Chambers & Boards of Trade in the News
Thursday, July 23, 2020
The Annapolis Valley is traditionally the third most-visited tourist spot in Nova Scotia, and now its many operators are relying on Atlantic Canadians to show their support this summer. “Tourism was the first industry to be hurt by COVID-19, and the last industry to be helped,” says Judy Rafuse, executive director of the Annapolis Valley Chamber of Commerce. “We are missing a lot of our out-of-province tourists this summer, so we really need to support local.”
Wednesday, July 15, 2020
When it comes to the Annapolis Valley business community, actions are speaking louder than words in helping those negatively impacted by COVID-19.
The Annapolis Valley Chamber of Commerce (AVCC) has introduced a new membership package aimed at supporting not only area businesses affected by the pandemic but charitable organizations as well.
Wednesday, June 24, 2020
The Annapolis Valley Chamber of Commerce is calling on its members challenge all forms of discrimination, including racism. In a news release dated for June 23, the chamber said members are now required to annually declare their commitment to challenging all forms of racism and discrimination.