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BRIEFS M A R C H / A P R I L 2 0 2 2 | V O LU M E 6 3

A BRIDGE TO PROSPERITY The Gordie Howe Bridge Project

WINDSOR-ESSEX REGIONAL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE – The recognized champion of a thriving business community built on innova on and partnerships.

CONTENTS Message from President & Chair .................................... 3

March | April 2022 Volume 63

Cover Story: Gordie Howe Bridge Project .................... 4-5


Q4 Chamber Highlights ................................................... 6

Rakesh Naidu President & CEO Ext. 222 |

Keith Chinnery Director of Membership Services Ext. 223 |

Cortney Crewe Research Assistant & Advocacy Committee Administrator Ext. 225 |

Monarch Basics Program ................................................ 7 Business Excellence Awards ...................................... 8-11 Tickets, Finalists, Sponsors Gold Circle Member Profiles ......................................... 12 Pillar Member Profile .................................................... 13 Support Local Program Recap ....................................... 14

Wendy Fulton Digital Events Platform Developer Ext. 221 |

New Chamber Members ........................................... 16-17

Caitlin Hildenbrand Manager, Member Retention & Communications Ext. 230 |

Nick Lisqum Creative Content Library Developer

John Newland Sales & Projects Manager Ext. 229 |

Jennifer Reaume Program Support Ext. 231 |

Ailene Tungcul

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Membership & Database Administrator Ext. 228 |


Kathleen Westlake Accounting, Events & Finance Administrator Ext. 227 |

WINDSOR-ESSEX REGIONAL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 2565 Ouellette Ave. Suite 101 Windsor, ON N8X 1L9 519-966-3696


“The mission of the Windsor-Essex Regional Chamber of Commerce is to be the key connector and advocate for the long-term business success of our Members.”

Message from the President & CEO and Chair

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Rakesh Naidu

Mila Lucio

President & CEO

Board Chair

Greetings Chamber Members and Friends, The first quarter of 2022 has been a busy one as we continue to advocate for businesses in Windsor and Essex County on many fronts and navigate our way out of the COVID-19 pandemic. We have heard from a number of Chamber Members and other business professionals in the area and are working with you to understand your concerns and be your voice at all levels of government. Recently, the Chamber network highlighted the importance of the Windsor-Detroit trade corridor and advocated for the removal of the Ambassador Bridge blockade. We will continue working with other local, provincial and national organizations to help alleviate the impact of the border restrictions on our businesses. In February, the WERCC submitted a policy resolution to the Ontario Chamber of Commerce which will support the trucking industry. This resolution is supported by many of our Chamber colleagues across Ontario as well as key Windsor-Essex partners. Later this month, we will travel to Brampton to defend this resolution at the OCC Annual General Meeting. In case you missed our announcement in January, we have partnered with local office supply company, Monarch Basics to offer our Members a new savings program. Read more about this new partnership and how our Members can save on office supplies later in this issue. As we wrap up the Chamber's Support Local campaign, we thank all of our generous sponsors and partners across Windsor and Essex County for working to promote this vital program. Local businesses continue to need our support and the Chamber will continue to encourage everyone to Shop, Ship & Dine in YQG. The Chamber has a number of exciting events planned in the coming months. Don't miss the Warden's Luncheon with County of Essex Warden, Gary McNamara on April 26th, and our 2022 Provincial Election Debates on May 5th – two important events for the Windsor-Essex region. We are looking forward to a return to in-person events this Spring, including our 2022 Business Excellence Awards at Chrysler Theatre and St. Clair College Centre for the Arts. We congratulate all of the finalists who were announced earlier this year and can't wait to celebrate all of your achievements in business! th

Lastly, we encourage you to consider submitting an application to join the Chamber's Board of Directors. Participating on the Board is an excellent way to have your voice heard, and to play a vital role in shaping the direction and priorities of the th Windsor-Essex Chamber. The deadline for applications is Friday, April 15 . Yours in business,

Rakesh Naidu & Mila Lucio Chair

Mila Lucio

BOARD OF DIRECTORS 2021-2022 Directors


ATHENA Committee

Angelo DeMarco

Debra McVeety

Lee Anne Doyle

Hiram Walker & Sons Ltd.

Urban Reform Realty Inc.

Allison Hawkins

Gordon Orr

University of Windsor

Hawkins & Co.

