Welcome to the Scugog Chamber of Commerce

Our 2022 Partners



The Scugog Chamber of Commerce is excited to host its annual BEST BALL FOR BUSINESS GOLF TOURNAMENT

presented by


Join us on August 19th at 11 am for lunch on the patio, networking, and music, followed by a shotgun start at 1 pm.

Raffles and draws will be back again, as well as some fun activities on each hole!

Sign up today!


The Scugog Chamber of Commerce is proud to be able to offer the Workplace Self-Screening, Rapid Antigen Testing Kits starting MARCH 2022.

This program is Fast & Free for your business and you do not need to be a chamber member to participate.

Test Kits Are Here!  We are currently taking appointments for pick-ups.

Book your time HERE



Remember that you don’t need to be a member of our Chamber to order – all local businesses with 150 employees and under can apply for this program!  Businesses with over 150 employees may order rapid tests directly through the Ontario government portal and organizations with locations across Canada, may order directly from the Health Canada government portal.

Here’s what you need to know to participate in the program:

Pick-ups will be made at the Chamber office at 250 Queen St. in Port Perry. PLEASE GO AROUND TO THE BACKDOOR.

PLEASE NOTE: You may only pick up kits with a confirmed appointment.

Before you arrive:

  1. You will be required to sign the PASP (Provincial Antigen Screening Program) Agreement, which will be sent to you upon booking your appointment and bring a signed copy with you the first time you come to pick up your kits. This includes a confirmation that you have watched the mandatory 5-minute training video .
  2. All visitors must complete and PASS a COVID-19 self-assessment before entry into the premises.

Upon your arrival:

  1. A staff member will greet you at your designated pick-up time. If this is your first visit, please be prepared to provide a signed copy of your PASP agreement.
  2. All visitors must complete and PASS a COVID-19 self-assessment before entry into the premises.
  3. Wear a mask when entering the building
  4. Maintain social distancing inside and outside the building.

Once you have conducted testing of employees:

  1. You must report test results EACH WEEK to us. The accumulated data will be shared with the Ontario Ministry of Health. NO private information is shared with the Ministry of Health or other reporting body.
  2. You may only order your kits once per month. 

Check Out Our YouTube Programs


March 31, 2022
The Mississaugas of Scugog Island
January 26, 2022
Let’s Talk about Mental Health
November 25, 2021
The Benefits of Joining Chamber Insurance
October 21, 2021
Economic Development and Tourism Update
October 1, 2021
Vaccination Policies in the Workplace
September 9, 2021
Election 2021 Candidates Forum
August 26, 2021
Mark Berney, Fire Chief and Director of Fire and Emergency Services Update
May 28, 2021
Regional Chair, John Henry Update
April 23, 2021
MPP Lindsey Park Update
March 25, 2021
Medical Associates Vaccine Update
February 25, 2021
Mayor’s Update
December 5, 2020
Virtual Scugog Santa Claus Parade

COVID-19 Preparedness – Scugog Chamber Office

The Scugog Chamber of Commerce (SCC) will continue to provide you with information and updates via email, website and social media as it becomes available.

If you have any business updates, be sure to tag us on your social media sites. @scugogchamber / #scugogchamber

Did you want to be on our email list to get up-to-date information as it happens?  

Email us your name, business, and email address to info@scugogchamber.ca

Where possible please ensure to support your local members and businesses. It is vitally important.


Looking for COVID-19 Supports?

Invest Durham

The Durham Economic Task Force (DETF) is made up of Durham Region’s Economic Development and Tourism team; all 8 Durham Region-area municipal economic development teams, Business Advisory Centre of Durham (BACD); and all of Durham’s Chambers of Commerce and Boards of Trade.

The Durham Economic Task Force’s immediate priorities are to:

  1. Advocate for the urgent needs of our business community to the Provincial and Federal Governments.
  2. Provide resources and information about business supports available from various levels of government.
  3. Work with other levels of government and stakeholders to develop and implement support programming for business owners, affected employees, and their families, who are experiencing financial impacts as a result of COVID-19.
  4. Provide direct support to help guide businesses through the process of accessing emergency financial assistance and programming from all levels of government.
  5. Promote Durham Region’s small and local businesses.



Upcoming Events

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