The robust Indigenous economy makes economic reconciliation an urgent business imperative
The Ontario Chamber of Commerce released a report last week, Sharing Prosperity: An Introduction to Building Relationships for Economic Reconciliation in Ontario. It offers foundational knowledge to build business capacity in advancing economic reconciliation. Taking action on economic reconciliation has tremendous value for Indigenous and non-Indigenous businesses alike, enabling opportunities for shared economic prosperity and long-term business success.
Christmas Business After 5 & Annual Food Bank Drive
A private event: Verne’s Carpet One will host the monthly Business After 5 Meeting and Annual Food Bank Drive
What Our Members are Saying
Being a member of the Chamber of Commerce has been an incredible experience. The networking opportunities have led to valuable connections, and the Chamber’s advocacy efforts ensure a business-friendly environment. The resources and community focus has enriched my business journey. I highly recommend the Chamber to any business owner looking to grow, connect, and make a positive impact. It’s not just an organization; it’s a catalyst for success and positive change in both the business world and the local community.