Tourism Windsor-Essex Pelee Island

Vice Chair

Steven Jelich

Ashok Sood

Director Emeritus


Champion Products Corp.

Dr. Alfie Morgan

Chair Elect

Ms. Nancy Jammu-Taylor

Green Shield Canada

McTague Law Firm LLP

Past Chair

Heather Pratt

Jason Ilijanic WFCU Credit Union


Beverly Becker Windsor Star

Emerging Leaders

Christopher Da Silva Next Dimension Inc.

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Mark your calendars for our 86 Annual Chamber Golf Tournament, which is returning to Essex Golf & Country Club on Monday, June 13th, and our Regional After Business Networking Tradeshow which will be hosted by LFX Supply Centre on Thursday, June 9th . If you are interested in sponsorship opportunities, both of these events are great ways for you to promote your business – contact the Chamber Team to discuss.


Cover Story

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Gordie Howe Bridge Project

A Bridge to Prosperity The largest and most ambitious bi-national infrastructure project along the Canada-US border is under construction in our own backyard. The Gordie Howe International Bridge project will provide much-needed transportation improvements at the Windsor-Detroit trade gateway – the busiest commercial land border crossing between Canada and the US, while creating thousands of jobs and forever changing the Windsor-Detroit skyline. The six-lane cable-stayed bridge will be 2.5 kilometres/1.5 miles. With no piers in the water, the bridge features a clear span of 853 metres/0.53 miles making it the longest main span of any cable-stayed bridge in North America and the fifth longest in the world. Delivered by Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority (WDBA) with its private-sector partner, Bridging North America (BNA), work is progressing on all four components that make up the $5.7 billion project. The most visible sign of progress is the bridge towers located on each side of the Detroit River. As of March 2022, the tower legs stand at 140 metres/460 feet. Once complete, the towers will have risen to approximately 220 metres/722 feet and will rival the height of Detroit's tallest building, the 73-storey middle tower of the GM Renaissance Center.

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Tower construction is reaching a significant turning point as the individual legs at each tower are now connecting giving the structures the distinctive shape of an inverted “Y”.

A view of the Canadian Port of Entry main building, under construction on February 4, 2022.

The efforts of the more than a thousand people currently working on the site are being seen not just on the bridge towers. Construction is progressing on the Canadian and US Ports of Entry which will be among the largest ports along the Canada-US border. Building construction is underway at both of the ports but before this was possible, workers had to prepare the ground to provide a solid base for the structures. More than 1.174 million metric tonnes/2.6 billion pounds of engineered fill and surcharge material have been placed at the sites. Work has also advanced on the Michigan Interchange component of the project. Two of four new road bridges are already open. Preparation work continues on new ramps that will connect the US Port of Entry to and from I-75, and on the I-75 ramps that will connect to local roads in Detroit. The Gordie Howe International Bridge project is an example of sustainable infrastructure – one that is socially, environmentally and economically responsible.

Throughout their construction, the tops of the towers have been encased in jump forms that provide workers with an enclosed environment. The exterior of these jump forms provided the perfect canvases for murals that were painted by artists from Walpole Island First Nation, Caldwell First Nation and Southwest Detroit. The murals, which can be seen by travellers on local streets and the Detroit River, feature the Canadian maple leaf and the American stars and stripes and visual stories about the culture and diversity of the region.

“It is an exciting time as the towers move into the next and final build phase,” says WDBA CEO Bryce Phillips. “With the towers currently standing at over two-thirds of their final height, they represent the significant progress the project 4 team has been able to achieve.”

Mi75 Livernois Bridge – the Michigan Interchange reconstruction of Livernois bridge in January 2022.

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Gordie Howe Bridge Project (con nued)

“The Gordie Howe International Bridge project team recognizes the importance of creating jobs and stimulating the economy while contributing to clean growth,” says Grant Hilbers, WDBA's Vice President of Engineering. “We believe in the importance of protecting communities from the impacts of climate change, preserving healthy ecosystems, building safe sustainable communities and conserving resources for future generations.”

ISI's peer review noted several key sustainable achievements including the project's comprehensive environmental program that addresses over 450 conditions identified in the bi-national environmental assessment process. ISI also highlighted the project's Community Benefits Plan that provides $20 million in direct investments that create opportunities to enhance economic, social and environmental conditions in WindsorEssex and Detroit. With opening anticipated in late 2024, the Gordie Howe International Bridge will become an iconic landmark and source of pride for residents of Windsor and Detroit. Further, it will represent the unique and vital partnership and economic link between Canada and the United States, servicing as a pathway to binational prosperity for future generations.

