Greater Kingston Chamber of Commerce

  • Lunch & Learn Speaker Series - Guest Speaker Rachel Homan

  • Chamber Network leads employer coalition to push for expanded exemptions

  • Connect - The Business Expo - Book Your Booth Now

  • Kingston & Ontario Policy Update

  • Lunch & Learn Speaker Series - Guest Speaker Rachel Homan

    Tuesday July 21st, 2015

    Lunch & Learn Speaker Series - Guest Speaker Rachel Homan

    Join us to Hear Rachel's story about what drives her to be the best and what obstacles she has overcome to get to the top of her game. Rachel is a three time Canadian Curling Champion and has won a bronze and two silver medals on the world stage. In 2007 she won a Gold medal for Ontario at the Canada winter games in Whitehorse.

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  • Chamber Network leads employer coalition to push for expanded exemptions

    The government of Ontario is currently in its final stages of designing the Ontario Retirement Pension Plan. The Ontario Chamber of Commerce released a letter to Premier Kathleen Wynne urging the government to expand its definition of pension plan comparability to include capital accumulation plans, including (but not limited to) Defined Contribution plans.

    This move would ensure that companies in the province that have an existing pension plan for their employees would not be forced to incur this new cost of doing business.  

  • Connect - The Business Expo - Book Your Booth Now

    EARLY BIRD BOOKING FOR EXHIBIT TABLES CONTINUES

    Be part of the largest Business Mixer of the year in Kingston and along the St. Lawrence Seaway. Book your Booth via dana@kingstonchamber.ca.

  • Kingston & Ontario Policy Update

    We are hearing the same message from businesses locally and across Ontario:

    Employers are concerned about a growing, cumulative regulatory burden that is weakening the business climate in our province. We believe it is the collective responsibility of the Chamber Network to bring this message to government—and to provide government with solutions.

     

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