The Canadian Chamber of Commerce’s events bring government, business and opinion leaders together to address the issues that are important to the Canadian business community. Our events also allow our members to shape our policy agenda, influencing policy and decision-making to the benefit of Canada and all Canadians.
We offer a variety of event sponsorship opportunities to showcase your company’s brand and strengthen your reputation in the business community. It is only with the support of our members that we are able to continue to produce our high quality events. Sponsorships are offered at various price points and provide a host of benefits for your business. For information on how you can get involved with our events, please contact Melissa McGee at 416.868.6415 (236) or email@example.com.
Be part of our events and help build a Canada that wins.
Regulatory Competitiveness Series 2018
The increasing costs of regulatory compliance and uncertainty affects Canadian businesses of all sizes in all sectors and is a significant barrier to improving Canada’s competitiveness.
Artificial Intelligence Project 2018
We will be undertaking a comprehensive project that aims to facilitate the continued freedom to operate in Canada's burgeoning artificial intelligence development industry.
Business Tax Competitiveness Project 2018
We will be championing the need for a close review of all factors that contribute to, or challenge, Canadian business competitiveness. Included in the project will be an examination of how to make Canada's tax system more competitive.
CPTPP First Mover Advantage Series Workshops: Agri-Food Sector Readiness
To help Canada’s agri-food businesses position themselves for success, we are launching a series of three workshops. The first workshop took place on May 10, in Langley B.C. with our partners Export Action Global and our local partner, the BC Chamber. Read more.
CEO Dinner Super Series 2018
St. John’s, NL | June 18
Saskatoon, SK | September 5
Toronto, ON | October 11
The CEO Dinner Super Series is an exclusive national dinner program that will bring together senior executives and thought leaders for a dialogue on top issues affecting Canadian business.
Ottawa Day: Building a Canada that Wins | October 22
We are excited to be holding an advocacy day in Ottawa. Ottawa Day is an opportunity for our Board, members of our policy committee, corporate sponsors and the presidents of the provincial and territorial chambers to advocate public policy priorities and develop relationships with key parliamentarians and officials.
Our marquee events:
Annual General Meeting and Convention
Our AGM and Convention enables members of the chamber network to plug into the latest developments, trends and issues that are important to the Canadian business community as well as set our policy agenda for the upcoming year.
ICC Canada Arbitration Conference
As the national committee to the ICC International Court of Arbitration, each year we hold a conference to allow the members of our Arbitration Committee to network and gain a better understanding of the issues surrounding Canadian and international arbitration legislation and best practices.
Private Business Growth Award Gala
We have partnered with Grant Thornton LLP to present the Private Business Growth Award. This award seeks to recognize and celebrate dynamic, privately-held businesses whose growth strategy encompasses a broad range of activities across their business.
Thought Leadership Roundtable Series and Crystal Ball Symposium
Our Thought Leadership Roundtable Series and Crystal Ball Symposium are part of a national program that examines how Canadian businesses can contribute to sustainable growth and development.
During our Thought Leadership Roundtables, business, government and academic leaders share strategies and expertise and discuss how to foster and increase Canada's competitiveness. The feedback provided at these meetings helps guide our policy advocacy, including the development of our policy papers.
The Crystal Ball Symposium is an exclusive event for C-suite business executives and senior public servants to learn from and dialogue with experts on how trends in technology, the global economy and international politics will affect Canadian business in the upcoming years.