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Greater Niagara Chamber of Commerce

See our latest municipal policy and advocacy work from the Greater Niagara Chamber, promoting policy and governance that’s good for business, and representing Niagara’s business community within the Region. Get in touch to let us know how we can support your business. Follow us on twitter at @GNCCadvocacy for up-to-the-minute news or subscribe to get updates in your inbox.

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 »

ArriveCAN still keeping Fort Erie families apart

The border between the U.S. and Canada may be open, but Sandy Pearce said families still have yet to be… more »

New York politicians join chorus demanding ArriveCAN app be scrapped

Members of the New York State Senate, the New York State Assembly and the U.S. Congress have joined the chorus… more »

Border measures now extended to fall having ‘devastating’ impact on Niagara’s tourism

Mike Lalicich is used to seeing a lot of American visitors eager to dive into soft-serve ice cream cones and… more »

Continued use of ArriveCan app ‘choking’ tourism, travel, trade, and ‘punishing’ cross-border families and friends: Diodati

Business, tourism and political officials say they’re disappointed with the federal government’s announcement it will extend COVID-19 public-health measures for… more »

Lifting vaccine requirements for some travellers step in right direction, says GNCC

While the federal government’s plans to suspend vaccine mandates for federal employees and for outbound passengers is “a step in… more »

GNCC requests lifting of border restrictions

The Greater Niagara Chamber of Commerce (GNCC) has asked the Government of Canada to lift its remaining border restrictions. “With… more »

Bradley digs in for the future having buried Niagara Region’s ugly past

Residents should be optimistic about the future, says the chair of Niagara Region, who on Tuesday said he is is… more »

Sendzik calls for understanding and diversity in State of the City

St. Catharines Mayor Walter Sendzik painting his vision during his State of the City address. The mayor calling on residents… more »

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