The Canadian Chamber of Commerce’s events bring government, business and opinion leaders together to address the issues that are important to the Canadian business community. Our events also allow our members to shape our policy agenda, influencing policy and decision-making to the benefit of Canada and all Canadians.
We offer a variety of event sponsorship opportunities to showcase your company’s brand and strengthen your reputation in the business community. It is only with the support of our members that we are able to continue to produce our high quality events. Sponsorships are offered at various price points and provide a host of benefits for your business. For information on how you can get involved with our events, please contact Melissa McGee at 416.868.6415 (3236) or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join us as a Canadian Chamber of Commerce Excellence Level Partner and you will be supporting important national initiatives as well as providing your own customers, employees, suppliers and other vital stakeholders with tangible evidence of your organization’s commitment to excellence and to the success of Canadian business.
March 24, Calgary, AB | March 26, Vancouver, BC
April 1, Toronto, ON | May 13, Montreal
The Executive Dinner Series is an exclusive national dinner program that will bring together senior executives and thought leaders for a dialogue on top issues impacting Canadian business.
May 6, Reception | May 7, Hill Day Meetings
The Canadian Chamber of Commerce will be holding an advocacy day in 2020 to advance key policy priorities to better build, grow and sustain relationships with key parliamentarians and officials. A primary focus will be to build upon the messages of our Roadmap to Prosperity platform.
Established in 1992, our International Business Leader Awards recognize business executives from Canadian companies whose visionary corporate leadership has allowed their company to develop a strong, competitive Canadian presence in global markets. This year, we are honouring the Hon. Hal Jackman and Barry Lorenzetti.
Our AGM and Convention brings together over 320 chamber of commerce executives and community business leaders to discuss the economic and political issues affecting the prosperity of Canadian business and sets our policy agenda for the upcoming year.
The Thought Leadership Series brings together business, government and academic leaders to share strategies and expertise and discuss how to foster the competitiveness of Canada. The feedback provided at these high level discussions helps to guide our policy advocacy.
Thank you to our Excellence Partners