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Are you registered for the Regional Chair Candidate Breakfast?

The Municipal Act defines the responsibilities of the Regional Chair who holds dual roles as the Head of Council and the Chief Executive Officer of the Region.


As the Head of Council, the Regional Chair provides leadership to Regional Council. The region is responsible for the following services that affect your daily life:

  • Public Health (Child and family health, healthy living, sexual health, infectious diseases programs, dental health programs, population health assessment, emergency medical services and health protection)

  • Community Services (Employment and income support -- Ontario Works, Children's Services, Seniors' Services, Social Planning)

  • Waste Management (landfill, recycling, collection)

  • Public Transit - Grand River Transit (GRT conventional and specialized)

  • Region of Waterloo International Airport

  • Cultural Services (Waterloo Region Museum, Joseph Schneider Haus and McDougall Cottage)

  • Emergency Planning

  • Community Housing

  • Provincial Offences Court

Chairman Ken Seiling will be retiring after 33 years and the position will be held by someone new.  Join us and hear their vision for the future of the Region of Waterloo. Click here to register



Resumes Being Accepted for the Toyota Plant Tour Program.

The Cambridge Chamber of Commerce is continually looking for the right individuals to join our team. The position will offer you an opportunity to work in an environment that will be both challenging and rewarding.  Click here for more information.


Small Business, Too Big To Ignore


Small Business Too Big to IgnoreThe Cambridge Chamber of Commerce in partnership with the Ontario Chamber of Commerce (OCC) and the Ontario Chamber Network is proud to be a part of the ambitious campaign, Small Business: Too Big To Ignore.


This campaign highlights the important contributions of small businesses to our economy and communities, and seeks to actively engage small businesses across the province in investigating the top barriers to small business growth - and identify solutions to overcome those challenges. To kick off this campaign the OCC has released the report, Top 3 Obstacles to Small Business Success.


The Cambridge Chamber of Commerce looks forward to leading discussions in our community about the underlying challenges that are weighing on small businesses and stifling job creation.


A strong and vibrant small business sector is important for all business. Small businesses are the wealth creators, job creators and risk takers. Small businesses have important relationships with big businesses as part of the economic ecosystem. Big businesses are often highly dependent on small businesses as suppliers, distributors, customers, innovators, and for developing a skilled and experienced workforce to draw from. Small businesses also make up the vast majority of our local membership, our volunteers, and are often the people actively involved in community service.


We want to hear from you. Please engage with us on the Small Business Too Big To Ignore campaign on Facebook and Twitter, share your input, and help spread the message about the importance of small business and why it cannot be ignored.


Chamber Perks Program


As a member of the Cambridge Chamber of Commerce, you have access to a host of Perks that come with membership. Through partnerships with Chamber members, we’ve established discounts to help you in your business. Whether it’s driving more customers through your door or helping you lower some overhead costs, all of our programs are designed to help you succeed. View our Chamber Perks.



Our Cambridge.... A Gift to the World


Our Cambridge Cover


Our Cambridge ... A Gift to the World showcases Galt, Preston and Hespeler with their rivers, incredible historic architecture and hi-tech companies. This has made for a wonderful project...a collection of images and a gift book that corporations, residents and visitors will simply love.


The Book is a hard cover, jacketed coffee table book, great for your home, office or as a gift to visiting customers and suppliers.  Click here to purchase your copy.



Member Profiles

Each month The Chamber features  members as our Profile Businesses of the Month! It’s a monthly feature favourite, where local businesses have the opportunity to tell other Chamber members – and the public – about who they are and what they do. View this months Member Profiles.




• September 17, 2018
5 Minutes for Business: New industry, new taxes, new fees: Undermining the fight against the illegal cannabis market More >>


• April 16, 2018
5 Minutes for Business: Sometimes Sustainability Is Just another Word for Common Sense More >>


• February 09, 2018
10 Ways to Build a Canada that Wins More >>


• December 06, 2017
5 Minutes for Business: R v Comeau and the Fight for Interprovincial Free Trade More >>


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Research tells us that when consumers know that a small business is a member of the chamber of commerce, they are 44% more likely to think favourably of it and 63% more likely to purchase products or services from that business in the future.


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