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Positioning Ontario And The GTA To Attract Green Investment

The Greater Toronto Marketing Alliance was proud to present the International Leaders Breakfast Club Meeting on Friday, March 27, 2009 at the Tosca Banquet Hall & Conference Centre, 800 Champlain Ave., Oshawa, ON. The keynote speaker was The Honourable George Smitherman, Deputy Premier Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure speaking about “Building Our Renewable Energy Industry, Creating A Culture Of Conservation And Positioning Ontario And The Gta To Attract Green Investment”.

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OCC Focus

Employment Rules Changing For Business
eport from the Ontario Chamber of Commerce (OCC)
All businesses will be directly affected by new Ontario rules governing how you, in every aspect of your business, must accommodate people with disabilities.  Government Announces New Green Energy Plan Ontario's current power grid has made it difficult for small business in the renewable energy sector to bring their projects to life and tap into Ontario's energy market. All this will change if the province's proposed Green Energy Act becomes law.

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COPR Report

Sgt. Colin Shaw
Durham Regional Police, Centralized Oshawa Problem-Based Response Unit (COPR)

The COPR unit is continuing its initiative on graffiti following a very successful enforcement initiative. For those that are not aware, the unit has arrested four individuals, responsible for about 90 % of the 300 or so identified locations of graffiti in our downtown and surrounding community. 55 criminal charges of mischief have filed on these individuals. Congratulations to PC Ryan Kapeluk and PC Glen Brown on an excellent investigation.


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OCC Needs Your Voice

The Ontario Chamber of Commerce invited members to submit policy resolutions for debate at the 2009 Annual General Meeting and Convention, held at Hockley Valley Resort, Orangeville, on April 30 to May 2.

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Chamber Pre-2009 Budget Submission

Building A Stronger Economy Is The Top Priority For Canada
The current economic crisis is by far the most serious in over half a century. It threatens the survival of thousands of Canadian businesses and the well-being of millions of families and impacts the lives of the over half a million citizens of Durham Region and the Greater Oshawa area.

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Episode Nine: The One Where We Meet Our Number 1 #Fanboy

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Chamber Videos

Your Greater Oshawa Chamber of Commerce recently upgraded its database! Learn how to use it in this how-to video.