Chamber of Commerce

Welcome to the Collingwood Chamber of Commerce

Today we stand united in a shared battle against COVID-19.

International experience demonstrates that social distancing is the only effective method, and is in the best interests of our employees, their families and our communities.

While this will have significant economic impact on our businesses in the short term, it is critical to weathering this storm and it will hasten the recovery.
Both our Federal and Provincial Governments have enacted measures that will only be effective if all employers step up and do their part to protect our provincial health and welfare.

Ensure that your employees are practicing social distancing. Facilitate work from home for all non-critical business functions where possible.  Understand that your employees are looking to you for leadership and trusted information in turbulent times. Share trusted advice from public health agencies and communicate consistently and clearly with your employees. Recap the latest guidance and show them what you’re doing to support it.

It is important that we all share information as soon as it becomes available to provide much needed guidance for our business community.  Revisit the Chamber social media platform regularly, as we will be providing constant updates as information becomes available from the different sectors such as the Municipal, Federal and Provincial Governments, as well as any updates our members let us know about regarding their business operations.

We implore everyone to please shop local, whether it’s over the phone, online or in person depending on your needs. We need to support our local businesses now more than ever, whether it is take out or delivery from a restaurant, or gift certificates to help businesses ride out this storm, every little bit will help someone.

We have closed the Chamber office to the public but will still be answering calls and emails.  Our Board of Directors have met, and we have decided in the best interest of all to postpone our Business Excellence Gala until the Fall and our Spring Market will be postponed with a new date to be determined as soon as venue dates become available.

Finally, on behalf of all of us at the Collingwood Chamber of Commerce, thank you to all healthcare workers on the front lines on whom we are relying to help us through these unique times. We have enormous respect and gratitude for your efforts, along with those working in the retail, transportation and food services sectors, in particular those in the grocery stores and pharmacies.

About the Chamber

To Lead and Serve Collingwood's Business Community with the invaluable input of our Board of Directors, volunteers, members and numerous other stakeholders.
The Collingwood Chamber of Commerce has become the voice of Collingwood's business community, and one of the largest and most active Chambers of Commerce in the region.
The Collingwood Chamber of Commerce constantly evaluates and formulates policy and positions on a vast array of business issues based on our members needs.
The Chamber also provides a broad spectrum of benefits for small businesses and medium to large sized corporations alike. Whether it be preparing strategic submissions to the Federal, Provincial or Municipal government on issues such as changes to Health Care, discussions with officials concerning Business Tax, or providing input on local issues such as tourism, the Collingwood Chamber of Commerce is a strong voice of advocacy on issues concerning business.
Please note: that the Collingwood Chamber of Commerce does not distribute nor make public its mailing list and is not responsible for any errors or omissions that may inadvertently occur in the members listings within the website. 

2019 Collingwood Chamber of Commerce Business Excellence Award Winners
On behalf of the Collingwood Chamber of Commerce we would like to congratulate all those nominated and the winners for the 2019 Collingwood Chamber of Commerce Business Excellence Awards which were held at the Bear Estates, Living Water Resort & Spa on Thurs. May 23rd, 2019.
1. Small Business Owner of the Year Award - winner: Janet Auty-Carlisle – Arbonne
2. Innovative Business Award – winner: Culford Family Hearing
3. Customer Experience Award – winner: Alair Homes Collingwood
4. New or Renovated Business Award – winner: M & M Food Market
5. Services, Industry and Trades Award – winner: Red Apple Electric - Heather McIlwee
6. Accommodation and Tourism Award – winner: Craigleith Manor Bed & Breakfast
7. Not For Profit Organization Award – winner: Georgian Triangle Humane Society
8.. Restaurant or Food & Beverage Award – winner: Memories Restaurant & Bar
9. Volunteer of the Year Award – winner: Katie Pereira – Links of Love
10. Collingwood Chamber of Commerce Business of the Year Award – winner:Brick House Home Inspection Services
We would like to Thank both of our wonderful M/C's Mr. John Eaton and Mr. Shane MacLaughlan for a wonderful evening!
A very big THANK YOU goes out to our sponsors:
Walker Aggregates Inc.   Baker Tilly SGB LLP
Centre For Business   - RBC Royal Bank
TD Canada Trust  - Johnson Inc - Town of Collingwood
Alta Vista Planning Partners 
BDO Canada LLP
METRO - Ace Cabs Inc. - Signworks
D.C. Taylor Jewellers

95.1FM The Peak The Connection 


New Members

Gord’s Masonry and Stone Service

6237 27/28 nottawasaga sideroad , Clearview 705-888-5626
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Featured Member

On The Bay Magazine Inc.

115 Hurontario Street, Suite 201 , Collingwood 705 444-9192
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