The Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce, which has committed to engaging in constructive dialogue around various issues related to government affairs and policy, is extending an invitation to members to be part of this process.

“Our board leadership has identified advocacy as a key¬† initiative to tackle this year and our hope is to broaden the discussion to as many of our members as possible,” said Shirley de Silva, president and CEO of the Chamber .”This is really an open invitation to begin the kind of quality dialogue that’s needed in our business community,” said de Silva.

Sending a note to de Silva would be a good start to engage in that dialogue. She can be contacted by clicking HERE.