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The voice of Canadian business. A network of over 450 chambers of commerce representing 200,000 businesses. Tweets by our comms team.
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Emilie Potvin 9h
On aime “: ICYMI: 9 things highly successful people say every day
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CdnChamberofCommerce Apr 17
to our new Director of Public Affairs Welcome to the chamber network!
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CdnChamberofCommerce Apr 17
At the 1st Minister Rose estimated a $156 k surplus. Stay tuned for our 2015 budget analysis on April 21
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CdnChamberofCommerce Apr 16
Northern pilots/airline-owners are a special breed. w/ “Buffalo Joe” McBryan President
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CdnChamberofCommerce Apr 16
Foreign worker program hanging ‘by its fingernails’ | iPolitics
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B20 Coalition Apr 16
, “ Govts must undergo paradigm shift to nurture robust & sustainable growth”
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B20 Coalition Apr 16
: “ Govts must become a catalyst for businesses of all sizes to flourish”
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Guillaum W. Dubreuil Apr 16
Très heureux de débuter un nouvel emploi en tant que Dir. des Affaires publiques et des relations médias à la aujourd'hui.
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Belleville Chamber Apr 15
Sarah, thanks for your support in addressing our local issue
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Ken Apr 15
: Sarah, thanks for your support in addressing our local issue” Obviously not just an Alberta issue
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Ken Apr 15
Excellent blog on TFW issue Sarah
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CdnChamberofCommerce Apr 15
We’re releasing our election platform in May. Will focus on 4 critical factors to biz success: talent; capital; productivity; market access
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SarahAnsonCartwright Apr 15
Can employers still bring in talent on short-term basis? See my blog on the trouble with
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CdnChamberofCommerce Apr 15
Aboriginal peoples are essential to sustainable economic development & must be involved in planning & decision-making.
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CdnChamberofCommerce Apr 15
Successful partnerships between Aboriginal communities & natural resource sector are great opportunities for economic growth.
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CdnChamberofCommerce Apr 15
Canada’s North has tremendous mineral potential, but we don’t have sufficient infrastructure to develop these deposits.
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YK Chamber Apr 15
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CdnChamberofCommerce Apr 15
Improving tools for businesses in the NWT has nationwide benefits.
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NWT Chamber Apr 15
Pam Coulter from introduces lunch Keynote speaker
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CdnChamberofCommerce Apr 15
According to many of our members the is not working effectively for any employer. Read our latest blog:
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