Business Voice

Latest Issue: June 2021

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Collaboration and community

June 3, 2021

Significant projects, such as the recent acquisition of Clearwater, are generating economic benefits for First Nation communities in Atlantic Canada and returning them to their traditions in a modern way.

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Responsible Business

Accessibility means thinking outside and beyond the wheelchair sign. Only then can we make meaningful changes in becoming truly inclusive. Learn how from experts with diverse accessibility backgrounds interviewed to shed light on different perspectives.

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Profile

Ranked as one of the top undergraduate universities in Nova Scotia, Acadia University is encouraging student-led community building programs. It is a highly respected school where inspired learning is always happening!

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Working for you

Our new Vice President of Policy hails down from civic and private sectors to advocate for Chamber members. Kent Roberts told us about his time before joining our team and what he's looking forward to in the future.

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2020 task force update

June 11, 2020

The Halifax Chamber is always here to provide awareness and input for the business community.

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The annual general meeting options given the direction of the Minister under a Declared State of Emergency .

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Tianchu Tang dips into many marketing avenues to learn the most while Supriya hones in her skills to ensure a successful business internship.

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Nancy Conrad reflects on the Chamber working together with its partners to overcome uncertainty and tackle issues related to COVID-19. She looks forward to the recovery phase and rebuilding the economy.

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PLANifax tapped into the Graduate to Opportunity program (GTO), which helps start-ups, small businesses under 100 full-time employees, non-profits and social enterprises offset the cost of hiring a recent graduate.

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Vote your concerns!

September 12, 2019

Whatever your political beliefs (or lack thereof) may be, we at the Halifax Chamber of Commerce encourage you to vote!

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Why exporting matters

September 12, 2019

Exporting from Nova Scotia isn’t reserved for lobsters and tires. Nova Scotians are exporting consumer goods, marketing services, forestry materials and much more.

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Vote your concerns!

August 29, 2019

Get the right information, make the right choices

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Why exporting matters

August 29, 2019

How Canada's Trade Accelerator Program is your key to growing in 2020

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Asking yourself the right questions can lead to the right answers

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How we can create a barrier-free environment

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So what has happened in the past year or so? Our panel — a group of five experts with varying backgrounds — went through some our member’s questions, including the biggest one: What about the stigma?

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Advocacy asks for government

February 1, 2019

New strategic plan brings new asks

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Add your voice

February 1, 2019

Chamber launches advocacy email tool

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When technology fails

July 1, 2018

Canadians lost access to their social media accounts, internet browsing capability went to zero and calling, texting and emailing was almost impossible.

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For employers, hiring a co-op student can be incredibly exciting. Opening up your doors for a student to gain real life experience, while still in school, is something that can change a student’s perspective on education.

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If I took one message away from the Chamber’s Wonder Women Workshop on March 2, it’s this: Stop apologizing for being awesome.

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Emma Menchefski

Communications Manager, Halifax Chamber of Commerce

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