The Chamber has been in operation since 1894 but was previously known as the Board of Trade. Since then the Chamber has been helping the community to celebrate various events, helping local businesses to market themselves and supporting various community changes to make Bruce Mines a better place to live. Find out more on our Community Profile.
In addition to helping local businesses, the Chamber has also recognized demands for products or services in the area and helped to either raise money, or the man-power required, to ensure that these services be implemented.
The Chamber was incorporated in 1984 and since then has had a board of directors, president, vice-president, treasurer and secretary.
To promote and improve trade, commerce, economic, civic and social welfare of the district served by this organization. Find out more on Chamber Initiatives and Support activities.
Please click here for a copy of the Community in Action final report commissioned by the Town of Bruce Mines and Plummer Additional Township.
Catchment Area (Supported Area)
The Chamber's catchment area served includes the Town of Bruce Mines, Townships of Johnson and Plummer Additional and as far north as Primeau Lake. However, the businesses and residents from other areas are also welcome to join.
Membership and Meetings
Membership automatically provides free listing in the Bruce Mines Chamber of Commerce brochure and a free listing on our website. From there, we will provide either a link to your own website, or, where our members do not have their own website, we will provide a mini web page within our Business Directory, with your business details, photo, contact email and/or telephone number.
You will also receive an invitation to the Chamber monthly meeting, held on the first Tuesday of each month at 8.00am at the Bruce Mines and Plummer Additional Library. Chamber of Commerce Meeting Minutes are also published here each month.