Since 1931, the Manitoba Chambers of Commerce (MCC) has been the largest independent, non-partisan, and influential business association in Manitoba, accelerating business success by advocating for and influencing public policy, developing business leaders, connecting businesses, and implementing policy on major issues affecting business.

From innovative small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to established multi-national corporations and industry associations, the MCC is committed to working with our members to improve business competitiveness across all sectors, steering public policy conversations provincially and within local communities.

As the advocate for Manitoba business, the MCC continues to ensure that the issues and concerns of Manitoba businesses are not only heard but sufficiently addressed through a strategic and collaborative approach with the Manitoba Government.

We believe a strong economy benefits everyone in Manitoba: businesses, communities, families, and individuals. When business is successful, our population grows; our people are productive, contributing members of society; and our charities fulfill their missions and their obligations. That is the future we see for this great province.


The Manitoba Chambers of Commerce strives to champion sustainable economic growth, leading to greater prosperity for businesses and communities in Manitoba.

We accelerate business success. We impact those who work, live, or visit here. We are the voice of business in Manitoba.

The MCC’s strategic plan, Changing Manitoba Together, outlines a series of overarching goals, objectives, and strategies, ensuring that the MCC continues to create value for Manitoba’s local chambers of commerce and our members and stakeholders. Our strategic plan enables us to deliver the relevance, engagement, and practical value to help strengthen Manitoba businesses and contribute to the prosperity of our communities.


Has your organization applied for #CEWS, now in effect until December 19, 2020? Here is a video courtesy of @MNP_LLP to help you make sense of and determine your eligibility for this valuable emergency relief fund. http://ow.ly/wnen50AYUTV

"Even the most optimistic economists are projecting that it will take years, not months, for Canada to return to the levels of economic activity that was taking place before the pandemic." Read @CdnChamberofCom latest 5 Minutes for Business: http://ow.ly/8sPU50AYQPR