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.
Alliston District Chamber of Commerce ("Alliston Chamber") is focused on providing business services to area businesses. None of the information or tools provided by Alliston Chamber are intended for unethical or illegal marketing practices, included, but not limited to:
Alliston Chamber does not participate in spamming and maintains a zero tolerance spam policy. Those who enter into business relationships with Alliston Chamber (including, but not limited to, affiliates and joint venture partners) and choose to promote Alliston Chamber using spam will have their relationship with Alliston Chamber immediately terminated.
We record the IP addresses of most subscriptions, sales, and affiliates. If an e-mail address is subscribed to our system without the owner’s permission, the host of the IP will be contacted and pursued to terminate the user.
Alliston Chamber maintains ethical practices and will not tolerate any misuse of our tools and resources by any third party. If misuse occurs, we will do everything in our power to immediately terminate the relationship and prevent any further misuse.
Information may be used by the web site to complete the activity for which it was provided, whether the activity is a one-time event, such as returning the results from a web search, forwarding an e-mail message or placing an order; or a recurring event, such as providing a subscription service or allowing access to an online address book or electronic wallet.
Information may be used for the technical support of the web site and its computer system. For example, to process computer account information, to secure and maintain the site, or to verify web site activity by the site or its agents.
Information may be used to enhance, evaluate, or otherwise review the web site, service, product, or market.
This web site, entities for whom it is acting as an agent, and/or entities acting as its agent have access to this information. An agent in this instance is defined as a third party that processes data only for the completion of the stated purpose, such as a shipping firm.
Unique identifiers issued by a web site or service for the purpose of identifying an individual over time.
Mechanisms, such as HTTP cookies, for maintaining an active connection with an individual or for automatically identifying an individual who has visited a particular site or previously accessed particular content.
The absence of a name or logo in this list does not constitute a waiver of any and all intellectual property rights that Alliston Chamber has established in any of its product, feature, or service names or logos.
We invite you to contact us if you have questions about this policy. You may contact us by mail at the following address:
60B Victoria St. W.
PO Box 32
Alliston ON L9R 1T9
You may contact us by e-mail at:
You may call us at (705) 435-7921
The Opportunities Canada Needs to Build the Next 150 Years of Business Success
Blogs 16-02-2017 00:00
Ottawa, February 16, 2017—In a year of political and economic uncertainty, the Canadian Chamber of Commerce has identified Ten Ways to Build a Canada That Wins, a list of key opportunities that Canada can seize right now to give itself a stronger competitive edge, improve its productivity and grow its economy.Read more...
Today, we are releasing Ten Ways to Build a Canada that Wins—a list of 10 opportunities Canada can seize right now to regain its competitiveness, improve its productivity and grow its economy. We have also outlined specific recommendations to advocate throughout the year. This is a change from the annual list of the Top 10 Barriers to Canadian Competitiveness that we have...Read more...
Canadian Business Speaks Up: An Analysis of the Adoption of Internet-based Technology
Blogs 15-02-2017 00:00
Today, we released a report entitled, Canadian Business Speaks Up: An Analysis of the Adoption of Internet-based Technology. This report benchmarks Canadian businesses’ use of technology, compares technology adoption rates to other countries and makes policy recommendations to the government of Canada.Read more...