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Greater Niagara Chamber of Commerce

1. Infrastructure investment

  • Build sustainable public infrastructure that serves future community needs
  • Support digital needs of small and medium-sized enterprises
  • Champion projects that quickly and sustainably relaunch the economy

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2. Committing to municipal efficiency and resilience

  • Implement an independent service delivery audit and governance review
  • Dismantle internal municipal barriers to deliver the best services at the lowest cost
  • Harmonize regulations to expedite economic recovery
  • Commit to a provincial/municipal relationship that prioritizes resilience, efficiency and service delivery

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3. Enabling sectors to thrive, particularly accommodation, food and retail industries

  • Seek reduced trade barriers across provinces and support businesses as they grow internationally
  • Provide working capital grants or guaranteed loans to sectors such as accommodation and food services
  • Seek provincial/federal funding and third-party investment to fund economic drivers

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4. Reestablishing trade and supply chains

  • Consider a cross-border regional approach to reopening
  • Commit to elimination of trade barriers to ease the movement of goods and services
  • Champion free and open international trade

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5. Access to a skilled labour force

  • Commit to local economic and demographic data
  • Ensure government re-training programs meet market demands
  • Support private sector up-skilling/re-skilling needs
  • Expand work-integrated learning

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