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A Message from the President

A Message from the President

Welcome to fall! I hope you had an enjoyable summer.  Many of the chamber committees will be starting up this month. More information on each committee is detailed on the chamber’s website. If you are interested in joining...

A Message from the CEO

A Message from the CEO

 In July, WorkSafeNB held their annual general meeting in Fredericton and provided an update on the progress being made on lowering the highest rate in the country. While we are not expecting a large drop in premiums for 2020, the information...

Advocacy Update

Advocacy Update

– By Morgan Peters Presentation to City Council In July, the chamber presented to the City of Fredericton’s Development Committee. The presentation focused on the committee’s three priorities: economic development, tourism and planning/zoning. Our submitted brief can...

Fredericton Chamber of Commerce Hosts Loran Scholar Intern

Fredericton Chamber of Commerce Hosts Loran Scholar Intern

by Morgan Peters Since 1988, the Loran Scholars Foundation and its partner universities have led the way with Canada’s largest and most comprehensive undergraduate award. LORAN Scholars are young student with a breadth of academic and extra-curricular interests,...

2019 Federal Election

2019 Federal Election

– by Morgan Peters As the 2019 federal election approaches, both the Canadian Chamber of Commerce and the Fredericton chamber will provide information about candidates, platforms and parties that our members need to know. As part of our pre-election review, chambers...

Fredericton’s New Immigration Strategy

Fredericton’s New Immigration Strategy

– By Morgan Peters Population growth. Workforce expansion. Labour market development. However you frame it, Fredericton (and New Brunswick) needs more people if we are going to be a sustainable province for future generations. The province is aging and our growth has...

Reconciliation Roundtable

Reconciliation Roundtable

– by Susanna Cloff-Clyburne Over the spring and summer of 2019, the Canadian Chamber of Commerce hosted three “Reconciliation Roundtables” across Canada – one in each of Western, Central and Atlantic Canada. The Atlantic Canada session was held in Fredericton on June...

Inclusive Hiring Supports FCC

– By Corinne Arseneau Inclusive hiring works. New Brunswick Association for Community Living (NBACL) and the Ready, Willing & Able (RWA) program are encouraged by Fredericton businesses that are creating real-work-for-real-pay employment for individuals with an...

ONB Brings Value to the Province

ONB Brings Value to the Province

- By Krista Ross Having an overarching economic development organization in the province like ONB provides the benefit of coordination of economic development activities at a local level. Without an entity like ONB, it is likely that communities would default to...

Say Hello to Our Newest Chamber Members

Say Hello to Our Newest Chamber Members

Jennifer L. Boudreau ConsultingFredericton, NBTel: (506) 471-5018Email: jl.boudreau@icloud.comMain Contact: Jennifer Boudreau Rabbit Town Coffee Co.Fredericton, NBTel: (506) 440-0181Email: stefloukes@gmail.comWebsite: rabbittowncoffee.comMain Contact: Stefanie Loukes...

The Chamber Buzz

The Chamber Buzz

The May Business After Hours was hosted by Riverview Ford. Inclusive Decision Making: Turning Evidence Into Action was presented by Katie Davey as part of our Boardroom Sessions. Our Annual Mental Health Matters Day was a great success again this year. Thanks to the...

A Message from the President

A Message from the President

Welcome to fall! I hope you had an enjoyable summer.  Many of the chamber committees will be starting up this month. More information on each committee is detailed on the chamber’s website. If you are interested in joining...

A Message from the President

A Message from the President

Welcome to fall! I hope you had an enjoyable summer.  Many of the chamber committees will be starting up this month. More information on each committee is detailed on the chamber’s website. If you are interested in joining...

A Message from the CEO

A Message from the CEO

 In July, WorkSafeNB held their annual general meeting in Fredericton and provided an update on the progress being made on lowering the highest rate in the country. While we are not expecting a large drop in premiums for 2020, the information...

Advocacy Update

Advocacy Update

– By Morgan Peters Presentation to City Council In July, the chamber presented to the City of Fredericton’s Development Committee. The presentation focused on the committee’s three priorities: economic development, tourism and planning/zoning. Our submitted brief can...

Fredericton Chamber of Commerce Hosts Loran Scholar Intern

Fredericton Chamber of Commerce Hosts Loran Scholar Intern

by Morgan Peters Since 1988, the Loran Scholars Foundation and its partner universities have led the way with Canada’s largest and most comprehensive undergraduate award. LORAN Scholars are young student with a breadth of academic and extra-curricular interests,...

2019 Federal Election

2019 Federal Election

– by Morgan Peters As the 2019 federal election approaches, both the Canadian Chamber of Commerce and the Fredericton chamber will provide information about candidates, platforms and parties that our members need to know. As part of our pre-election review, chambers...

