Chamber Blog

Twisted System’s!

August 26, 2022

As the Whitby Chambers of Commerce Policy and Advocacy Advisor, I’m pleased to introduce myself and this role to all our members. As I settle in and dive into WCC’s rich and dynamic history, I acknowledge the unique and privileged role that WCC plays in connecting you, our members, with opportunities to adapt and expand Read More

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BNI Homeownership Bridge Program

August 25, 2022

Home ownership is a dream that just about every family strives for and works hard to make a reality. For many Canadians home ownership may seem out of reach given the current state of the economy and the exploding house prices in many of the country’s city centres and suburbs. The data shows that homeownership Read More

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These Municipal Elections Matter…a lot

August 22, 2022

Another four-year Council term is coming to a close this fall.  During this term your councillors voted to approve each annual budget, guided how tax dollars would be spent to support municipal services and decided on priorities that directly impact your daily life. Municipal elections are fought over matters of local importance. Here are some Read More

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Networking and the Whitby Chamber

August 11, 2022

The Whitby Chamber of Commerce creates many events to encourage networking amongst its members. These networking events are instrumental in growing your business locally. As long-standing Whitby Chamber member, Edward Lam says, “if you don’t go, you don’t grow“. Shaun Bernstein of Write Stuff Agency, recently attended a Chamber on Tap event and shared, “I Read More

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Municipal Matters!

August 10, 2022

We would like to take the opportunity to congratulate MPP Lorne Coe on his re-election in June and his appointment as Parliamentary Assistant to the Premier for this Parliament session in Ontario.  We look forward to working with MPP Coe on issues that are important to our members.   The election in this spring resulted Read More

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