Running your business today is tough. The Brampton Board of Trade has your back. Every day we hear from businesses that are overburdened by government regulations and other challenges. We are committed to working towards solutions-oriented impacts,
helping you stay focused on your business.
Regional/Local Issue Advocacy
The Brampton Board of Trade team members are actively representing local businesses by working with City Hall, Region of Peel, and along Canada’s Innovation CorridorLearn More
Provincial Issue Advocacy
The Brampton Board of Trade is a vital member of the Ontario Chamber of Commerce. We connect Brampton’s business community with provincial counterparts to best advocate for business issues at a provincial level.Learn More
Federal Issue Advocacy
Each year, Brampton businesses join with businesses across Canada to develop policy on key economic issues including Agriculture, Finance, and Taxation, Human Resources, Skills and Immigration, Indigenous and Territorial, Industry and Digital Economy, Natural Resources, Energy and Environment, Transport and Infrastructure and Special Issues.Learn More
Our goal is to do what we can to help the needs of Brampton businesses and to foster a stronger economic environment. We offer a variety of resources as well as one-on-one time with BBOT team members to work to find solutions to the obstacles our members are facing.
Our Policy Principles
Through grassroots initiatives and collaboration with our members, we aim to spur economic growth and ensure a better business climate today and in the future.
Prosperity Agenda 2020-21
Each year, a diverse group of business leaders meet as part of the annual Prosperity Roundtable. The outcome of this meeting is the Prosperity Agenda, a roadmap designed to help business leaders become more aware of the key drivers of our economy such as transportation, innovation, and civic leadership.
Policy & Government Relations Committee
The PGR committee identifies, researches, and formulates the Board’s position on public policy and advises the Board of Directors on how to take action. The committee covers issues such as finance and taxation, economic development, infrastructure investment, and more. The committee’s main purpose is to ensure that issues affecting the business community are voiced at all levels of government.Learn More
Paul Grenier, Manager Government Affairs | Clorox Canada
As new members of BBOT we are very impressed with the ability of staff to place our public policy concerns in front of Government decision makers. The education and round table events hosted by BBOT have been a key part of our successful advocacy program.
Business Confidence Survey
Our team and Narrative Research surveyed Brampton Board of Trade members on the topic of Business Confidence. The survey touched on a number of areas including enterprise and economic outlook along with government city-building initiatives, competitiveness, transit and transportation, trade, innovation and more.Learn More