00
Ottawa, June 28, 2016—In a time of heightened international competition, Canada’s transport infrastructure requires significant investment to maintain its trade competitiveness in international markets – including the key U.S. and Mexican markets. Canada’s export-based economy relies upon efficient roads, ports, waterways, railways, airports and pipelines to move Canadian products and services. In a new report released today, The Infrastructure that...Read more...