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Wild Waterworks

Wild Waterworks boasts one of Canada’s largest outdoor wave-action pools and a variety of other attractions safe and fun for the whole family: Enjoy the thrill of our six exciting tube and body slides, or relax and take a ride on the Easy River. Toddlers will enjoy Little Squirt Works and when you need to […]

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By Martin and Sean Simons, Partners Wenex Technologies Chamber of Commerce advertising and sponsorship continues to be one of the most used methods of promoting a company and their brands to other member businesses as well as the community. Whether businesses seek to build identities, generate leads, or spotlight business initiatives, Chambers help carry your […]

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Upcoming Events

Annual Golf Tournament

STONEY CREEK CHAMBER of COMMERCE ANNUAL GOLF TOURNAMENT Sponsored by Stoney Creek Furniture Thursday, June 25, 2015 Southbrook Golf & Country Club 12:00 pm Lunch 1pm Shot Gun Start Golf, Electric Cart, Lunch, Dinner, Prizes & FUN $120.00 + HST per Member & Guests Bertram & Barry Insurance $10,000 Hole in One Most Unusual Outfit […]

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The Stoney Creek Chamber of Commerce wishes to thank Chief De Caire for his insightful presentation and Barbara Gough, for sponsorship of this event. The event was held at the Grand Olympia on March 23rd and was well atended by  Chamber members and guests.

De Caire’s presentation focused on  promoting the crime reduction programs and strategies of Hamilton police. Most notible was the significant reduction of crime in the Mountain and lower and downtown areas of Hamilton. Downtown area robberies are down considerably from past years.

De Caire said higher visibility and strategic deployment have helped police reduce violent crime in Hamilton. The reduction represents the single biggest decrease in Canada among major urban centres, according to Statistics Canada.

By shifting from problem oriented policing to strategic deployment, De Caire said Hamilton police have diffused disputes which would otherwise result in reoccurring calls for service.

“We are producing public safety better than any other police service in our nation,” said De Caire.

Along with violent crime, De Caire said police have stepped up drug enforcement.  Along with ... Read More »

February 24, 2015

Stuart Bergman, Assistant Chief Economist and Director, Export Development Canada gave a presentation on Global Economic forecast – EDC’s latest 18 – 24 month outlook on the global business environment, and its impact on Canada.

Mr. Bergman explained to Stoney Creek Chamber of Commerce members and guests that the U.S. economy has really come back strong and that helps Canada as they are our largest trading partner.

The Canadian economy is good with still some concerns of consumers borrowing too much but that allows them to purchase more products such as cars.

The Canadian dollar is expected to remain in the 80-82¢ range for 2015 – good news for exporters but bad for snow birds.

The world economy is generally improving with exceptions in war torn areas.

The stock market is expected to stay stable with modest gains.

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HRAI1I attended the 118th Anniversary celebration of the Woman’s Institute and brought greetings from the Stoney Creek Chamber of Commerce. It was a celebration with the donation of $10,000 by HRAI Golden Horseshoe Chapter to upgrade the heating in the carriage house and museum.

The total value of the donation will exceed over $45,000 with donated contractor time, etc.

Lori RaudnaskHRAI2

Employment Opportunity

Job Title: Executive Director
Posting Date: May 25, 2015
Organization: Stoney Creek Chamber of Commerce
Closing Date: June 5, 2015
Hours of Work: Monday – Friday 8:00a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Status: Part time (in addition, attendance at after hour events is required)
Start Date: June 29, 2015

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Did You Know?

Chamber to Introduce New Paperless Billing

Beginning with the February Membership renewals, members will receive their invoices via email. This new process provides an electronic copy for easy filing in office computer systems. The invoice will also have a print option for members wishing to retain hard copies. This is similar to the paperless process used by most utility and service companies. In addition, this new system will provide the option to pay invoices on-line by credit card.

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Community Events

Saturdays in the Creek

The BIA of Stoney Creek will hold the second Saturdays in the Creek of the season on June 6 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. along King Street East from New Mountain Road to Lake Avenue and will run in conjunction with the Re-enactment of the Battle of Stoney Creek.

The Re-enactment of the Battle of Stoney Creek

Re-enactment Weekend
Saturday, June 6, 2015 – 10 am to 10 pm
Sunday, June 7, 2015 – 10 am to 4:30 pm

Battle Re-enactments
Saturday, June 6 at 3:30 pm & 8:30 pm
Sunday, June 7 at 2 pm

Fireworks
After the Saturday evening battle.

Admission Rates
Admission fee includes a wristband which allows unlimited re-entry to the event on Saturday and Sunday.
Senior (65+): $8
Adults (18-64): $10
Youth (5-17): $5
Family (2 adults and all dependant children under 18): $25
Children under 5 are free.