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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.

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Latest News

Daily Update: September 28, 2022

Tourism spending posts 5>h consecutive increase, but still below 2019 levels; Ministry cancels planned update on former GM site, and… more »

Daily Update: September 27, 2022

Ontario invests $6.9m in female workforce, Chambers of Commerce welcome lifting of border restrictions, and more. In this edition: Ontario… more »

GNCC applauds government decision to remove restrictions at Canadian border

The Greater Niagara Chamber of Commerce (GNCC) has welcomed the Government of Canada’s recent decision to ease Canadian border crossings… more »

Daily Update: September 26, 2022

Government of Canada to remove COVID-19 border and travel measures, GNCC mourns loss of Niagara business leader Keith Simmonds, and… more »

Daily Update: September 23, 2022

Ontario releases 2021-2022 public accounts, retail posts first decline in seven months, Niagara votes on inclusive action plan, and more…. more »

Daily Update: September 22, 2022

Advance polling sites opening across Niagara, EI claims up for first time since January, Niagara school buses may face delays,… more »

Daily Update: September 21, 2022

Meet the new IceDogs owner, home ownership declines, Trade Accelerator Program to host free info session in Niagara, and more…. more »

Daily Update: September 20, 2022

Canada will drop COVID-19 vaccine requirement, make ArriveCan optional; inflation rate continues to slow, now 7% year-on-year, and more. In… more »

Daily Update: September 19, 2022

Loonie dips below 75 cents U.S. for first time since 2020, industrial product prices up over 10%, raw materials jump… more »

Daily Update: September 16, 2022

Canadian dollar hits lowest since 2020 as Aussie takes a hit, food inflation may have peaked, says head of Canadian… more »

Daily Update: September 15, 2022

Benjamin Froese named 2022 Grape King, Province underspent by $776m in fiscal Q1, Home sales down 25% year-over-year, and more…. more »

Daily Update: September 14, 2022

Monday declared a National Day of Mourning but no provincial holiday; group plans hovercraft link from Niagara to Toronto, and… more »

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