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WDBA and BNA earned a prestigious Envision™ Platinum Award, the highest possible distinction from the Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure (ISI). The organization recognizes efforts to achieve sustainable development and environmental performance standards at every stage of an infrastructure project, from design to construction and implementation.


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Q4 2021 Highlights


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Savings Program

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With this exclusive office supply program, Chamber Members can be confident that they are receiving all of their business products at the best prices, guaranteed! Providing everything from basic office essentials to planning or remodeling entire workspaces, Monarch Basics understands the difficulties of running a business in a world of automated service and modern technologies. Its dedicated customer service team is always ready to provide amazing service and to gain a true understanding of you and your business.

Since its founding in 1950, when Windsor was half the size it is today, Monarch Basics has grown and adapted to be THE trusted supplier to many local organizations, supporting some of Windsor's most important industries, including the educational sector, the automotive industry, financial and legal institutions, healthcare facilities and many more. Monarch Basics is proud to give back to the communities that have helped make its business what it is today. They are an enthusiastic participant in local events and promoters of community growth. Located just off of the 401 on Provincial Road you will find Monarch Basics' Main Office, Furniture Showroom (the largest in Southwestern Ontario!), Warehouse, and Retail Storefront. From their Designer and Furniture Specialists to knowledgeable and friendly Retail Staff and Customer Service Team, it is all located in your backyard! This includes Monarch Basics' full fleet of delivery vehicles and on-staff drivers that allows them to offer fast free shipping to all Chamber Members – even same day emergency deliveries! Improving your work life, we are Monarch Basics, your Business Products Experts.

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The Windsor-Essex region is home to an abundance of history, proud communities, and unique organizations that all nurture one another. Monarch Basics is Southwestern Ontario's largest and most reputable office products dealer and is an avid supporter of the Windsor-Essex Regional Chamber of Commerce and the communities it serves. Monarch Basics prides itself on the many long-lasting partnerships it has built across these communities and uses those relationships to fuel its passion for providing every last customer an amazing experience. Whether you're starting a business or you've been around for years, Monarch Basics can help entrepreneurs with all of their daily business needs.



BEA Update & Finalists

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2022 Business Excellence Awards The Windsor-Essex Chamber of Commerce 2022 Business Excellence Awards, presented by Windsor Star are back as an in-person event!

The networking everyone knows and enjoys, an awards show, and elegant dinner, all take place on Thursday May 19th. Ten Business Excellence Award (BEA) Winners will be announced inside the Chrysler Theatre starting at 6:00 pm, during a spectacular show created by Media Street Productions. The production will also honour 2022 Believe Windsor-Essex Award Winner Van Niforos of The Penalty Box Restaurant, and this year's ATHENA Leadership Award Recipient Federica Nazzani of Capital Assist (Valuation) Inc. For the first time, the BEAs will be broadcast live to Cogeco subscribers on YourTV. There will be several 'encore broadcasts' as well. Following the awards, it's upstairs to the St. Clair College Centre for the Arts for an elegant sit-down dinner (and dessert!) plus connections with new and current friends and business associates. Individual tickets, and tables of 10, are currently on sale at Several sponsorship opportunities are still available. Please contact the Chamber for details. Many thanks to the volunteer BEA Committee for all their work organizing The Premier Business Event of the Year: Jason Toner, Chair | Shelby Colarossi, Vice-Chair | Kristy Sauve, Secretary | Julie Charette | Elizabeth Elias-Hernandez |Olivia Filipov | Rachel Meeke | Hayley Zvaniga. There is an incredible amount of work that goes into planning the BEAs and the 2022 version is no exception. The volunteer BEA Judging Panel is made of up former Judges, previous BEA winners and community activists. The Judges reviewed over 150 Award Nominations before whittling down the list to 3 Finalists in the 10 Award categories (see list of Finalists on page 10). The Judging process includes a 'site visit' to the Finalists businesses to learn more about them and assist in selecting the overall winner. And of course, the BEAs couldn't happen without the support of our many sponsors. Thank you for continuing to believe in the event and in our business community.

