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National Working Groups

Working groups are comprised of some of Canada’s leading companies and organizations that have a shared interest in developing and advocating public policy changes that will improve the growth and competitiveness of their sectors. Below are the available working groups on which you can participate:


 

This working group will build on our continuous work in the areas of regulatory, trade and labour market reform to enhance the agriculture and agri-food sector’s competitiveness.

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This working group will develop, report on and advocate policy matters that will strengthen the Canadian cannabis sector, help governments achieve their health and safety objectives and facilitate an environment where open dialogue between stakeholders can enable collaboration in preparation for global adaptation.

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Many businesses now realize there is significant economic and environmental value in closing the loop on product manufacturing. The National Circular Economy Working Group works to develop extended product responsibility strategies so that products can be reused, companies can cut waste, product values are maximized and businesses remain close to their customers after the point of sale.

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The working group is a targeted initiative that brings together industry leaders from Canada’s best-known restaurants and food service providers to create a united message. The working group will report on and advocate for policies that benefit the food services sector and facilitate dialogue between industry and government.

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The National Pharmacare Working Group was created to allow employers a central role in shaping a national pharmacare plan that works for all Canadians.

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This working group will serve as a strategic foresight group to develop a five-year outlook for the utility sector, focusing on key trends in energy demand, technology and regulatory challenges.

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The National Workforce Strategies Working Group will serve as a strategic advisory and foresight group focused on key trends in workforce recruitment, retention and productivity. The working group will build on the our work in the area of workforce planning through targeted advocacy, industry panels and government relations and is open to all members of the Canadian Chamber with an interest in labour markets, skills profiles, training, education and employment standards and practices.

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