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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.

State of the Region 2024

The State of the Region event with Chair Bradley, powered by PenFinancial Credit Union, is a gathering of local business… more »

Siscoe delivers optimistic state of the city address

St. Catharines Mayor Mat Siscoe says writing a second state of the city speech was a very different process than… more »

GNCC Bill 39 position statement 

The Government of Ontario has announced its intent to review the two-tier government relationship in a number of municipalities, including… more »

Niagara Region’s unemployment rate inches down from 5.4% to 5.1%

The Greater Niagara Chamber of Commerce (GNCC) reported that an additional 2,500 people joined the Niagara workforce in December, causing… more »

Shopping local in Port Colborne circulates money locally, leading to more activity, jobs

They say a rising tide lifts all boats. With Christmas quickly approaching and plenty of holiday shopping occurring, local businesses… more »

State of the Ontario Tourism Industry Report

Tourism is a vital sector in the provincial economy and is critical for economic recovery. While domestic and inbound tourism… more »

Sip local: How shopping local for your Christmas wine helps Niagara’s economy and green space

When you’re out shopping for wine this holiday season, both for the table and for under the tree, the bottles… more »

Niagara-on-the-Lake cheese shop shows what’s good for business is Gouda for the community

In many ways it was the business Xavier Allard was born to run. Allard and his mom Annie took over… more »

Though slow, Niagara-on-the-Lake businesswomen see progress

The march to equality may be slow, but Niagara’s businesswomen are doing their part to keep the progress moving. This… more »

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