How the Minister for Tourism can support one of the hardest-hit sectors
Pandemic-related restrictions have disproportionately affected Canada’s tourism, travel, events, and hospitality sectors. It is more important than ever to ensure their survival through the ongoing fourth wave, and any subsequent waves, until they are able to recover.
Canadian Chamber outlines priorities for House Committee studying the Canada-Ukraine trade agreement
On April 4, 2022, Canadian Chamber of Commerce Senior Vice President, Policy and Government Relations, Mark Agnew, appeared before the...
Cultivating Competitiveness: Turning Agri-food Regulatory Reform Promises into Action
Providing employment for 246,000 Canadians Food and beverage processing is the largest manufacturing industry in the country. As a result,...