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

 

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CAREER READY FUND - APPLY BY FEBRUARY 25

Are you a manufacturing business looking to hire employees? You may be interested in the recently announced $14 million investment through Ministry of Labour, Training and Skills Development - Funding opportunity for the Manufacturing sector.

Career Ready Fund's Auto Stream initiative that provides students, recent graduates, and apprentices with experiential learning opportunities that will help them develop job-relevant skills in the automotive and advanced manufacturing sectors. This initiative is part of Driving Prosperity - the government's plan to strengthen the competitiveness of Ontario's automotive sector.

Experiential learning is a hands-on learning model where people learn by doing. The Career Ready Fund's Auto Stream seeks to increase the quantity and quality of experiential learning opportunities available to postsecondary students, recent graduates, and apprentices in Ontario's automotive manufacturing and advanced manufacturing sectors. The fund will provide employers with incentives of up to $3,000 per placement or up to $5,000 for placements of participants with disabilities.

Organizations eligible to submit a proposal:
(1) automotive and advanced manufacturing sector employers,
(2) industry associations,
(3) postsecondary institutions, and
(4) not-for-profit organizations.
*The ministry is requesting proposals that demonstrate at least one partnership within the auto and advanced manufacturing sectors.
Application Intake Periods:
Call for Proposals deadline: February 25, 2020
Applicants are invited to submit a proposal through Transfer Payment Ontario, where they will find information about available funding, eligibility, and the process for submitting a proposal.

The guidelines, frequently asked questions and answers, and more details about the Career Ready Fund's Auto Stream can be found on the Transfer Payment Ontario platform.

If you have further questions after reviewing program materials online, please contact CareerReadyFund@ontario.ca. [Shared on behalf of SCOR - South Central Ontario Region]
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CIBC PRESENTS IN HER SHOES: WOMEN AND MONEY - A PERSONAL RELATIONSHIP

Research shows that Canadian women will hold 50% of personal wealth by 2024. The growing share of wealth controlled by women calls for a different approach towards managing money.

As you progress through different life stages, your financial needs change and you will frequently have to deal with the unexpected. To effectively manage your financial future, you need to be informed, invest in yourself and build your financial confidence.

In celebration of International Women’s Day, join us for an empowering discussion on March 10th.

Date: Tuesday, March 10, 2020
Time: 6:30 - 8 pm
Location: CIBC Tillsonburg Banking Centre, 200 Broadway Street, Tillsonburg



Research shows that Canadian women will hold 50% of personal wealth by 2024. The growing share of wealth controlled by women calls for a different approach towards managing money.

As you progress through different life stages, your financial needs change and you will frequently have to deal with the unexpected. To effectively manage your financial future, you need to be informed, invest in yourself and build your financial confidence.

In celebration of International Women’s Day, join us for an empowering discussion on March 10th.

Date: Tuesday, March 10, 2020
Time: 6:30 - 8 pm
Location: CIBC Tillsonburg Banking Centre, 200 Broadway Street, Tillsonburg
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CIBC PRESENTS IN HER SHOES: WOMEN AND MONEY - A PERSONAL RELATIONSHIP

Research shows that Canadian women will hold 50% of personal wealth by 2024. The growing share of wealth controlled by women calls for a different approach towards managing money.

As you progress through different life stages, your financial needs change and you will frequently have to deal with the unexpected. To effectively manage your financial future, you need to be informed, invest in yourself and build your financial confidence.

In celebration of International Women’s Day, join us for an empowering discussion on March 10th.

Date: Tuesday, March 10, 2020
Time: 6:30 - 8 pm
Location: CIBC Tillsonburg Banking Centre, 200 Broadway Street, Tillsonburg
 

 
Research shows that Canadian women will hold 50% of personal wealth by 2024. The growing share of wealth controlled by women calls for a different approach towards managing money.

As you progress through different life stages, your financial needs change and you will frequently have to deal with the unexpected. To effectively manage your financial future, you need to be informed, invest in yourself and build your financial confidence.

In celebration of International Women’s Day, join us for an empowering discussion on March 10th.

Date: Tuesday, March 10, 2020
Time: 6:30 - 8 pm
Location: CIBC Tillsonburg Banking Centre, 200 Broadway Street, Tillsonburg
The Tillsonburg District Memorial Hospital is looking for board members

Chambers and businesses across Canada demand action from Prime Minister regarding train services being shut down following illegal protests & blockades.
Canadian Chamber of Commerce President & CEO
Perrin Beatty issued an update regarding this evolving crisis www.youtube.com/watch?v=RSka1W6AMlU&feature=youtu.be
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