Platinum Sponsors & Partners


Next Event: Business Mixer

Shaking up Connections, Conversation and Collaboration in King 

Tuesday June 20 from 5:30 – 7:30pm

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King Chamber Signature Events

View our Annual King Chamber Signature Events to learn more about how you can get involved.

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View our Events Calendar

From Networking to Workshops, Chamber and Community Events, check out all of our upcoming events this year. 

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Gold & Silver Sponsors


The chamber is a voice for Businesses by lobbying the Township of King, York Region and other levels of Government and Government departments on behalf of local Business, This is especially valuable for Small Businesses that don’t have the resources to do this on their own.


Strategies that promote local business retention and expansion.


The Chamber Board helps local businesses connect with the local media as well as the Mayor’s office to help promote their Grand Openings, Anniversaries and other events.


Our mission is to promote a healthy, sustainable, and environmentally responsible business climate in King Township. Learn about how you can strengthen the business community and open up more opportunities for your own business growth.


Keele Street Parking

Keele Street Parking

Deputation for Complete Communities, Keele Street Parking The King Chamber of Commerce represented our Members and business community at Council on Monday June 12 regarding King Township’s staff report for Council Resolutions for Requested Changes to the Operations of...

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Discover Ways To Shop Local And Support Our Community

Throughout the pandemic, and in partnership with the Federal Government and the Ontario Chamber of Commerce, we encouraged people to #ShopKing and discover all of the amazing businesses we have in King Township.

As the Canadian economy begins to safely reopen, we still encourage people to get involved in our local community by shopping, dining and exploring businesses in King.

Check a few of the videos we produced to highlight some local vendors.