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The Home Show has received a makeover. It is now called the New Tecumseth Home & Leisure Show and also has a new logo. Book your booth for the 2017 Show taking place April 8 & 9th. Click here for a vendor package and here for an updated floor plan. 

January 31, 2017 Chamber Forum

ADCC Announcements

2017 New Tecumseth Home & Leisure Show
The Home Show is entering into its 49th year and we are pleased to announce that we have updated the show with a new name and logo to better reflect the show and our community. To book your spot at the 2017 show, taking place April 8th & 9th click here for a vendor package and click here for an updated floorplan. Get the spot you want by putting down a deposit to secure your booth selection. Final balances will be due February 2017. (Spaces are available on a first come, first serve basis) 
ACCEPTING VENDORS NOW! GET YOUR VENDOR PACKAGES IN TO THE CHAMBER OFFICE, SPACE IS GOING FAST!

 

ABC

OUR NEXT ABC (Alliston Business Connection) WILL BE HOSTED BY PHYSIOMED AND LIFEBEATS FIRST AID

DATE: TUESDAY, FEB.28/2017

LOCATION: ALLISTON PHYSIOMED

TIME: 5PM 

FOOD AND BEVERAGES WILL BE PROVIDED

WIN FREE RADIO SPOTS, PRIME PLACEMENT ON OUR WEBSITE, AND MUCH MORE!

 


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Help us Burn the Mortgage!
Our 8th Annual Grate Groan-Up Spelling Bee is going to be the BEST EVER!
Renowned Canadian author and award-winning humorist Terry Fallis is our Honorary Chair and we are making the event BIGGER and BETTER.
Your business could play a major part in making this happen by sponsoring the event, entering a team, and donating to the silent auction.  
See all the details of the event and sponsorship opportunities at http://nextstepliteracy.ca/events/spelling-bee
 
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Boot Drive Poster

 

 

NOTTAWASAGA FUTURES

 

Meet up at Nottawasaga Futures

4th Monday of every month at noon

39 Victoria St. E. Alliston in the boardroom

FEBURARY MEET UP:

Monday, Feb 27/2017

12pm - Guest speaker is Laurie Waldrum of Waldrum Consulting

Topic - Tax Season - How to prepare for your year end

RSVP  - 705-435-1540 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

OR look them up at www.meetup.com and look up South Simcoe

 

 

 

 

 

 

Spring has finally “sprung” and with it, a new fiscal year for us at Canadian Blood Services – a time to look back and reflect on the lives saved through blood donation.  You already know that giving blood is one of the most direct ways you can help someone.   Thanks to the generosity of Alliston and Tottenham donors, in the last year, we collected 1307 units of blood at the clinics in this community.  THANK YOU for helping patients!

 

Patients’ needs are constant, and therefore we rely on them for a steady flow of blood donations. For this reason, we need donors to try as much as possible to keep the appointments they make, and if they cannot, to call us to cancel and rebook.  Although donors may think that there is another donor waiting to take their place if they don’t show up for their appointment, this isn’t the case.   When donors do not call to cancel, one critical unit of blood goes uncollected. 

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In this edition of 5 Minutes for Business, Hendrik Brakel, our Senior Director, Economic, Financial and Tax Policy, addresses all the hype - or lack thereof - surrounding the release of the federal budget 2017. It seems all the buildup fostered by the Liberals did not exceed our expectations and if anything, the lackluster document did very little to address the...
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Ottawa, March 22, 2017 – More urgency is needed in reducing business costs and improving competitiveness says the Canadian Chamber of Commerce. “While we welcome specific measures in the budget on skills and innovation, our international competitors are racing ahead,” said the Hon. Perrin Beatty, President and CEO of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce. 
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More urgency is needed in reducing business costs and improving competitiveness says the Canadian Chamber of Commerce. “While we welcome specific measures in the budget on skills and innovation, our international competitors are racing ahead,” said the Hon. Perrin Beatty, President and CEO of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce. “The U.S. election was a game-changer, yet the budget is written as if nothing has...
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