Business Voice

Latest Issue: July / August 2022

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“Queer all year”

July 6, 2022

Celebrating Pride season in the Halifax business community — and moving beyond it.

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Spotlight

Local film and television productions shining spotlight on Nova Scotia.

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Member Profile

Building a roster of creative and technical professionals at The Well Creative Consultancy.

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2021 Priorities

February 4, 2021

The Provincial Pre-Budget Submission outlines our member's concerns and policy goals for the new budget. This submission highlights the top priorities of the Halifax Chamber’s membership, focusing on mitigating the impacts of COVID-19.

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Sharing knowledge and networks with young professionals can make a big impact on their lives, your business, our city and province.

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During this holiday season amidst a challenging year

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We’re aware of the impact of COVID-19 on our local business community, which is all the more reason to support local! Our policy analyst breaks down the importance of shopping local this holiday season.

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Leading the way

November 12, 2020

A committee is leading the development and implementation of the Road to Economic Prosperity Plan, an ANS community led and owned initiative for economic growth in partnership with Halifax Partnership and HRM.

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It's been a pleasure!

November 12, 2020

Barbi Holland looks back at her Chamber tenure with fondness. She's forever grateful for the amazing experience and tries to capture it in this farewell piece. Barbi will be embarking on her next journey in PEI come December!

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Grievances mediation is not an easy feat! But if handled the right way, they can be beneficial. Jarrod Baboushkin from CMS explains all that is grievances mediation.

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The 2020 edition of the Halifax Index is out! Chief Economist, Ian Munro from the Halifax Partnership discusses the successes of 2019 and how they set us up for a successful recovery of the current COVID-19 economy.

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Finding a silver lining

September 7, 2020

The past few months have not been short of conversations on the negative impact of COVID-19, our new normal and what the future holds for us. As extremely evident as that is, there are a few silver linings worth mentioning and reflecting on!

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A leader in ecology-friendly lawn care in Nova Scotia, Nutri-Lawn is celebrating 30-years of nourishing lawns and lives. Its success is built on passionate, dependable and professional employees who embrace the company values and core beliefs.

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Our policy team reflects on Wave 1 of the pandemic and provides advocacy and support to rebuild the Nova Scotia economy. They also recommend preparation for a potential Wave 2 and what it may entail for our members and the Halifax business community.

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We’d like to give a warm welcome to our new Board members for the 2020-2021 year at the Halifax Chamber: Ann Divine, Chris Cowper-Smith, David Rideout, Hon. Joanne Bernard, Karim George and Martha Casey. Read their bios.

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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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