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Mississauga Board of Trade sends best wishes to Allan O’Dette, as he moves on from his position at the Ontario Chamber of Commerce.
Below is the communication received from the OCC:
Yesterday, Allan O’Dette announced his decision to resign as President & CEO of the Ontario Chamber of Commerce to the Board of Directors. After five years of success in this role, Allan will be moving on to a new opportunity that will be announced shortly.
The Ontario Chamber of Commerce made its Provincial Pre Budget Submission today. Your Mississauga Board of Trade is a proud member of the OCC and a contributor to this submission. The document makes recommendations to the Provincial Government to focus on four key areas.
Mississauga Board of Trade in partnership with the Ontario Chamber of Commerce (OCC), released the inaugural Ontario Economic Report (OER), a landmark agenda aimed at shaping and informing future public policy. The OER includes entirely new economic analyses that demonstrate the difficult economic environment faced by Ontario businesses and consumers in 2017.
The Canadian Chamber of Commerce released its 2017 Crystal Ball report. 2017: Changing Uncertainty into Opportunity for Canadian Business provides an outlook for businesses in a year likely to have great uncertainty primarily due to the results of the United States Presidential election.
The Mississauga Board of Trade (MBOT) congratulates the City of Mississauga on another very significant year in building permit values. This is yet another sign of a City that is good for business.
We all had our fingers crossed in the business community, when Prime Minister Trudeau announced his first cabinet shuffle. We applaud him for making some tough calls, moving long standing loyalists out to make way for better suited candidates to deal with President Elect Trump.
October 4: Mississauga Board of Trade (MBOT) reports that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said that the federal government will impose a carbon pricing regime
Mississauga Board of Trade (MBOT) welcomes the release of the 2016 Policy Resolutions approved in September at the Annual Meeting of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce.