Greater Kingston Chamber of Commerce

  • Luncheon with Hon.Glenn Thibeault, Minister of Energy

  • Open House New/Prospective Members

  • Business Achievement Awards Nomination

  • Kingston Chamber strongly objects to potential labour and employment standards reforms

  • Mayor Paterson's Community Update

  • Luncheon with Hon.Glenn Thibeault, Minister of Energy

    Join us on Thursday June 29th as we welcome Hon. Glenn Thibeault, Minister of Energy to Kingston.

    As the Ontario government implements the largest electricity rate reduction in the provinces history, Ontario's Minster of Energy will use the opportunity to lay out the proposed Plan's measures that would if passed deliver real and meaningful relief for families and businesses, while ensuring fairness for today's ratepayers.

  • Open House New/Prospective Members

    Are you a new Chamber member? Thinking of joining? Find out what you need to know and what you're missing....

    A presentation for new and prospective members takes place from 2pm till 3pm. Learn about the many benefits available to you as a Chamber member including discounts, networking, advertising and promotional opportunities.

    This is followed from 3pm to 4pm with networking to meet the Chamber staff, members of the Board plus mixing with new and existing members.
     

  • Business Achievement Awards Nomination

    Nominate a great business for the Business Achievement Awards. Nominations close on August 25th at noon. 

  • Kingston Chamber strongly objects to potential labour and employment standards reforms

    Changes would discourage investment, eliminate jobs and diminish economic opportunities in Ontario, especially among small business owners. The potential reforms are coming at a time when costs for consumers and the cost of doing business is high and putting Ontario at a competitive disadvantage.

  • Mayor Paterson's Community Update

    Keep up to date with most recent topics on City Council and news from the Mayor's Chair on what matters most in Kingston. 

Why join?

Be heard. Make connections. Stay informed.

Get noticed. Save money. You can do all of these as a result of your investment in joining the Chamber.

 
Your Chamber in Action
Events & Networking

Chamber events are an important way for you to make new business connections, strengthen existing relationships, raise your profile, and build your business.

Voice of Business

We continually work for a positive climate for business in Kingston, and act as your voice where necessary.

  • Actively work with the City and local agencies on matters that impact business in Kingston
  • Work with our colleagues at the Ontario and Canadian Chambers of Commerce to address business challenges that are of provincial and national mandate

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