Fredericton’s New Immigration Strategy

Fredericton’s New Immigration Strategy

– By Morgan Peters Population growth. Workforce expansion. Labour market development. However you frame it, Fredericton (and New Brunswick) needs more people if we are going to be a sustainable province for future generations. The province is aging and our growth has...

A Message from the President

A Message from the President

Welcome to fall! I hope you had an enjoyable summer.  Many of the chamber committees will be starting up this month. More information on each committee is detailed on the chamber’s website. If you are interested in joining...

A Message from the CEO

A Message from the CEO

 In July, WorkSafeNB held their annual general meeting in Fredericton and provided an update on the progress being made on lowering the highest rate in the country. While we are not expecting a large drop in premiums for 2020, the information...

Advocacy Update

Advocacy Update

– By Morgan Peters Presentation to City Council In July, the chamber presented to the City of Fredericton’s Development Committee. The presentation focused on the committee’s three priorities: economic development, tourism and planning/zoning. Our submitted brief can...

Fredericton Chamber of Commerce Hosts Loran Scholar Intern

Fredericton Chamber of Commerce Hosts Loran Scholar Intern

by Morgan Peters Since 1988, the Loran Scholars Foundation and its partner universities have led the way with Canada’s largest and most comprehensive undergraduate award. LORAN Scholars are young student with a breadth of academic and extra-curricular interests,...

2019 Federal Election

2019 Federal Election

– by Morgan Peters As the 2019 federal election approaches, both the Canadian Chamber of Commerce and the Fredericton chamber will provide information about candidates, platforms and parties that our members need to know. As part of our pre-election review, chambers...

Fredericton’s New Immigration Strategy

Fredericton’s New Immigration Strategy

– By Morgan Peters Population growth. Workforce expansion. Labour market development. However you frame it, Fredericton (and New Brunswick) needs more people if we are going to be a sustainable province for future generations. The province is aging and our growth has...

A Message from the President

A Message from the President

Welcome to fall! I hope you had an enjoyable summer.  Many of the chamber committees will be starting up this month. More information on each committee is detailed on the chamber’s website. If you are interested in joining...

Reconciliation Roundtable

Reconciliation Roundtable

– by Susanna Cloff-Clyburne Over the spring and summer of 2019, the Canadian Chamber of Commerce hosted three “Reconciliation Roundtables” across Canada – one in each of Western, Central and Atlantic Canada. The Atlantic Canada session was held in Fredericton on June...

Inclusive Hiring Supports FCC

– By Corinne Arseneau Inclusive hiring works. New Brunswick Association for Community Living (NBACL) and the Ready, Willing & Able (RWA) program are encouraged by Fredericton businesses that are creating real-work-for-real-pay employment for individuals with an...

ONB Brings Value to the Province

ONB Brings Value to the Province

- By Krista Ross Having an overarching economic development organization in the province like ONB provides the benefit of coordination of economic development activities at a local level. Without an entity like ONB, it is likely that communities would default to...

Reconciliation Roundtable

Reconciliation Roundtable

– by Susanna Cloff-Clyburne Over the spring and summer of 2019, the Canadian Chamber of Commerce hosted three “Reconciliation Roundtables” across Canada – one in each of Western, Central and Atlantic Canada. The Atlantic Canada session was held in Fredericton on June...

Inclusive Hiring Supports FCC

– By Corinne Arseneau Inclusive hiring works. New Brunswick Association for Community Living (NBACL) and the Ready, Willing & Able (RWA) program are encouraged by Fredericton businesses that are creating real-work-for-real-pay employment for individuals with an...

ONB Brings Value to the Province

ONB Brings Value to the Province

- By Krista Ross Having an overarching economic development organization in the province like ONB provides the benefit of coordination of economic development activities at a local level. Without an entity like ONB, it is likely that communities would default to...

The Chamber Buzz

The Chamber Buzz

The May Business After Hours was hosted by Riverview Ford. Inclusive Decision Making: Turning Evidence Into Action was presented by Katie Davey as part of our Boardroom Sessions. Our Annual Mental Health Matters Day was a great success again this year. Thanks to the...

The Chamber Buzz

The Chamber Buzz

The May Business After Hours was hosted by Riverview Ford. Inclusive Decision Making: Turning Evidence Into Action was presented by Katie Davey as part of our Boardroom Sessions. Our Annual Mental Health Matters Day was a great success again this year. Thanks to the...

The Chamber Buzz

The Chamber Buzz

The May Business After Hours was hosted by Riverview Ford. Inclusive Decision Making: Turning Evidence Into Action was presented by Katie Davey as part of our Boardroom Sessions. Our Annual Mental Health Matters Day was a great success again this year. Thanks to the...

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