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Supply Chains Council

Supply Chains Council

To ensure that products move, prices are stable and Canada retains its reputation as a desirable trading partner, we need to protect our supply chains.

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The Council

At a time when governments and businesses around the world are looking for stability and predictability in supply chains and trading partners, Canada should be a leader. However, the past few years have demonstrated that our supply chains are only as strong as their weakest link.

Members of the Canadian Chamber’s Supply Chains Council have taken a leadership role in ensuring Canada has resilient, reliable and efficient supply chains from coast to coast. The Council represents a collaborative national forum of organizations spanning various sectors, industries and populations. Working together to ensure the federal government — with full knowledge of the operational realities that allow Canadian businesses to get goods to and from market — can protect our supply chains.

The Council will undertake targeted advocacy and build relationships with senior government officials to foster trust, create dialogue, and offer advice and perspectives on strengthening Canada’s supply chains to ensure that products move, prices are stable and Canada’s reputation as a desirable trading partner is upheld.


Press release: Canadian Chamber’s New Council Responds to Strain on Canada’s Supply Chains. Read more.

Submission: Our Submission to the Treasury Board Secretariat on the Supply Chain Regulatory Review. Read more.

Policy Matters: Canadian Business Is an Integral Part of the Economic Solution. Read more.