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Chamber in the News
President and CEO for Calm Air Gary Bell told the Flin Flon and District Chamber of Commerce yesterday they take their community involvement seriously. He reported in 2019 for this community they were able to donate 72 thousand dollars and change and that was actually down quite significantly from the year before as in 2018 it was 90 thousand. He explained they are always looking to help with things you have going on in the community noting they always want to sponsor events and they sponsor the Flin Flon Bombers, Trout Festival and perhaps they can play a bigger role in those kinds of things and Flinty needs some repairs but they don’t do cash so what they could do if there is a group handling that is provide a ticket or two or gift certificates to be auctioned off or used as prizes for some of those fund raisers. Bell also outlined their discount air fares including their family plan, the student plan and connectors fare with some requirements to be met and engine and interior upgrades underway on their aircraft
Chamber members Becky Cianflone & Kory Eastman welcome the Manitoba Economic Development Tour who were visiting and touring Flin Flon and area October 9th & 10th. Becky & Kory led the group on a tour of Main Street.
Manitoba Chambers of Commerce Economic Development Tours showcase the excellent business opportunities that exist in the northern region of Manitoba.
The two-day delegations were packed with planned events, arranged tours, and meetings with local elected officials and Indigenous leaders enabling delegates to network with decision-makers, view local operations, and consider future business alignments. These tours provide select host communities with a chance to showcase their value proposition, and to uncover and foster potentially lucrative and mutually-beneficial relationships that may not otherwise exist.
Chamber hosts the 2019 Provincial Candidates Debate. August 26, 2019
People Attending the Flin Flon and District Chamber of Commerce Candidates Forum Last Night Learned a Lot About Their Provincial Election Candidates.
Centre Counselor Laurie Sealey and Youth Counselor Keely Patterson told the Flin Flon and District Chamber of Commerce the Women’s Resource Centre’s mission statement includes providing service that will protect and empower women and youth without discrimination including support, interim housing, referral information and counseling. Patterson said to do this among other services she works with youth as youth are our future, operate a Safe Haven which is immediate housing for women and children in crisis and work with other community and government organizations to ensure needed services are available.
Member in the Spotlight
We would like to congratulate Chamber member & last year's winner of 2018 Business Excellence Award, Alluring Impression Day Spa & Medispa on their move to 125 Main Street. This is a beautiful bright new location and we wish you much continued success!