As the Voice of Business, The Chamber must ensure we speak for a majority of our members. Whether an issue is brought forward by a member, our board, a politician or the community at large, we seek consensus and to be well-informed in developing credible policy positions.It is our practice on key issues to establish a task force or committee from within our membership or the board of directors, to provide research and to encourage discussion before policy recommendations are presented to the entire board for approval.
Chamber Policy Handbook
Civic Powers, Authority and Legislation
Civic Infrastructure, Planning and Development
Civic Services and Efficiencies
Employment, Workforce and Workplace Issues
Federal/Provincial Policy and Legislation