Cap-Acadie Chamber of Commerce Joins National Leaders at Hill Day to Drive Economic and Community Development

Ottawa, ON (April 14th, 2024) — The Cap-Acadie Chamber of Commerce is proud to announce its participation in Hill Day, the Canadian Chamber of Commerce’s most significant annual event in Ottawa on April 15 & 16, 2024. The CEO of the Cap-Acadie Chamber of Commerce, Anthony Azard will join forces with business and trade associations from across Canada to discuss vital economic issues with government decision-makers.

This year’s Hill Day focuses on advocating for progressive policies across various sectors, including the environment, natural resources, an innovative economy, international trade, reliable supply chains, and industry competitiveness. The Cap-Acadie Chamber will particularly emphasize the urgent need for talent retention strategies and enhanced immigration policies to meet the dynamic demands of Canada’s labour market.

“Hill Day presents an unparalleled opportunity for us to voice the concerns of Cap-Acadie’s business community at the national level,” said Anthony Azard, CEO of the Cap-Acadie Chamber of Commerce. “By advocating for a stable housing market and a strategic immigration policy, we aim to ensure that Canadian businesses have the skilled workforce they need to thrive.”

Participating in Hill Day is not only an opportunity for the Cap-Acadie Chamber of Commerce to advocate on behalf of its members but also serves as a critical learning experience. The event provides the Chamber with insights into the latest trends in policymaking and economic strategies from across the country. This exposure is invaluable as it helps enhance the Chamber’s advocacy skills, ensuring that the organization is well-equipped to represent their members’ interests effectively and push for impactful changes in both local, regional, and national spheres.

In addition to advocacy meetings, Hill Day will feature keynote addresses from esteemed government officials and thought leaders. This event allows participants to forge meaningful connections with Parliamentarians and parliamentary staff, furthering our cause of building stronger communities across Canada, especially since the Local Governance Reform mandated by the Government of New Brunswick formed the new Regional Town of Cap-Acadie.

For those interested in supporting or participating in future advocacy efforts, the Cap-Acadie Chamber of Commerce encourages businesses in the region to become a member & fill the annual advocacy survey out since January 2024. Copies of the survey may be provided by reaching out to the Chamber of Commerce. Issues affecting businesses can also be discussed by booking a meeting in advance with the CEO, Anthony Azard.


For information or interviews
Anthony Azard
Chief Executive Officer, Cap-Acadie Chamber of Commerce
(506) 531-5375, ext. 500

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