All of the leaders of Ontario’s Political parties will be in Muskoka next week.

The Ontario Chamber of Commerce is holding its AGM and convention in Minett from May 2nd to 5th.  Ontario Premier Doug Ford, Andrea Horwath, Leader of the Ontario NDP, John Fraser, Interim Leader of the Ontario Liberal Party, and Mike Schreiner, Leader of the Green Party of Ontario are among the speakers that will be attending.

“The Ontario Chamber Network has long been recognized as the leading voice in advancing economic development across the province. This year, our collective voice is stronger than ever as we translate the strength of our 60,000 members in 135 communities across Ontario into historic policy impact,” said Rocco Rossi, President, and CEO of the OCC. “Together, we are leveraging Ontario’s advantages and strengthening our global competitiveness.”

The Muskoka Lakes Chamber of Commerce and the Gravenhurst Chamber of Commerce are co-hosting chambers from across the province.

“We are proud to bring together government as well as industry and community leaders from different backgrounds and experiences from all regions of the province so that an exchange of ideas can happen right here in Muskoka,” explained Norah Fountain, Executive Director of the Muskoka Lakes Chamber of Commerce.

The convention is used to discuss policy decisions that are important to Ontario business.

“As a network, we advocate for solutions that foster the growth of Ontario businesses and lead to the creation of jobs across the province. Our work will set the stage for addressing key issues businesses in all regions of the province face,” added Sandy Lockhart of the Gravenhurst Chamber Executive Director.