Welcome to the
Greater Niagara Chamber of Commerce

The Greater Niagara Chamber of Commerce was formed by a group of business people who decided that a strong, regionally based business organization is needed if we are to address the issues facing businesses in Niagara.  With the support of business and community leaders, the Chamber is interested in building bridges between businesses across the region to maximize networks and services, to provide better learning environments and to advocate to all orders of government with one, strong voice for business.


Binational Opposition to Trusted Traveler Program Removal

February 24, 2020

February 21, 2020   The Honorable Chad F. Wolf Acting Secretary United States Department of Homeland Security 3801 Nebraska Avenue, NW Washington, DC 20528 Re: Binational Opposition to Trusted Traveler…

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$5,000 Trinity Capital Community Award to be granted to an outstanding Niagara Business

February 21, 2020

Trinity Capital International is seeking to recognize and reward a Niagara business that is doing notable work within the community. Applications will close Feb. 29, 2020 and businesses can apply…

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Phone Spoofing: An Alert to GNCC Members

February 20, 2020

Did you get a phone call from 905-684-2100? If so, you may have been contacted by a scammer using number-spoofing technology. A quick Google search reveals that 905-684-2100 was the…

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GNCC 2020 Pre-Budget Submission to the Government of Ontario

February 11, 2020

Dear Minister Phillips, On behalf of the Greater Niagara Chamber of Commerce (GNCC) and the 1,500 members of the business community we represent, I would like to offer my thanks…

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Pride and momentum focus of Sendzik’s State of the City

February 7, 2020

St. Catharines Mayor Walter Sendzik boasted of a headline featured in the The New York Times during his State of the City address Thursday night. The words “St. Catharines named…

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Ontario Receives Recommendations to Help Credit Unions Better Serve Members

February 3, 2020

Recommendations aim to reduce regulatory burden and modernize the credit union sector The Ontario government is reviewing recommendations to help credit unions and caisses populaires better serve their communities. MPP…

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