Welcome to the Tillsonburg District Chamber of Commerce

Whether you’re looking to network with other businesses, promote your company or services, or be part of the advocacy and policy work we do, the Tillsonburg District Chamber of Commerce is here for you.

Your Chamber Working For You and Your Business

As the business organization representing Tillsonburg and area, we work with employers, business associations, and local government to help shape a vibrant business economy.  As part of the Ontario and Canadian Chambers of Commerce network, we also represent you at provincial and federal levels.

Exclusive Benefits For Our Members

As a member of the Tillsonburg District Chamber of Commerce, you and your business benefit from:

  • Regular networking events including our monthly Business After Fives
  • Referrals to and from other local, trusted businesses.
  • Business seminars.
  • Complimentary listing on our Member’s Directory linking to your website.
  • Annual Awards of Excellence, Golf Tournament, Tapas Night
  • Exclusive discounts for credit cards, fuel, vacations, and insurance

 

LATEST NEWS

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"We pause today to recognize our past, acknowledge our present, and recommit to a better future." - Meric Gertler

Legislation was passed by the federal government in June that recognizes September 30 as the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation - created to give everyone an opportunity to recognize and commemorate the legacy of residential schools, which more than 150,000 First Nations, Metis and Inuit children were forced to attend between the 1870s and 1997.

You can show your support today by:

Setting aside time for reflection
Learning more about Indigenous culture, residential schools and reconciliation
Wearing orange
Lighting up the exterior of your building orange
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We pause today to recognize our past, acknowledge our present, and recommit to a better future. - Meric Gertler

Legislation was passed by the federal government in June that recognizes September 30 as the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation - created to give everyone an opportunity to recognize and commemorate the legacy of residential schools, which more than 150,000 First Nations, Metis and Inuit children were forced to attend between the 1870s and 1997.

You can show your support today by:

Setting aside time for reflection 
Learning more about Indigenous culture, residential schools and reconciliation 
Wearing orange 
Lighting up the exterior of your building orange
Taking to social media and using the profile frame available here: https://client.saveyourdata.ca/1/files/share/453/Toolkits/National%20Day%20for%20Truth%20and%20Reconciliation/ReconciliationDay-Frame.png/sKtCaVpnLrB?view=1
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