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Although the virtual format of the 30 Anniversary Business Excellence Awards in May 2021 was a big success, there's nothing like actually being together to honour local companies, organizations and individuals for their contributions to our local economy and to the Windsor-Essex community. This year, attendees will feel the energy and excitement as the Winner's names are announced from the stage, while acceptance speeches are delivered and just the overall positive vibe of all being together in a safe environment. For more details and the latest news on the BEAs, follow us @BEAyqg on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Celebrate excellence in business. Celebrate in person. The Windsor-Essex Chamber of Commerce 2022 Business Excellence Awards, presented by Windsor Star.

BEA Update

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KUDOS to this year’s BEA Judges

Jason Toner BEA Commi ee Chair, shares informa on at the 2022 Virtual BEA News Conference.

Shelley Atkinson

Ashish Mahajan

Marianne Burke

Paul Mailloux

Steve Colasan

Brent McPhail

Lindsay Darocy

Lori Pa erson

Lee Anne Doyle

Sabrina Rachwan

Shelby Colarossi BEA Commi ee Vice-Chair, announces the Finalists at the Virtual BEA News Conference.

Congratulation to the 2022 Business Excellence Awards Finalists

Goran Todorovic, Broker / Owner Team Goran, Re/Max Care Realty Markie Tuckett, President / Designer Timber + Plumb Kitchens and Cabinetry Ryan Wise, CEO Mosquito Man

New Company of the Year sponsored by Enbridge SPARK Pediatric Services Wedding in the Woods Windsor Creative

Professional of the Year sponsored by TD Commercial Banking Dr. Nadia Al-Asam, Dentist / Owner Cabana Dental Fiona Coughlin, Executive Director and CEO Habitat for Humanity Windsor-Essex Dr. Phillip Olla, CEO Audacia Bioscience

Tourism & Hospitality Award sponsored by Caesars Windsor & OLG F+B Hospitality Group The Grove Hotel and The Grove Bike House Wolfhead Distillery

Green Innovation Award sponsored by University of Windsor and University of Windsor Alumni Association Contents Processing Centre Green Heart Kitchen Green Sun Rising

Pillars Of Our Community sponsored by Motor City Community Credit Union Janet Brown, Windsor Public Library, John Muir Branch Build A Dream Fight Like Mason Foundation

Small Company of the Year sponsored by Families First Absolute Comfort Control Services JEM Glamorganic Spa and Academy RARE Butcher Shop

Mid-Size Company of the Year sponsored by RBC LFX Supply Centre Sequel Tool and Mould Windsor Chapel Funeral & Cremation

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Entrepreneur of the Year sponsored by Grant Thornton


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Large Company of the Year, sponsored by St. Clair College

Young Professional of the Year, sponsored by Libro Credit Union

Max Die Group Red Sun Farms

Frazier Fathers Institutional Strategic Planning Project Manager / Independent Consultant / Adjunct Assistant Professor, University of Windsor and Community Policy Solutions Jordyn Severin, Owner and Lead Instructor Marie-Rose Music Studio Sawyer Telegdy, Owner / Trainer / Nutritional Coach The Shred Shop Wellness Complex

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Congratulations to the following Award Recipients


ATHENA® Leadership Award sponsored by Bell

Believe Windsor-Essex Award sponsored by WFCU Credit Union

Ms. Federica Nazzani, Founder and Managing Partner, Capital Assist (Valuation) Inc.

Mr. Van Niforos Owner / Operator, The Penalty Box Restaurant


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Gold Circle Member Spotlights

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LIBRO CREDIT UNION When you bank with Libro, your money stays in southwestern Ontario. Libro finances over 10,000 businesses in the region which supports local employment. They invest in community projects that contribute to strong communities, and 100% of Libro's profits stay close to home. Profits are shared back to its Owners (customers) in the form of Profit Shares or Investment Share Dividends. In 2020, profit sharing totaled $7.3 million. Consider this: if buying locally makes you feel better about what you purchase, how good will you feel when you bank locally? Find out: Shannon Dyck is a Small Business Specialist in the Windsor Essex Region who provides financial products, advice and solutions for many of your business or farm needs. From establishing a sound business plan to ensuring your company will transition successfully to the next generation, Libro is with you for the long haul.

