Tag: Windsor Essex Chamber of Commerce
AM800 CKLW: WINDSOR ESSEX CHAMBER OF COMMERCE GOES TO QUEENS PARK LOBBY DAY
Rakesh Naidu, president and CEO Windsor Essex Chamber of Commerce discusses going to Queen’s Park to lobby with other chambers for issues.
Hamilton gets a “Bus Barn”? Why not “Garage Mahal”?
Hamilton issues bids for a $300mil transit “Bus Barn” garage that Mayor Dilkens calls a “Garage Mahal” for Windsor. Transit Windsor needs it; so what gives?
WDET: Will Windsor Become a Weed Empire?
Officials say Canada will almost certainly legalize recreational marijuana next year, and Windsor is likely to cash-in.
ourWindsor: All options for legal marijuana distribution should be analyzed, says Windsor chamber president
The Ontario government needs to “rigorously and transparently” analyze all of the alternative methods for distributing recreational marijuana ahead of its July 1 legalization date, says the president of the Windsor-Essex Chamber of Commerce.
ourWindsor.ca: Chamber of Commerce reaction to 2013 Ontario budget
Premier Kathleen Wynne’s minority Liberal government has handed down a budget which just might have gone far enough to appease the NDP to avoid an election. While PC leader Tim Hudak isn’t content with Wynne’s budget, Windsor and Essex Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Matt Marchand expressed that it was a “modestly good budget for Windsor-Essex”.
ourWindsor.ca: Opposition to proposed entry fee to USA at land border crossings
Local politicians and business leaders are up in arms over an entry levy proposed by the United States Department of Homeland Security that would see travelers entering the United States via a land border crossing charged an entry fee.
ourWindsor.ca: Local reaction to 2013 federal budget mixed
When Jim Flaherty presented the Conservative’s 2013 budget to the House of Commons yesterday, many in the region were put at ease to learn that it aimed to increase both jobs and skills training.
ourWindsor.ca: Premier Wynne visits Windsor, the “Best kept secret in the province”
Premier Kathleen Wynne was in Windsor on Monday to take part in a roundtable discussion centred on job creation, bringing together community and business leaders.
ourWindsor.ca: Region negatively impacted as Senate halts single-sports betting
With the Super Bowl upon us, undoubtedly the biggest sporting event in North America (sorry hockey fans), Windsorites, Members of Parliament and sports fans alike are fuming and gritting their teeth at the missed opportunities that single sports betting would have provided for the region.
ourWindsor.ca: The Stilt Guys give tips for Dragons Den auditions
CBC’s Dragons’ Den Windsor auditions are being held in Windsor tomorrow, and with a slate of local entrepreneurs hoping to make their big pitches, ourWindsor.ca sat down with Windsorite Mark Lefebvre of The Stilt Guys to talk about his experience on the show.