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Meet Environmental Dynamics Inc. (EDI)

EDI – a Canadian Chamber member since 2014 – is a western and northern Canadian environmental consulting firm that focuses on living things and where they live. Since coming to Yukon in 2000, EDI has grown its local workforce to 25 people and, along the way, has experienced an exceptionally low turnover rate. In early June, EDI’s Whitehorse office was one of two employers to receive the Yukon Chamber of Commerce’s Innovative Employment and Retention Strategies Awards for 2017.



Saint John Selected to Host Canadian Chamber's 2019 AGM and Convention

Saint John, NB, June 19, 2017 - The Canadian Chamber of Commerce, together with the Saint John Region Chamber of Commerce, Discover Saint John, and the Saint John Hotel Association, is pleased to announce that Saint John, New Brunswick has been selected to host its 2019 Canadian Chamber of Commerce Annual General Meeting (AGM) and Convention, to be held from September 21 to 23, 2019.

Posted on 19-06-2017

Competing in a new economy: Canadian Chamber launches Skills for an Automated Future project

Toronto, June 9, 2017 — The Canadian business sector must prepare itself now for major changes coming to the labour market which could affect up to 32% of jobs, reveal participants of a roundtable hosted by the Canadian Chamber of Commerce.This roundtable kicked off a series of such events which will be held across the country with the goal of exploring how businesses can find the talent they need to remain competitive in a world of changing technology.

Posted on 09-06-2017

Featured Publications

5 Minutes for Business: Modernizing NAFTA – Come Join Our Campaign! (June 22)

This brief reflects on the relentless efforts of business communities around the world in support of trade what you can do to put the power of the network behind NAFTA.

5 Minutes for Business: How Europe Got Her Groove Back (June 8)

This brief reflects on the prosperous impact the European elections have fostered for both the European and Canadian economy.

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