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Thunder Bay Chamber hands out the hardware

RegenMed receives two awards at annual chamber awards
Regen Med

The Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce recognized local business excellence at its 2020 Business Excellence Awards, Oct. 30.

Rebecca Johnson, best known as a long-time Thunder Bay city councillor, received the Charles J. Carter Lifetime Business Achievement Award in recognition of high standards of excellence in business, community service and volunteer work done with the chamber.

The Commitment to Quality Award went to Balmoral Dental Design and Fort William Historical Park.

There were three recipients of the Business Excellence Award with recognition going to Open Mind Interiors, Acadia Broadcasting and Half-Way Motors.

Kelly Mental Health received the New Business Excellence Award. T

The Customer Service Award went to Destination Thunder Bay.

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NOMAD by Pinetree Catering received the Looking Good Award.

Take a Hike + Take 2 Boutique captured the Clean, Green and Beautiful Award.

The Lake Superior Centre for Regenerative Medicine (RegenMed) took home the Not for Profit Excellence Award and the Gamechanger Award.

St. Andrew’s Dew Drop Inn grabbed the Quality of Life Award.

Cashen Tighe of Boreal Tree Service was this year's Top Entrepreneur of the Year recipient.

Stephanie Ash of Firedog Communications is the chamber's Business Person of the Year.

Craig Urquhart of Intercity Industrial Supply received Honourary Membership.

The videos of the presentations to all award recipients are online at www.tbchamber.ca/bizawards.




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