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The Guelph Chamber Welcomes new President and CEO

The Board of Directors of the Guelph Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce, that after a very extensive search involving an impressive group of candidates, they have selected a new President and CEO for the Chamber.  Kithio Mwanzia will be starting his new role as the President and CEO of the Chamber on January 26, 2015.

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The GCC Mobile App has Arrived !!

Download our App at Apple iTunes - available for iPhone & iPad.  Enter the contest to win an iPad Air.  Get all the latest & greatest from your Guelph Chamber - now mobile!

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'I think Guelph is sitting in a pretty good spot'

Before he heads across the hall to be Mentor in Residence at Innovation Guelph, Lloyd Longfield, president and CAO of the Guelph Chamber of Commerce sat down with the Mercury to reflect on his seven years with the Chamber.

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Guelph Chamber President Longfield Resigns

Credited with initiating several innovative and important economic development strategies in Guelph, Lloyd Longfield has resigned his position as head of the Guelph Chamber of Commerce.

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2014 Guelph Municipal Election Debates

Rogers TV and the Guelph Chamber of Commerce are, once again, partnering to provide the community with coverage & rebroadcast of the municipal candidates discussions for each ward in Guelph as well as the mayoral candidates.  Click here for the complete schedule.

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Have you met your local Chamber of Commerce?

The Guelph Chamber of Commerce takes part in conversations affecting policy from the national level right down to local issues that affect everyday life in Guelph.

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The GCC receives Accreditation with Distinction

The Canadian Chamber of Commerce announced that Guelph has received Accreditation with Distinction for the next three years.  This is the highest level of quality management systems for chambers in Canada.

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The Granary Building has become a beehive of activity

It has been two and a half years since the Guelph Chamber of Commerce moved in to the downtown core, creating a shared workplace for businesses at the Granary Building.  It certainly has changed day-to-day life for the chamber.

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Conservatives deny email blast was spam

Riding association president says parties exempt from rules, but concedes they wouldn't do it again.

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Guelph Awards of Excellence Shine Light on Innovation

The awards bore gravitas, no doubt, but it was the playfulness at Thursday night's Guelph Awards of Excellence gala that underscored a striking humility among its community leaders. 

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