Online Interactive Town Hall

BY lindseyr


During the town hall, Marchand will outline last year’s activities and discuss plans for the future of the Chamber. A Question and Answer session with members will follow.

The past two years have seen the Chamber rise to new visibility and advocate on behalf of its members more than ever before. Some of these advocacy issues include Single Sports Betting, Minimum Wage, Immigrant Investors, Cross-Border Shopping, Interest Arbitration, Energy, Agri-Food. This advocacy was recognized by the Ontario Chamber of Commerce as the Windsor-Essex Chamber was awarded its first ever Advocacy Award for its work in 2012 and was awarded the Ontario Chamber of Commerce Chair’s Award for its Gold Circle Program in 2013.

The online interactive town hall will take place online at Members will able to login online to listen or phone in to listen to the presentation. To register, email Lindsey Rivait, Communications Coordinator, at

Date: Wednesday, February 26
Time: 12:00 – 12:45 p.m.
Location: Online, email