“Creating communities within communities”

Discover how the Atlantic Immigration Program is helping employers attract skilled newcomers to Nova Scotia.

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Chamber Events

The Halifax Chamber offers over 100 events each year, including networking events, business luncheons, information sessions and galas; there is a little something for everyone. We provide the opportunity to gain new business knowledge while making valuable connections in the community. To see our upcoming event list, please visit our online calendar of events.

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Breakfast: Innovative Robotics with QEII Foundation

December 14, 2022 | 7:30AM-9:30AM | Halifax Convention Centre

Halifax is at the forefront of robot-assisted surgery. Join us for an interactive panel discussion with the medical experts who perform these life-changing robotic surgeries and who are leading its cutting-edge research.

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FREE TRAINING: Gender Equity, Diversity and Inclusion

January 4, 2023 | 9:00AM-4:30PM | Halifax Chamber of Commerce Boardroom

Halifax is the second most gender-diverse city in Canada! Everyone has a role to play in promoting gender equality.

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Business Voice

Business Voice is Halifax’s business magazine. Digitally published every month for members of the Halifax Chamber of Commerce and Halifax’s business community, it is the main communication vehicle for members, containing information and updates on all areas of the Chamber’s work.

The magazine enjoys a wide reach through the Chamber's website, bulletin and social media platforms. The estimated monthly readership for the publication is 5,500 on all communication channels combined.

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Atlantic Immigration Program helping employers attract skilled newcomers to Nova Scotia

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Agents of Change 10.0

November 1, 2022

Entrepreneurs and innovators bringing sustainability and positive change to the forefront

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The Halifax Chamber strengthens your voice in front of all levels of government. We express your concerns to influence policy and increase economic prosperity in Halifax. We believe when we work together, we make Halifax a better place to do business. Experiencing red tape issues? Reach out to our Advocacy team!

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Patrick Sullivan, President and CEO of Halifax Chamber
Featured Member

Geo's Restaurant & Pizzeria

Member since 2021

Geo's Pizzeria, a neighborhood restaurant that recently revealed its brand-new Logo! Geo's menu features wide range of exceptional cuisine, including pizza, power bowls, Authentic Mediterranean dishes, and more. All prepared with utmost attention to quality, flavour, and presentation. Stop by for a bite, a drink, or try Geo's exceptional catering services.

(902) 404-0808


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