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  • BEWARE OF CRIMINALS PRETENDING TO BE THE ATLANTIC CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.

    Cybercriminals are using different versions of the Atlantic Chamber of Commerce’s corporate name and logo, and sending fake phishing emails with documents about inheritance claims. They may also be using fake websites, SMS text messages, or phone calls.

    The Atlantic Chamber of Commerce is NOT a LAW FIRMWe do not provide legal services of any kind.

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  • Atlantic Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors

  • The Board of Directors comprises business leaders from multiple disciplines from throughout Atlantic Canada. As the governing body for the Atlantic Chamber of Commerce (ACC), they act in the best interests ACC, its stakeholders, member chambers and its corporate and affinity partners. The board is responsible for managing and supervising the activities and affairs of ACC to ensure it is delivering on its organizational goals and objectives.

    The Board of Directors comprises up to eight directors elected by local chambers of commerce and boards of trade (two per province) and up to seven directors elected from the corporate membership. Elections take place annually at the Annual General Meeting (AGM).

     

    The last AGM took place in on June 1, 2022 where Stephen Rankin, partner at Wesben Global Ltd. was elected as ACC's board chair for 2022-2023.

     

    ACC Announces 2022 - 2023 Chair and Board Members (media release) 

     

     

    Dedicated to good governance and continuous improvement, in 2019 the Atlantic Chamber of Commerce board of directors proudly completed onBoard Canada's Governance Training Course: Board Governance Fundamentals delivered through Ryerson University's Chang School of Continuing Education.

     

    onBoard Board Governance Fundamentals Certificate

     

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  • 2022 - 2023 ACC Board of Directors Profiles

    To access a director's professional biography, simply click on their profile.

  • Would you like to become involved?

    By participating on ACC's Board of Directors or one of the Provincial Advisory Committees (PACs), you can play a central role in enabling business growth in Atlantic Canada through focused, insightful and innovative policy development and advocacy.

    For more information about participating on the ACC Board of Directors or on one of the Provincial Advisory Committees, please contact us.