Welcome to the Huron Chamber of Commerce – Goderich, Central and North Huron. At the Huron Chamber, we believe people do business with who they know, so we create opportunities for businesses to connect with each other and build business relationships.
The Huron Chamber is comprised of approximately 200 local business members who work together for the betterment of our community. We are passionate about improving our community while we grow healthy businesses. We are a volunteer driven association with a Board of Directors and volunteer committees that work collaboratively to meet our goals and mission.
“To be the voice of business dedicated to the promotion of economic development and prosperity for the enrichment of the community” is our commitment to our members and business community. As business members we need to promote a viable and healthy civic and business climate.
Top businesses honoured in Spirit of Success event on Nov. 10. 2020
GODERICH – FauxPop Media was named Business of the Year during the Huron Chamber of Commerce – Goderich, Central and North Huron Spirit of Success Awards event, which was livestreamed from FauxPop Media’s studios in Goderich on Tuesday, Nov. 10, 2020.
Read the full story and watch the one-hour program here.
Mayor’s Event 2020
Huron Chamber of Commerce ““ Goderich, Central and North Huron is hosting the Mayor’s Series, a Facebook Live Event every Tuesday at 4:30 pm at facebook.com/huronchamber from Oct. 6 to Nov. 10.
Each week, Goderich Mayor John Grace will chat with staff, committee chairs, and professionals who have a handing in shaping Goderich’s economy and community.
This forum allows the business community and others to ask questions directly of the mayor and his guests.
Read about upcoming events and watch past events here.
Face coverings mandatory in Huron Perth businesses starting July 17
July 9, 2020 – Dr. Miriam Klassen, Medical Officer of Health for Huron and Perth counties, will issue formal instructions to employers to require the use of face coverings in all commercial establishments, effective Friday, July 17.
These instructions will require business owners to implement a policy for the use of non-medical masks or face coverings; including the expectation that people entering will wear a face covering.
Read the full story here.