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08 Nov Chamber Member Joe Ng Honoured by Provincial Government

Hamilton entrepreneur, city builder and diversity leader Joe Ng is a newly-minted recipient of the Ontario Award for Leadership in Immigrant Employment.

Ng, founder and head of JNE Consulting Ltd., received his hardware during a special ceremony held at the 10th annual Ontario Economic Summit, November 6-8, 2013.  The summit is an initiative of the Ontario Chamber of Commerce

Said Ng in an interview: “JNE, Hamilton’s largest engineering consulting firm, has become like the United Nations and that’s deeply satisfying.”

“Our first five award recipients are champions of immigrant success,” said Michael Coteau, Minister of Citizenship and Immigration in a statement. “These outstanding winners recognize the benefits of hiring a diverse workforce. Their hiring practices, innovation and inclusive business cultures pave the way for greater economic growth in this province by connecting our labour force to the global community.”

Below are the words of commendation read in honour Mr. Ng:

Joseph Ng moved to Canada from China in 1968 to study electrical engineering at the University of New Brunswick and graduated in 1973. In 1980 he incorporated Joe Ng Engineering Limited in Hamilton. The company extended its reach to China shortly after its inception and in 1994 Joe Ng Engineering Limited reorganized to become JNE Consulting Limited, a full service, multidisciplinary engineering firm serving a wide range of industries. Today, his group of companies employs hundreds of professionals, many of whom are new Canadians. Hiring immigrants is a point of pride for Joe.

His contributions to Ontario’s globally-connected economy have been significant, and along the way enriched Hamilton’s local economy through the creation of jobs and the promotion of innovative practices. Joe recognizes the value of hiring a diverse workforce which benefits the lives of hundreds and all of those who have the privilege to work with him.

23 Oct City Manager's Breakfast: A Bright Future for Hamilton

On October 22nd, the Hamilton Chamber of Commerce hosted the annual address from the Hamilton City Manager Chris Murray in front of a sold-out venue at the Hamilton Waterfront Centre. Mr. Murray is the highest ranking government staff member in charge of implementing a variety of government services and planning initiatives of the city. His speech highlighted emerging economic trends and, more importantly, the tremendous progress the city has made statistically and from the perspective of many external publications.

The Chamber was pleased to hear statistics that point towards economic recovery for the city, as it claims one of the lowest unemployment rates and the highest economic diversity index for comparable municipalities in Canada. These figures are supplemented by a significant upsurge in commercial construction that has led to several major projects in the downtown core and an all-time low overall vacancy rate of 1.3%.

Mr. Murray also informed the crowd on some of the major challenges facing the city over the next ten years. The largest is a deferred maintenance cache for infrastructure that requires over $200 Million a year in investment to stabilize. This is in parallel with a community demand for lower tax increases and a suboptimal ratio of tax revenue (Only 23% of revenue to the city is the more lucrative commercial based, the rest being residential); as well as an aging population and associated health care costs.

An interesting conclusion of this speech was also recognition of community initiatives in the future of Hamilton with special mention to Young Professionals and Hamilton Hive for their initiatives and events.

The event concluded with a series of questions from the Chamber CEO and audience on topics like Complete Streets and Brownfield remediation.

The Chamber would like to thank Mr. Murray and his staff, as well as Hamilton Economic Development.

City Manager's Presentation 2013

Hamilton - The Ambitious City (Video)

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03 Oct Renew Hamilton Learning Forum - October 18

Join other city builders at an informal community event devoted to the regeneration of downtown Hamilton and adjacent neighbourhoods.

Part inspiration and part education, the Renew Hamilton Learning Forum will take place in a festival tent set up beside the iconic Lister Building in the heart of Hamilton’s arts district.

It will feature a keynote address by Martinus Geleynse (left), principal at MGI Media and publisher of urbanicity magazine.  He will reflect on recent fact finding trips to several peer cities — including Buffalo, Pittsburgh and Detroit — to cast a vision of Hamilton’s future as one of North America’s leading midsize urban centres.

This first-of-its-kind event in will appeal to our city’s growing urban renewal community, including thinkers, doers and observers of all ages and backgrounds.

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Friday October 18 from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm
$20/person, includes light refreshments.  Wine bar and food trucks extra.
Pay at the Door ~ pass will enable you to come and go throughout the day

LIMITED SEATING: Contact Whitney Simmons at 905-522-1151 x 100 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it to register in advance.

Sponsored by Hamilton Chamber of Commerce | City of Hamilton | LIUNA | Hamilton/Burlington Society of Architects | Ontario Association of Architects




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