McTAGUE LAW FIRM LLP Founded in 1920, McTague Law Firm LLP has been serving its clients for over 100 years as one of the oldest and most respected law firms in Southwestern Ontario. With a rich history and an impressive roster of Partners and Associates, McTague has established itself as the leading provider of legal services in the areas of Business Law, Employment and Labour Law, Commercial and Civil Litigation, Estate and Trusts Law, and Real Estate Law. The firm has continued to grow and expand by responding to the ever-changing needs of its clients and community. One thing has remained unchanged throughout our 100-year heritage: the firm has remained loyal to its commitment to excellence in client service. They believe that understanding where you come from has an undeniable impact on where you are heading. McTague focuses on providing service centered around strong values, integrity, leadership and a continuous passion to serve their clients. For more information about the firm, the areas of practice and lawyers, please visit:

WFCU CREDIT UNION At WFCU Credit Union, “business as usual” has never been how it does business, and that's exactly why companies of all sizes have chosen them as their financial institution. Always focusing on its members' needs, WFCU has grown over the past 80 years to become the sixth-largest credit union in Ontario – and among the 20 largest in Canada. Proudly based in Windsor-Essex, WFCU Credit Union is also home to the largest and most experienced Commercial Services team in this region. As a member, you and your business will receive the unmatched advantages of the locally-focused team's expertise, service and commitment.

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More than a financial institution, WFCU Credit Union is proud to be an advisor, advocate and partner for its business members. Whatever sector you operate in, WFCU Credit Union will work with you directly, providing proactive advice, flexible options and the right solutions. Because ultimately, your success is how WFCU Credit Union measures its success.


Pillar Member Spotlight

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WINDSOR CREATIVE Windsor Creative is a team of creative professionals with decades of experience creating world-class content for businesses of all sizes. They work with companies just like yours to imagine, create, and deliver incredible marketing content. They bring ideas to life from the very first concept, through to production, and finally to delivery across all marketing channels. Their services include video production, photography, graphic design, video post-production, copy writing, social media management, ad buying, creative design, and beyond. Windsor Creative has worked with dozens of companies both local and international, including Maserati, Ford, The Detroit/Windsor Tunnel, DS60 Roofing, Windsor Power and Light, Hyline Utility Solutions, Gateway Aviation, Cadillac, and WE Care For Kids, just to name a few. Windsor Creative was recently named one of three finalists for New Company of The Year for the 2022 Business Excellence Awards.

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You can learn more about Windsor Creative and see their work at


Support Local Program Recap

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We Support Local Campaign Makes An Impact Across Windsor & Essex County Over the past six months, the Windsor-Essex Chamber of Commerce has championed the recovery of small and medium-sized businesses through its WE Support Local campaign, supported by the Ontario Chamber of Commerce and sponsored by Libro Credit Union. The program successfully advocated to encourage dining and shopping at local businesses to aid in navigating the challenges of, and recovery from, COVID-19 and its impact on local SMEs. MARKETING CAMPAIGNS From October to February, WE Support Local ran radio, print and social media advertising with a targeted demographic in Windsor and Essex County. Social media utilized #WESupportLocal and #ShopShipDineYQG to reach more than 85,000 engagements. The Chamber gave 20 media interviews and appeared in 12 special features on AM800. Visits to the page welcomed 7,500 visitors over a wide demographic.

Windsor Spitfires' Bomber and Ace admire the Chamber's Support Local van, sponsored by Rafih Auto Group

BIA VISITS & SUPPORT In its WE Support Local branded Windsor-built Chrysler Grand Caravan, on loan from Rafih Motors, the Chamber visited BIA districts in the region to meet with representatives and business owners to distribute information about the campaign and offer face-to-face personal support. With stops in Windsor & Essex County including Kingsville, Ottawa Street, Ford City, Downtown Windsor, Tecumseh, LaSalle, Pillette Village and Olde Riverside, the Chamber's presence was welcomed at a time when building community initiatives provided the boost needed in the recovery from the pandemic. Additionally, BIAs were invited to apply for a $3,200 sponsorship to fund holiday and promotional programs in their districts. Unique programs spotlighted local businesses and restaurants.

Chamber visit and tour of Walkerville Brewery.

With funding from WE Support Local, Windsor Food Spotters took to the streets and the air, thanks to drone video, to produce a series of community-specific promotional spots to showcase the wide variety of cultural and ethnic dining experiences available in the area. UNBOXING CAMPAIGN Imagine opening a surprise box filled with carefully curated items from Essex County live and online…and then having a chance to win a replica box of items! AM800's Dan MacDonald opened the first box and enthusiastically shared his impression of the items inside that were selected A look inside one of the Support Local especially for him by local company, 519 Culture. Other lucky “unboxers” included Windsor unboxing prizes from 519 Culture. Olympian athlete Melissa Bishop, radio hosts Tori and Jay from Mix 96.7 radio, President and CEO of Hôtel-Dieu Grace Healthcare, Janice Kaffer, and Mayor Gary McNamara of Tecumseh.

