The American Chamber of Commerce in Canada (AmCham Canada) is a private, non-profit, membership organization that promotes the two-way flow of trade, goods, services and investment between Canada and the United States.
AmCham Canada with seven chapters located throughout Canada is committed to promoting trade opportunities, advancing economic growth, and facilitating the mobility of people, goods and services across the longest undefended border in the world. AmCham Canada continually strives to promote and foster a positive climate for commerce, trade and investment between the United States and Canada, as well as positive working environment among the business people and professional who facilitate and strengthen economic ties between the two countries.
AmCham Canada is a proud member of the United States Chamber of Commerce. The largest global and international business organization in the world. With affiliates located in over 112 countries, The U. S. Chamber is recognized around the globe as a business leader for trade and commerce and from the United States.
To contribute to the expansion of cross-border trade and investment opportunities between Canada and the United States, through active development and promotions of economic and political exchanges.
- Promote the two-way flow of trade and investment, primarily between the United States and Canada, and to help business links with other countries and other AmChams.
- Provide a forum in which American business executives in Canada and Canadian business executives with American interests may identify, discuss and pursue common interests and opportunities regarding their activities.
- Interpret and present the point of view of Canadian commercial interests to the American business public and to lend all practical assistance to Canadian interests seeking to enter the United States market, or wishing to develop their activities in the US.
- Distill and represent the business views of its members before government in Washington and Ottawa.
- Endorse the standing of its members in the local, national and international business communities.
- Develop programs, directed toward students, business, consumers and politicians, to encourage a better understanding of the role of business in a competitive North American market system, and to contribute in a positive way to the community at large.