Main Menu
Page Menu



Automation Not Domination: Building AI Policies That Win


As the third-largest concentration of Artificial Intelligence(AI) experts in the world, Canada has emerged as a leader in the global race to develop AI, but businesses have a lot on their plate keeping up with the rapid pace and complex developments in their industry. AI-enabled systems are increasingly prevalent across all sectors, which is whywe need to ensure our country’s business competitiveness with the proper policies that help businesses stay in the global AI race.

This is why we published three reports following our cross-country roundtable discussions that explore the range of policy options for investment, innovation, integration and workforce sustainability pertaining to AI.



Canadian Chamber of Commerce launches National Cannabis Working Group to support sector’s global aspirations

(OTTAWA) – June 25, 2019 – As the first G20 economy to legalize recreational cannabis for adult use, Canada must do more to take advantage of its first-mover status and realize the full economic potential of the country’s burgeoning industry.

To support these global ambitions, the Canadian Chamber of Commerce has established the National Cannabis Working Group to develop and advocate for public policies that will improve the growth and competitiveness of the Canadian cannabis sector, and help governments achieve their health and safety objectives.

Posted on 25-06-2019

Lessons in Reconciliation: How businesses and Indigenous peoples work together in Saskatoon

(OTTAWA) – June 21, 2019 – Reconciliation means many different things to many different people, but a new report finds most agree success depends on small, focussed actions undertaken day-by-day.

The Canadian Chamber of Commerce report, Lessons in Reconciliation: What We Heard in Saskatoon, captured the perspectives of Indigenous and non-Indigenous business and community leaders from the first of three roundtablesin Western, Central and Atlantic Canada.

Posted on 21-06-2019

Featured Publications

Lessons in Reconciliation: What we Heard in Saskatoon (June 2019)

On May 13, we sat down with business and Indigenous leaders in Saskatoon to hear what they had to say regarding reconciliation, what it means to them, their communities and their businesses.

Back to the Future: Alcohol and Interprovincial Trade Barriers (June 2019)

This 5 Minutes for Business takes you back in time through all the interprovincial trade inefficiencies and hopelessly outdated promises made by Canada’s Premiers that are obstructing the liberation of alcohol trade.

View All Publications