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RETAILERS, whether large or small, are an important factor in the financial health of our town. As a UNITED team in the Chamber of Commerce, fellow merchants are able to work together for the protection and promotion of their business interests.

TOURISTS, mean an increase in food sales, retail sales, services, accommodations, transportation and economic development.The Chamber is working to increase tourism to the community by increasing attractions in an effort to realize the full value of tourism as a potential community builder.

YOU need your Chamber of Commerce to work for you and the Chamber of Commerce needs your help on its Board and various committees.

EVERYONE should take an active part in the Chamber and work towards the betterment of the community.

CURRENT EVENTS

WEEKLY COMMUNITY EVENTS


Chamber of Commerce
Regular Meeting
Thursdays - Bi-weekly,
12:00 noon


Tuesday & Wednesday:

Adult Day Program / Programme de jour pour adultes
10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

Wednesday:

Trinity United Church Luncheon

11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Adults $5.00
Children $3:00

Adult Day Program
10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

Eskis TV Bingo
5:30 p.m. 
Cable 12

Thursday:

Bingo
- Lions Den, 239 Church Street
6:00 p.m. (September through June)

Sunday:
Bingo
at the Legion -
Doors open 12:30 p.m.
(Bar open at Noon)



FOR A FULL LISTING,
SEE OUR
EVENT CALENDAR

The Chamber will gladly list your community event on the FREE online calendar, however it is the groups/persons responsibility to forward and submit event details to
office@iroquoisfallschamber.com


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of becoming a Chamber of Commerce member and sign up today!


S A L (Surrender and Live)

Meeting every Tuesday & Thursday
130 Main Street (behind Reliable Home Heating & A/C)

705-232-5656


ABITIBI RIVER TRESTLE BRIDGE UPDATES

Trestle bridge may reopen by summer 2015

Letters to Minister Gravelle regarding the closure of Abitibi Trestle Bridge


MILL CLOSES AFTER 100 YEARS

Resolute Announces Permanent Closure of 465,000 Metric Tons of Newsprint Capacity

Statement from Iroquois Falls & District Chamber of Commerce regarding Resolute Forest Product's closure


VOLUNTEERS NEEDED

LOCAL CITIZENS ADVISORY COMMITTEE
Cochrane District

Download the application
for consideration as a member of the
LCC Advisory Committee


Volunteer Drivers are
needed for
MEALS ON WHEELS
Melissa Foy
705-272-6770




The Iroquois Falls & District Chamber of Commerce is participating in

Shop The Neighbourhood

Saturday, November 28, 2015!

Mark your calendars and join us in this FREE national initiative that sheds a light on small businesses, like yours.

How can you get involved?

Sign up early, as free registration is now open for businesses.

In fact, if you register before August 31, 2015, you’ll be in the running to win one of five $1 000 cash prizes !

In the coming weeks, those who register will begin to receive information about how to get the most out of this important initiative.

Click here to register for 2015 now.

See some of the great results from the 2014 Shop The Neighbourhood campaign:

Help us remind Canadians about the important role small businesses play in creating healthy, thriving neighbourhoods. Join the movement!


SAVE COCHRANE POWER!!!!

The Iroquois Falls and District Chamber of Commerce would like to encourage each and everyone of you to visit the following website and send a direct message to government representatives in support of a new agreement for the Cochrane Power plant.

CLICK HERE TO SAVE COCHRANE POWER



Abitibi Trestle Bridge

Thank you to everyone who participated in our online survey for the collection of data for the Abitibi Working Trestle Committee Group.  

Your responses will be instrumental in the development of a Business Plan as we continue in our efforts to reopen the Trestle Bridge.  


Thank You!

IROQUOIS FALLS & DISTRICT CHAMBER OF COMMERCE


Do you need equipment, dishware and decorations for your party?
Contact the Chamber office 705-232-4656 or email office@iroquoisfallschamber.com

Download PDF for further information

Anson's Folly The Story of Iroquois Falls

The Iroquois Falls Historical Society proudly presents this long-awaited account of the history of Iroquois Falls. Quantity is limited. Available for purchase at: The Chamber of Commerce, Iroquois Falls Town Hall, Anson General Hospital’s Tuck Shop, and the Iroquois Falls Pioneer Museum during summer hours

$30.00 + $1.50 tax


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