The Government of Ontario is currently accepting submissions regarding its proposed Waste Reduction Act. Consensus and Contention is the OCC’s contribution to this process. The goal of this submission is to identify points of consensus and contention among the province’s … Continue reading →
Every year chambers of commerce and boards of trade across Ontario celebrate Small Business week by organizing top-notch events for their members and communities. This year, the OCC would like to help showcase the pivotal role that the Chamber Network … Continue reading →
The Ontario Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with Blackberry, Telus, and the Certified Management Accountants of Ontario, is pleased to welcome the Honourable Charles Sousa, Minister of Finance, to meet with members of the Ontario Business Advisory Council (OBAC). The Government of … Continue reading →
Exciting new categories provide more opportunities for recognition The Ottawa Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce the launch of 2013 Best Ottawa Business Awards, formally Ottawa Business Achievement Awards. This year the awards have undergone an exciting evolution, with … Continue reading →
The OCC recently submitted a letter to James Moore, Ministry of Industry, regarding promoting competition and fairness in the telecommunications industry. The OCC encourages the federal government to ensure that the rules it applies to the telecommunications industry are fair … Continue reading →
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Nominate an outstanding business today! The Ontario Chamber of Commerce has partnered with the Government of Ontario to present a new award at this year’s Ontario Business Achievement Awards (OBAA). The Ontario Leader in Accessible Employment award will be presented … Continue reading →
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This post is a first in a series from Frances Edmonds, HP Canada’s Director of Environmental Programs. Many businesses still don’t know what their true energy costs are or how to reduce them. But I’d argue that all businesses in … Continue reading →
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The Canadian Chamber of Commerce’s Annual General Meeting is being held in Kelowna, B.C., from September 28 – 30, 2013. Information on registration can be found on the Canadian Chamber of Commerce website. If your chamber of commerce/board of trade is … Continue reading →