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Access to Trade Is Essential for Canadian Economy

27-08-2015

Photo left to right: Perrin Beatty, President and CEO, The Canadian Chamber of Commerce; Allan O’Dette, President and CEO, Ontario Chamber of Commerce, Janet De Silva, President and CEO, Toronto Region Board of Trade, and; Mark Romoff, President and CEO, Canadian Council for Public Private Partnerships

Canada’s economy depends heavily on trade and it is essential for businesses across the country to be able to get their goods to market. This morning at a press conference near the aging Gardiner Expressway, our President and CEO, the Hon. Perrin Beatty was joined by the President and CEO of the Ontario Chamber of Commerce, Allan O’Dette, and the President and CEO of the Toronto ...

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Canada Needs Access to Markets: Three Tiers of Chambers of Commerce Call on Federal Parties to Commit to Investing in Trade-enabling Infrastructure

Toronto, Aug. 27, 2015 – Canada’s economy depends heavily on trade and it is essential for businesses across the country to be able to get their goods to market. This morning at a press conference near the aging Gardiner Expressway, the Canadian Chamber of Commerce, the Ontario Chamber of Commerce and the Toronto Region Board of Trade sent a message to all the federal parties: the next federal government must have a clear vision on trade that includes essential infrastructure investments.

Posted on 27-08-2015

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