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Do you know a great Oakville business? nominations now open for Oakville Awards of Business Excellence

The Oakville Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with the Rotary Club of Oakville West, is now accepting nominations for the 22nd Annual Oakville Awards for Business Excellence (OABE). Nominations will be accepted until September 30th ...

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Supporting a thriving health science sector in Oakville: Putting Patients First

At a time when the province is trying to address the major challenge of fiscal sustainability, the Oakville Chamber of Commerce is suggesting a different approach to fixing the province’s health care system and putting ...

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Oakville Chamber of Commerce Calls On the Provincial Government To Push Broadband Strategy into High Speed

The Oakville and Ontario Chambers of Commerce have called on Premier Kathleen Wynne to commit dedicated provincial infrastructure funds to developing and expanding broadband internet access in remote and rural areas of the province. With ...

Charles Sousa, Ontario Minister of Finance

Ontario Minister of Finance comes to Oakville in July

The Honourable Charles Sousa, Ontario Minister of Finance, will speak at a breakfast at the Burlington Convention Centre. This event is jointly hosted by the Oakville, Burlington and Milton Chambers of Commerce.

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The Infrastructure that Matters Most: The Need for Investment in Oakville & Canada’s Trade Infrastructure

The Oakville Chamber of Commerce, in collaboration with the Canadian Chamber of Commerce, released their recommendations on infrastructure spending entitled “The Infrastructure that Matters Most: The Need for Investment in Canada’s Trade Infrastructure” with a ...

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Patient First: Private & Public Sector co-operation in delivering Health Care

On Tuesday, May 31, 2016 the Oakville Chamber, in partnership with the Ontario Chamber of Commerce released a new report, Prescription for Partnership, which points to the need for health care stakeholders, both public and ...

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Oakville’s Small Businesses Too Big To Ignore

On Tuesday, May 3, 2016 the Oakville Chamber of Commerce in partnership with the Ontario Chamber of Commerce is launching Small Business Too Big To Ignore, a six month campaign that will highlight the important ...

Kathleen Wynne

Wynne, Brown and Horwath to Address Jobs and the Economy at Ontario Chamber of Commerce AGM

From Thursday, April 28 – Sunday, May 1, 2016 over 150 business leaders from across the province will convene in Oakville for the Ontario Chamber of Commerce Annual General Meeting (AGM), hosted by the Oakville ...

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Too Few Entrepreneurs Able to Scale Up Their Business

Today, the Oakville Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with the Ontario Chamber of Commerce (OCC), released the report, Breaking Barriers: Ontario’s Scale Up Challenge, which identifies the major roadblocks preventing Ontario businesses from expanding and ...

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