How does the Chamber determine its focus areas or sectors?
Focus is demand-driven, determined by our members. All topics discussed above were discussed and proposed in conjunction with our members on an individual basis with each member organization.
Does the Chamber primarily cover mining as a focus area?
Canada has led in mining, but this by no means exclusive.
The Chamber covers all sectors and in recent years has included among other: financing clean energy projects; agriculture; energy; oil and gas; ICT; public private infrastructure projects; informal sector supply chains; water quality management; risk insuring investment; new economic policy announcements from governments (including the launch of Senegal’s New Economic Policy); critical metals; risk analysis; logistics; market-solutions through business for carbon emissions reductions; institutional investment by pension funds and private equity firms; start-up investments and venture capital; free trade; opportunities for women-led companies; and exporting.