Chamber News

Corette Miller, Diane White, Mitch LePage and Travis Dutka on the stage.

Getting back to basics with the Chamber’s Learn Series

September 26, 2018

Members of the Whitby Chamber of Commerce (WCC) and post-secondary students got back to basics on September 19 at the WCC’s second instalment of its Learn Series. The event featured a panel of professionals who guided attendees through the basic concepts of human resources. Panellists included Travis Dutka from 360insights, Mitch LePage from Predictive Success Read More

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Members and staff pose for ribbon cuttting in front of new Chamber office.

Whitby Chamber of Commerce celebrates new office space with its Open House & Block Party

August 22, 2018

The celebrations spilled out on to the street during the Whitby Chamber of Commerce’s (WCC) Open House & Block Party on August 15. To celebrate the non-profit organization’s new office, located at 209 Dundas Street East in downtown Whitby, the WCC team invited neighbours, members and dignitaries to tour the new space, participate in the Read More

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Members pose for group photo after Lynde Creek Spring Cleanup

Members clean up in Brooklin

August 1, 2018

More than 60 community members worked together at the Whitby Chamber of Commerce’s second Lynde Creek Spring Cleanup on June 1. Sponsored by Skyview Electronics, the event kicked off in Brooklin Kinsmen Park with lunch provided by Pita Pit Whitby. After a review of safety rules from Christine Ball, Executive Director of partnering organizer EcoBusiness Read More

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Golfers feet and clubs.

Members tee off at annual golf tournament

July 4, 2018

A time-honoured tradition in the Whitby Chamber of Commerce’s (WCC) history is the annual golf tournament. Thanks to a dedicated planning committee, this event is in its 31st year. However, this year the WCC team shook it up with an earlier agenda and many new activities throughout the day. One of the biggest new additions Read More

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New program: Mentorship program logo

New mentorship program strengthens Durham’s entrepreneurial ecosystem

June 20, 2018

Every great achiever is inspired by a great mentor and the Whitby Chamber of Commerce (WCC) aims to encourage these connections with the launch of its new Mentorship Program. In 2017, the WCC’s Young Entrepreneurs & Professionals (YEP) committee successfully piloted a mentorship program. Based on key learnings and the energy and enthusiasm communicated by Read More

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