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  • 1 Oct 2019 5:09 PM | Deleted user

    Effective October 2019  

    To all our valued members of the Eastern PEI Chamber of Commerce:

    Upon the decision of the Board of Directors , we have voted unanimously for an increase of the membership dues effective October 1st, 2019. We have included a copy of the new membership tier for you to refer to. This will allow our Chamber to move forward and progress as we continue to add value and increase  services to our membership. We feel it is necessary for this slight increase in our membership rates because our rates have remained the same for the past 15 years, but the cost of doing business has not. The increase will allow our organization to continue to serve you, our members, as we move into the future. We want to continue to provide the most value and the best experience possible. 

      Annual Membership Fee Schedule


    1-10 Employees 

    (If adding additional companies add $25)

    $100 + HST =$115

    11-20 Employees

    (If adding additional companies add $75)

    $150 + HST=$172.50

    20+ Employees

    (If adding additional companies add $100)

    $200 + HST =$230

  • 10 May 2019 3:06 PM | Deleted user

  • 2 May 2019 10:09 AM | Deleted user

    See full job posting here. Deadline is June 21st.


  • 2 May 2019 10:00 AM | Deleted user

    See for yourself what the Chamber Plan can do for you!

    Reach out to the Nicholson Group today 1-877-472-0038

    View Video Here https://youtu.be/N9aQLWzpRjQ

  • 15 Apr 2019 1:06 PM | Deleted user

    Want to advertise in the next edition of the Explore Magazine?

    Please contact us @ 902-838-3131 and we will tell you how!

    Explore showcases entrepreneurs, big and small, whose determination is driving growth in our region. Over 5500 copies are distributed plus over 55,000 online viewers per month.

    View past editions here

  • 6 Jan 2019 9:18 AM | Deleted user

    Your Eastern PEI Chamber of Commerce will host the 12th Annual Business and Community Excellence Awards, Thursday February 21st at the Fortune Community Centre.

    EPEICC will celebrate member's successes, innovations and contributions to the Eastern community. This annual event recognize businesses, entrepreneurs and community leaders who have demonstrated excellence in five different categories.

    Award Categories are as follows 

    Emerging Growth Potential Award

    Employee Recognition Award

    Business Excellence Award

    Community Impact Award

    Service Excellence Award (*new*)

    2019 Awards Nomination Form.pdf
  • 19 Jul 2018 10:15 AM | Deleted user

    News Release New Face for the Eastern PEI Chamber of Commerce

    Lori MacGregor of Souris has been hired as the new Executive Director for the Eastern PEI Chamber of Commerce. Lori comes to her new post with a wealth of experience including being an Information Officer at the Rural Action Centre in Souris, the local library and the Main Street Family Resource Centre.

    “Lori exceeded expectations and has personality in abundance for accomplishing our work,” said Russ Compton, Chamber president. “Lori brings a strong background in networking, government relations and team building, all important skills as the Chamber looks to build membership through providing relevant programs and services.”

    Currently, the Chamber delivers two signature events annually that showcase eastern PEI excellence. This fall the third annual Explore Economics East conference will be held, followed in early 2019 with the Business Excellence Awards.

    Tara Burke, board member said, “There is so much more that we want to do for our members and all business in Eastern PEI. We are confident that Lori is the person to help us do that.”

  • 19 Jul 2018 10:13 AM | Deleted user

    Eastern Chamber of Commerce Promotes Resource Development!

    Recognizing that our primary resources have always been the mainstays of our economy, the EPEICC has been looking for new ways to increase development. We started thinking about the “forestry sector”, as we have more woodland in the east than the rest of the Island combined, and much is underutilized, says Board Member, Pat Binns. To get the ball rolling, Chamber Directors sponsored a meeting in January with a small group of woodlot owners to discuss ideas which would might bring more value to our woodlots. While the discussions recognized the continuing low prices and obstacles to development, some great ideas were discussed. Most were interested in “biomass heating systems” and their potential, especially if small woodlot owners, using sustainable harvest methods, were used. The new District system in Tignish was highlighted as were other projects in Summerside and Charlottetown. As there are few biomass installations in the east, follow up was agreed upon. Other ideas promoted included the following: * nut trees plantations such as black walnuts, hazelnuts and pecans. * non-timbered forest products including sugar maple * small mill opportunities for hardwood flooring and live edging products. * agroforestry opportunities such as using willow extracts for medicinal purposes * more milling capacity and kiln drying * studying European small scale forestry practice

    Participants generally agreed that a Marketing Structure that supported the small woodlot owner would enable owners to generate more income and expand sustainable activity. As a result, next steps include looking at the potential for a woodlot owner's cooperative or similar structure.

    Discussions on the biomass opportunity have continued. The Town of Montague, along with their Economic Development group is doing a feasibility study on using biomass heat for municipal, Government, community and commercial facilities. A project is in early stage consideration for the Belfast area and interest is also being shown in the Souris area.

    Russ Compton, current President of the Chamber, and a long time woodlot owner, urged anyone interested in a marketing structure controlled by woodlot owners, to contact the Chamber office or the PEI Woodlot Owners Association. A follow-up meeting will be held in the near future.

  • 21 Feb 2018 3:17 PM | Deleted user


    Montague, PEI February 20, 2018 –  On February 13th, the Eastern PEI Chamber of Commerce joined over 150 leaders in business, government and community to celebrate the achievements of outstanding local businesses, organizations and individuals at the EPEICC Business and Community Excellence Awards Banquet.

    “The Eastern region is fortunate to have so many great businesses and innovative entrepreneurs,” explains Russell Compton, Acting President of the Eastern PEI Chamber of Commerce. ” The Business and Community Excellence Awards Banquet gives us a chance to showcase some of the amazing business talent that we have here in Eastern PEI,” noted Mr. Compton.  “This annual event is a great opportunity to recognize and reward outstanding performances of business excellence, while continuing to encourage the entrepreneurial and community spirit Prince Edward Island is known for.”

    Recipients of this year’s 2018 Awards were selected from a robust list of finalists and nominees from across eastern PEI and are:

    Provincial Credit Union, Excellence in Business Award:
    Dr. John M. Gillis Memorial Lodge

    Grant Thornton, Emerging Business Growth Potential Award:
    Seaside Innovation Inc.

    MRSB, Pillar of the Community Impact Award:
    Scott Annear

    Innovation PEI, Employee of the Year Award:
    Sandra Smith, Baker’s Corner Express + Petro Canada


    The Eastern PEI Chamber of Commerce was also excited to host and receive remarks from Her Honour the Honourable Antoinette Perry, Lieutenant Governor of Prince Edward Island and from the Honourable Chris Palmer, Minister responsible for Economic Development and Tourism.

    This year’s banquet took place at the St Peter’s Bay Complex in St Peter’s Bay.  In addition to the Excellence in Business Awards, it included a keynote presentation sponsored by CDBC and delivered by Michel Neray on Powerful Storytelling.  Michel shared inspiring stories which kept the audience engaged.

    Martina Macdonald, General Manager with CBDC noted, “These awards confirm people want to celebrate the successes in our community and spread the message that eastern Prince Edward Island is a great place to live, work and do business.”  She urges everyone to consider nominations for the next year.  It is a great way to honour those in your business community that go above and beyond.




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