Manitoba Chamber Network Takes Part in Advocacy Day

Dec 5, 2022 | Chamber News, Events, Front Page, Policy, Uncategorized

On November 29, 2022, the Manitoba Chamber Network gathered in-person for our annual Chamber Advocacy Day – the first one in three years – to share priorities, ideas, and challenges facing Manitoba’s business community.

Chamber Advocacy Day serves as an opportunity for Manitoba’s local chambers of commerce to meet with Cabinet Ministers and Members of the Legislative Assembly, to advocate on behalf of business, and to discuss issues that are important in their regions. With this initiative, we provide an opportunity for chambers of commerce to advance local issues in an informal setting and we help to facilitate conversations with decision-makers at the provincial level.

We were pleased to meet with a broad range of elected officials last week, including:

  • Honourable Heather Stefanson, Premier of Manitoba
  • Honourable Cliff Cullen, Deputy Premier and Minister of Economic Development, Investment and Trade
  • Honourable Cameron Friesen, Minister of Finance
  • Honourable Eileen Clarke, Minister of Municipal Relations
  • Honourable Doyle Piwniuk, Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure
  • Honourable Wayne Ewasko, Minister of Education and Early Childhood Learning
  • Honourable Jon Reyes, Minister of Advanced Education, Skills and Immigration
  • Honourable Reg Helwer, Minister of Labour, Consumer Protection and Government Services
  • Mr. Wab Kinew, Leader of the Official Opposition

On behalf of the Manitoba Chamber Network, thank you to all Members of the Legislative Assembly who took the time to meet with us.

Scroll through photos from the day below!

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