The Halton Hills Chamber of Commerce has served as an anchor institution and the definitive voice of the local business community. Throughout its history, the Chamber has played an important role in bringing together business and community leaders to advocate at all levels of government for policies that further enhance the social and economic prosperity of our city.
What We Do
The Chamber’s Advocacy efforts are reflective of the priorities of our membership and wider business community, further developed through professional expertise of volunteers on our Advocacy Committee and finally, implemented by Chamber staff through their day to day engagement with Governments and the wider Chamber of Commerce network in Canada.
How can members be involved?
Our policy efforts are only made possible through the support and involvement of our membership. Members are actively engaged on our policy issues and can also participate in surveys and special roundtables with government stakeholders.
Chair: Natalie Weed, Re/Max Real Estate Centre
Meetings: The 3rd Tuesday of every month at 9:00am *
* Call to confirm
Past Chair Marnie Hughes and General Manager Kathleen Dills attend the Queen's Park Advocacy Day.