The Manitoba Chambers of Commerce (MCC) was established in 1931 with a mandate to drive business advocacy on behalf of its province-wide network.

Business advocacy remains our core focus to this day. We consistently engage with decision-makers across all Manitoba ministries and federal departments to communicate our members’ views on policies and breaking issues. In support of our advocacy, we facilitate a unique, grassroots policy-building process that draws on the innovative ideas and on-the-ground experience of our member Chambers, boards and businesses in every region of the province.

In addition to our policy and advocacy work, we facilitate a range of programs and benefits to strengthen and grow Manitoba’s network of local Chambers of Commerce and Boards of Trade, and their member businesses.

Across the province, Manitoba’s chamber movement works together. We are interdependent. The Manitoba Chambers of Commerce primarily focuses on provincial issues while local chambers have a vital role in helping us to understand what members of local business communities need to be successful. The MCC works to help maximize the potential of local communities by bringing together the entire provincial chamber network of almost 10,000 businesses to provide an amplified voice and consistent message on behalf of business and communities that no other organization can match.

Find a local Chamber of Commerce near you.

To view a list of our direct corporate partners, click here.


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

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