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ABOUT MANITOBA BUSINESS MATTERS

As the backbone of the Manitoba economy, our small businesses must remain agile and proactive as the COVID-19 situation unfolds. Having timely access to policy changes, programs, expert insights and news as quickly as possible is critical—and that’s where Manitoba Business Matters can help.

Together with Western Economic Diversification Canada, the Province of Manitoba, and pillars of the Manitoba business community, the Manitoba Chambers of Commerce developed “Business Is Unusual – A Coronavirus Survival Guide for Manitoba Business” and launched the Manitoba Business Matters initiative.

Throughout the next year we’ll provide expert insights, tools, and resources so that our business community, province, country, and economy emerge stronger.

Please do not hesitate to reach out to us at info@mbchamber.mb.ca or directly to any one of our valued partners for support during these challenging times.

We are in this together.

 ABOUT THE MANITOBA CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE

Since 1931, the Manitoba Chambers of Commerce (MCC) has been the largest non-partisan, and influential business association in Manitoba, accelerating business success by advocating for, and influencing public policy to legislatures and government on major issues affecting business. Learn more at jointhechamber.ca

“Small businesses are the backbone of our economy, and an important source of good jobs across this country. They are facing economic hardship and uncertainty during the COVID-19 pandemic, and that is why we are taking action now to help them get the financial help they need to protect their workers and pay their bills.”

The Rt. Hon. Justin Trudeau, Prime Minister of Canada

“Small businesses are the backbone of our economy, and an important source of good jobs across this country. They are facing economic hardship and uncertainty during the COVID-19 pandemic, and that is why we are taking action now to help them get the financial help they need to protect their workers and pay their bills.”

The Rt. Hon. Justin Trudeau, Prime Minister of Canada

“The Fight Against Coronavirus Is Everyone’s Business

The year 2020 will be a turning point in history, the COVID-19 crisis has hit hard. Our personal and professional lives have been shaken, as have our routines and our presumptions.

As we have navigated this complex new reality over the last year, the Manitoba Chambers of Commerce has made it our mission to help business persevere, and we are pleased to have formed an alliance with both business and government to amplify the effectiveness of these efforts.

We have established an alliance of dedicated partners — all trusted experts in their fields — to contribute to the Manitoba Business Matters COVID-19 resource hub. We will be highlighting areas of business operations that are likely to be impacted by the coronavirus pandemic and offering solutions and information developed to assist you.

Whether you have questions about government financial support programs or grant and subsidy tax implications, or if you need extra support for employees or health and safety guidance, our team of experts is ready to help you every step of the way.

Leverage the tools in the digital ‘Survival Guide.’ Stay connected with us by subscribing to our newsletter. Visit this site regularly to stay up to date on the latest relief measures from government, public health order restrictions and expert insights on the most common COVID-19 topics.

We are here to see you through.”

Chuck Davidson, President & CEO, Manitoba Chambers of Commerce

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