Barrie Chamber of Commerce

The Barrie Chamber of Commerce was incorporated under the federal Board of Trade Act on June 10, 1926. The Chamber… Read More →
Barrie Chamber of Commerce

About Us

The Barrie Chamber of Commerce was incorporated under the federal Board of Trade Act on June 10, 1926. The Chamber has been serving the local business community for more than 90 years. The Chamber examines community needs to determine what must be done to make it a better place to live and do business. It channels community resources to the fulfillment of these needs. It organizes and develops the necessary leadership to guarantee an effective force for progress and improvement. The Barrie Chamber recently embarked on an ambitious path to reposition itself and connect in new ways with members, strategic partners and the broader Barrie community. In doing so, the Barrie Chamber of Commerce will be acknowledged as THE GATEWAY to local business success. VISION STATEMENT: To serve as a connector of growing Barrie businesses, dedicated to increasing community prosperity. MISSION STATEMENT: The Barrie Chamber of Commerce is the primary local resource for business excellence, advocacy and growth, that strengthens the local business community through member engagement and connection. TAGLINE: Empowering Local Business CORE STRATEGIES: -Engagement -Advocacy -Business Excellence -Communication

Hours of Operation

Monday through Friday9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Driving Directions

Highway 400, exit at Bayfield St, turn towards the lake to go down the hill (away from malls), turn right on Wellington St, left on Toronto St, we are down the hill on the left, after the lights.

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Primary Business Rep

COVID-19 Advisory

In response to evolving data around the Delta variant and based on the recent experiences of other jurisdictions, the government, in consultation with Ontario’s Chief Medical Officer of Health, is pausing the exit from the Roadmap to Reopen.

The Chief Medical Officer of Health and other health experts will continue to monitor the data to determine when it is safe to exit the Roadmap and lift the majority of public health and workplace safety measures currently in place.

Thank you for the work you have already done to protect our community by following public health protocols throughout these challenging times.

Stay strong, choose local, and please consider participating in our Rapid Screening Program to help reduce community spread.