Welcome, Kayla!

We are thrilled to welcome Kayla to the Chamber team for the summer as our Administrative Assistant!

“Hi Brockville! My name is Kayla Fulginiti- Meath. I am very excited to help work with and serve the community through the Chamber of Commerce this summer. I have moved to Brockville to work in the office administrative field in Health Services. I am hard of hearing and can speak English, French, and Sign Language.”

Thank you to Canada Summer Jobs (CSJ), MP Michael Barrett’s Office, and the Education and Employment Centre for their asisstance is bringing in our summer student.

We look forward to a fun filled summer!


Patio Passport: Launching June 1st!


  1. Pick up your Passport at a participating restaurant or the Brockville Tourism Visitor Information Centre (16 Market Street East, Brockville)
  2. Spend $10 at a participating patio listed below.
  3. Your server will add a sticker after your patio visit
  4. Once you’ve completed your passport with 3 stickers, drop into a dropbox at any participating restaurant, or submit your passport online at the Brockville Tourism website.
  5. You could win one of four monthly prizes (June, July, August). The program ends August 31, 2024.


  • JUNE: $50 Downtown Brockville Giftcard (4 winners)
  • JULY: $50 Downtown Brockville Giftcard (4 winners)
  • AUGUST: $50 Downtown Brockville Giftcard (4 winners)
  • GRAND PRIZE: At the end of summer, all participants will be entered in a draw for a one-night stay in Brockville!

The Patio Passport is presented in partnership with Brockville Tourism, City of BrockvilleBrockville & District Chamber of Commerce and Downtown Brockville

Participating Patios

1000 Islands Brewery
1000 Islands Mini Putt
ARBRU (Mallorytown)
Barley Mow Brockville
Boston Pizza
Brockville Country Club
Buell St. Bistro
BUSL (Mallorytown)
Cedar Valley Golf Course
Chuck’s Roadhouse Brockville
Cowan’s Dairy
Fat Les Waterfront Patio
Kelsey’s Brockville
Keystorm Pub
Moose McGuire’s
Nakhon Thai
Sam and Harry’s Chipwagon
Shwarma Garden
Sunnidell Golf
Sweet Ofelia Cafe & Market
Tait’s Fresh Start
The Roost
Tincap Golf Course (Tincap)

Participating Takeout Restaurants (enjoy at a local park!)

Don’s Fish & Chips
Karra’s Burgers & Fries
Manoll’s Fish & Chips
Sweet Life Cafe

Participating Indoor Dining

1000 Islands Pizza (Take out available)
Sunset Grill
The Mill
The Noshery

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2024 Provincial Budget Submission

Chamber: Productivity Must Be Front and Centre in Ontario’s 2024 Budget 

Brockville and District Chamber of Commerce and Ontario Chamber Releases 2024 Provincial Budget Recommendations 

(Toronto – March 14, 2024) – Ontario’s economic prosperity is threatened by inflation, infrastructure backlogs, regulatory barriers, skills gaps, and fears of a slowing economy. To address these challenges, the Brockville and District Chamber of Commerce and Ontario Chamber of Commerce’s (OCC) 2024 Provincial Budget Submission provides recommendations focused on closing Ontario’s productivity gap through a principled growth strategy. 

“Businesses across Brockville and area are continuing to feel the effect of the pandemic,” said Pamela Robertson, Executive Director. “Budget 2024 must lay the groundwork for strong economic growth, building the infrastructure and workforce of the future, and modernizing regulation to ensure Ontario can attract investment and nurture entrepreneurship.” 

Some key recommendations include:  

  • Empowering Ontario’s workforce and addressing labour shortages by supporting a financially sustainable post-secondary education sector, advancing upskilling and reskilling initiatives, and scaling evidence-based interventions to support the participation of equity-deserving groups in the labour market. 
  • Cultivating business competitiveness and sustainable growth by improving access to private capital and credit for small businesses, removing barriers to interprovincial and international trade, and supporting key sectors such as clean energy, cannabis, and tourism.  
  • Investing in resilient, healthy communities by tackling primary care and broader health human resource crises, combating growing rates of mental health and addiction challenges, and expediting the implementation of Ontario’s life sciences strategy.  
  • Building strong foundations through infrastructure by leveraging partnerships to build and preserve affordable housing along the continuum, investing in energy generation, transmission, and distribution infrastructure, and continuing to accelerate broadband rollout across the province 

“In 2024 and beyond, productivity must be Ontario’s priority,” said Daniel Tisch, President and CEO of the OCC. “Capital will flow where productive capacity is highest, and we want it to flow to Ontario. That’s why the budget must focus on policies that support immediate growth while investing in an educated workforce, long-term infrastructure, and healthy, sustainable communities.” 

Recommendations outlined in the OCC’s budget submission were developed in consultation with businesses of all sizes, labour unions, postsecondary institutions, non-profit organizations, industry associations and close to 150 chambers of commerce and boards of trade. 

The Brockville and District Chamber of Commerce represents more than 300 members and has been the community’s business advocate since 1906. Our mission is to support and enhance business to build a strong economic community through proactive leadership in advocacy and relevant programming.

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