Trent Hills
Chamber of Commerce

Partnerships and opportunities
to support business vitality

Meet the Candidates

The Trent Hills Chamber of Commerce will host a series of municipal candidate meetings to hear directly from the candidates and learn how they will respond to the issues, challenges and opportunities in Trent Hills. There will be five Ward Candidate Meetings and one All Candidates Meeting. Meetings will run from September 27 to October 6. Click this link for full details regarding dates and locations. The format for these meetings will not include questions from the audience. Instead you may submit your questions in advance to  This format will increase the number of questions presented to the candidates. Questions submitted through other channels, including social media, will not be accepted. Contact information is required to submit a question, which shall remain confidential. The deadline to submit questions for EACH meeting is five business days prior to the event.

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Our county is bursting with incredible people doing wonderful things — providing rich consumer experiences for procuring both the ‘need to have’ and the ‘nice to have’. We welcome everyone here and pride ourselves on inclusivity.

The areas covered by each of the four Chambers Northumberland are unique on a regional level, and incredibly diverse within the regions themselves. Each of the towns, villages and rural areas of Northumberland County are host to an amazing variety of shops, restaurants, services, makers, growers and producers. Thus, the mantra It’s All Right Here!

You make a difference when you support local

thriving communities

The communities within Trent Hills each have their own unique and distinctive character. Supporting local businesses keeps our economy strong and our communities thriving.


help create and support jobs

When you shop or purchase a service at a Trent Hills business, you have a direct impact on supporting and creating local jobs. Local jobs keeps local spending in the area.


customer service

Small business owners are more likely to offer personal attention and lend their expertise, they can make recommendations, order in items that may not be in stock, and get to know your preferences.


mutual benefit

Shopping local is mutually beneficial for both businesses and consumers. Business benefit in that they can grow and prosper, which in turns allows them to give back to the community.



Shopping local is a convenient and personalized experience, Many local businesses are now offering an 'omni-channel' shopping experience. In addition to in-store shopping, consumers can purchase online or by telephone.



By supporting local food growers and producers, reducing your fuel consumption to travel to large urban centres, you are helping the environment.

Learn more about the Chamber Network

Why join the Chamber

Voice of business

Advocating to government to support the efforts of the business community.


Opportunities to expand, market and promote your business. Your one-stop-shop for business resources.


Exclusive member offers supporting convenience, cost-savings and first-to-know.

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Trent Hills Communities
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