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Greater Niagara Chamber of Commerce

About the GNCC

The  Greater Niagara Chamber of Commerce (GNCC) is a non-profit, non-partisan, membership-driven  organization comprised of 1,500 business enterprises, civic organizations, educational institutions and individuals. We are  dedicated to helping businesses and organizations succeed in order to ensure the long-term economic and social prosperity of the Niagara region.

Too often, businesses and entrepreneurs feel isolated and struggle to achieve their personal and business goals. We are here to help make your business better by providing you with networking, savings, marketing opportunities and a large audience to make it easy for you to power your business growth.

The GNCC is the voice of business. We impact public policy at all levels of government so that you can succeed and prosper in local and global economies. We are also members of the Ontario and Canadian Chambers of Commerce, which makes our voice even stronger. Our councils represent specific demographics and guide our programing to ensure Niagara achieves its economic and social best.


Latest News

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State of the City 2024

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Daily Update: February 27

In this edition: Government of Canada announces $123M for Affordable Housing Innovation Fund Niagara Falls issues Mother Earth Day Call… more »

Mental health the focus of International Women’s Day event in Niagara

Facebook Twitter Email Print Copy article link Employee mental health and its impact on business will be on the agenda… more »

Lunch & Learn: Human Resources and Employee Compensation

Join us as we delve into the dynamic world of human resources and compensation, where we’ll explore essential strategies for… more »

Daily Update: February 26

In this edition: Ontario government invests $1.3B to stabilize post-secondary finances Majority of businesses expect to face cost-related obstacles in… more »

Daily Update: February 23

In this edition: Cave Spring Cellars CEO Len Pennachetti appointed Member of the Order of Canada Business investment per worker… more »

Daily Update: February 22

In this edition: Government of Ontario to reverse OEB decision on payment for gas connections Car and parts retailers see… more »

Brock student research sheds light on local women-owned businesses

After spending much of her fourth year examining the experiences of women who own small businesses in downtown St. Catharines,… more »

Daily Update: February 21

In this edition: Over 25% of 2022 retail revenue was in auto and parts dealers: StatCan Ontario approves new school… more »

Daily Update: February 20

In this edition: Rate of inflation falls to 2.9% Ontario omnibus bill ‘Get It Done Act’ to contain urban boundary… more »

Daily Update: February 16

In this edition: Ontario electronics retailer Factory Direct to liquidate stores Queen’s Park to streamline environmental assessment process for infrastructure… more »

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