The Manitoba Chambers of Commerce was incorporated in 1931 under the Corporations Act of Manitoba. This incorporation was the direct result of 23 community chambers of commerce banding together and deciding to form and finance a provincial “umbrella” organization.

Today the MCC represents 70 member-chambers, as well as corporate members, and is the single largest business advocacy organization in Manitoba with membership from many different sectors.

Our mission is to foster a dynamic economy and vibrant communities, making Manitoba the best place to live, work, invest, and raise a family.

Please click the following links for detailed Manitoba Chambers of Commerce Governance information.




REMINDER to employers: If you're paying employees, Manitoba's minimum wage will increase by 25 cents to $11.90 on October 1, 2020.

In this episode, Michelle Lalonde, President and Chief Officer of Growth and Happiness at @tiberriver speaks about how her company experienced a drastic increase in its direct sales & adapted a new model that has been thriving during the pandemic.