Fort Simpson Chamber News

WANTED: Administrative Person

Chamber of Commerce Administrator Position FOR FULL POSITION DESCRIPTION DOWNLOAD:  Administrator Position Decription - Sept 2014 Report to: Board of Directors    JOB FUNCTION:  The Administrator is responsible for providing leadership in, and direction to, the approved programs of … [Read More...]

From Left to Right: Dean Pickering, VOFS SAO; Roxanna Thompson, Deh Cho Drum Reporter; John Dempsey, Northern Store Manager; Angela Fiebelkorn, FSCC President; Margaret Mahon, Arctic Energy Alliance; Nick Sibbeston, Bannockland B&B.

Not in picture:  Lindsay Waugh, Kiwi Electric; Mike Mageean, GNWT - I.T.I.; Martina Norwegian, Fort Simpson Historical Society; Teresa Chilkowich, Arctic Energy Allilance Fort Simpson; Ted Grant, Simpson Air.

Arctic Energy Alliance Luncheon

The Fort Simpson Chamber of Commerce hosted a luncheon on September 4, 2014.  Our guest speaker was Margaret Mahon from the Arctic Energy Alliance (AEA) Yellowknife office.  The agenda looked like this: Commercial Energy Management Services offered by Arctic Energy Alliances … [Read More...]

Minister Congratulates NWT Chamber of Commerce board members and business award winners

YELLOWKNIFE (April 22, 2014) – Minister of Industry, Tourism and Investment David Ramsay congratulates the recently elected NWT Chamber of Commerce President,  Board of Directors and its 2014 Business Award winners. Allen Stanzell was elected as the new Chamber president during its Annual General … [Read More...]

2014 NWTCC Annual Conference and Board Meeting

The 2014 Business Conference & AGM will be held April 09/10 in Yellowknife at the Explorer Hotel. Consistent with their bylaws, attached is official Notice of the 2014 AGM.  As well, you’ll find: Third notice for the Call for Nominations which close on March 18.  If you know someone with … [Read More...]

NWT Chamber 2013 Annual Report

2013 was an exceptional year for your NWT Chamber of Commerce.  From advocacy initiatives at the federal and territorial levels, to inroads made through the Canadian Chamber’s Territorial Policy Committee to highly successful business conferences the voice of NWT business has been clearly heard.  In … [Read More...]