We are an independent, membership driven organization. Policy and direction are determined through a volunteer Board of Directors; issues are taken for discussion and they determine the course of action we take on your behalf.
Promoting economic growth and prosperity in our community.
The Chamber speaks out on issues of local importance such as education, health care and the needs of our labour market.
Bringing local issues to government.
The Chamber plays an important advocacy role by working with all three levels of government on issues related from taxation to transportation.
Bridging business and community.
The Chamber hosts over 20 events per year, including networking, education, advocacy and public interest events. These events are open to Chamber members and non-members alike.
We have been recognized as a leader in networking in our community.
Chamber members gather at a local Chamber member’s business to network, learn more about each other and the products and services that their host provides.
LATEST NEWS — Covering topics important to our members and the profession.
Activity at the Chamber continues to be brisk, as we celebrate Small Business Week this week with our friends and partners at the Business Resource Centre, Enterprise Brant, the BDC, Meridian Credit Union, and [...]
On July 16th, 2021 the Ontario Chamber released a letter to Prime Minister Trudeau, Minister Hajdu, Premier Ford, and Minister Elliott on the Ontario Chamber Network’s position on proof-of-immunization. The Ontario Chamber of Commerce [...]
We have had several weeks now of more positive and optimistic news with the number of cases dropping, and the number of vaccinations increasing, resulting in the bigger news this week of Ontario advancing [...]