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The WE Support Local van was seldom idle. It appeared at local malls, the Downtown Windsor Farmer's Market, the Migration Festival, Open Streets, Belle River Stroll the Streets, Town of LaSalle Truck or Treat event and Tree Lighting ceremony, the Town of Essex Tiny Tot parade, and Christmas parades in Amherstburg, Windsor and Essex. The van also made a surprise appearance on the ice at a Windsor Spitfires game between periods as skaters tossed t-shirts and hats to the Chamber President & CEO visits with Allison Hawkins of Hawkins & Co. crowd. Accounting during his visit to The campaign has received glowing reviews from the community. Debi Croucher of the Downtown Windsor BIA shared, “Thanks to you, Maiden Lane was transformed into the downtown Holiday Village, our very own North Pole where residents and visitors would enjoy a local winter wonderland. Carols on the Corner serenaded passers-by; pop-ups by local artists, crafters, artisans and hobbyists and retailers greeted shoppers; and Santa in the Lane appeared in a snow globe for a socially distanced and safe meet and greet with the little ones. None of that could have been possible without the Windsor-Essex Regional Chamber of Commerce, and for that, we are so grateful.”

Pillette Village BIA.

As the WE Support Local campaign wraps up, the momentum of support for businesses continues Chamber President & CEO visits with to play an important role in creating jobs, driving innovation, and strengthening the community. the team at Lowend Co. and Downtown Windsor BIA Director, Debi Croucher.


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New Members 519 Culture Gi Shops Tel: (519) 890-1847

HIM (Hired In Michigan) Employment Services - Training Tel: (248) 237-3600

Sco a Bank Banks Tel: (519) 324-2447 mandy.furtado@sco www.sco

Automobility Enterprises Inc. Manufacturing Tel: (613) 255-5134

Katara Consul ng Inc. Consultants Tel: (226) 739-0199 saurabh@kataraconsul www.kataraconsul

Skyline Group of Companies Property Management Tel: (519) 826-0439

Brady's Drug Store Pharmacies Tel: (519) 715-9881

Lowend Company Inc Retail Tel: (226) 260-0977

Canadian Material Repack Inc. Materials Management Tel: (226) 777-8288

MMFS inc. Moe Mailloux Financial Services Inc. Financial Services Tel: (519) 728-9431

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Cavalier Tool & Manufacturing, Inc. Mould Makers/ Tool and Mould Tel: (519) 944-2144


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Mortgage Suite Financing Tel: (519) 419-3825

Chase Telecom Inc Telecommunica ons Tel: (587) 885-1885

O awa Street BIA Business Improvement Associa on Tel: (519) 254-8447 o www.uptowno

Copeland's Mar al Arts and Fitness Fitness Centres & Health Clubs Tel: (519) 973-1578 info@copelandsmar www.copelandsmar

PEM Mo on Consultants Tel: (49) 1511 617 95 32 c.lienemann@pem-mo www.pem-mo

Façade Interiors Furniture & Accessories Tel: (519) 915-6334

Porchlight Home Services Inc. Home Improvements Tel: (519) 995-0477

Gridiron Boys Moving & Muscle Moving & Storage Tel: (519) 564-7554

Ro Bowl & Soul Restaurants Tel: (519) 962-1111 Ro www.Ro

Tac c Inves ga on Services Ltd. Private Inves ga ons & Consulta on Tel: (519) 966-0000 pi@tac cinves ga www.tac cinves ga Triumph Tool Ltd. Industrial Equipment & Supplies / Metal Cu ng Tools Tel: (519) 836-4811 Ure's Country Kitchen & Variety Inc. Mini Golf Tel: (519) 736-7555 administra Wedding in the Woods | Vin Winery Event Venue Tel: (226) 246-0720 windsoriteDOTca News News Media Tel: (226) 773-0460 Windsor Life Magazine Publishers - Magazines/Tabloids Tel: (519) 979-5433 produc Windsor Ready Mix Contractors - General Tel: (519) 974-6600


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