Digital Main Street

Kawartha Chamber Launches Digital Service Squad to Help Small Businesses Adopt Online Technologies

Receives $45,000 Digital Main Street Grant

The Kawartha Chamber of Commerce and Tourism has received a $45,000 grant from Digital Main Street Ontario for a Digital Service Squad (DSS) to help small downtown businesses use digital technologies to adapt to a rapidly changing environment.  Funding for the grant is provided by the federal program FedDev Ontario.

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Black Friday & Cyber Monday – Choose Local

Choose Local

The Kawartha Chamber is encouraging everyone to Choose Local! this holiday season and beyond. Small businesses are owned by our friends and neighbours, and they need our patronage now more than ever. When you choose to buy local the benefits extend to their suppliers, employees and community initiatives that they in turn support.

This Black Friday, we have complied local deals to make it easier than ever to support local!  We will be updating information as it becomes available.

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Choose Local! Video

The Kawartha Chamber of Commerce & Tourism encourages you to Choose Local! this holiday season…

Choose Local!

This Holiday Season – Choose Local!

Kawartha Chamber of Commerce & Tourism New Campaign Launch

Holiday season is once again upon us. It has been a whirlwind year and businesses continue to adapt to these challenging times. This holiday season will still be filled with joy and cheer even if it looks a little different.

The Kawartha Chamber is encouraging everyone to Choose Local! this holiday season and beyond. Small businesses are owned by our friends and neighbours, and they need our patronage now more than ever. When you choose to buy local the benefits extend to their suppliers, employees and community initiatives that they in turn support.

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Remembrance Day 2020

Remembrance Day in the Kawarthas

Read information below on Remembrance Day Ceremonies in our 6 local communities. 

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The Great Mosaic: Reviving Ontario’s Regional Economies

Report by Ontario Chamber of Commerce

 

Ontario’s economy is undergoing a period of rapid change. Twenty-first century globalization, urbanization, and technological transformation are challenging the status quo and redefining what it means to be competitive. Given these and other pressures, Ontario’s overall prosperity will increasingly depend on the strength of its regions. Yet, research demonstrates that population and economic growth have been remarkably imbalanced in recent decades, with growth rates in the Greater Golden Horseshoe and Ottawa far surpassing those in other areas of Ontario.

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