Welcome to the Scugog Chamber of Commerce


The Scugog Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with the Township of Scugog, and the Lions Club of Port Perry, brings to you the 2021 Parade theme of:

“Christmas Together Since 1871”


Follow us on FacebookTwitter, and Instagram to get updates about Santa’s arrival.



The Scugog Chamber of Commerce

2nd Annual Christmas Lights Contest


Christmas Lights Entry Form


We are looking for Volunteers to assist with our 2021 Santa Claus Parade.  If you are interested in being part of our Volunteer group, please click on the link below.



Are you interested in joining the Scugog Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors?

The Scugog Chamber of Commerce has opened its search for our new Board of Directors.  These Directors will be sworn in officially at our AGM in February however will begin their duties as of Jan 1, 2022.  Except for federal, provincial, regional, or municipal employees or elected officials, all active members in good standing and accepting our Code of Conduct are eligible to nominate or be nominated to serve as a Director.

Our Board of Directors represents a diverse section of businesses and organizations in the Township of Scugog. Serving on the SCC board is considered an excellent opportunity to assist the chamber in fulfilling its mandate for 2022 and beyond. All Directors are expected to commit appropriate time and effort to give the proper attention to their responsibilities as a Board Member, including preparing for and attending monthly Board of Directors meetings among other things. The SCC has committees such as the Executive Committee, Planning Committee, Event Committee, and Membership Committee, of which you may be asked to sit on and provide oversight.  The SCC Board of Directors is a strategic board and directors are expected to take a senior leadership role in directing our current & future state.

To ensure we have an ideal Board of Directors, we strive to have diverse representation in both skills, and abilities. In particular, expertise or interest in the following is considered an asset.

Our by-laws require our Board of Directors to participate in an annual election process. The Scugog Chamber of Commerce shall consist of a minimum of (10) directors.  The elected members shall be presented to the membership Annual General Meeting for a one (1) year term.

Nomination Process:

To be nominated for a position on the Board of Directors, please submit your completed nomination form to kalarge@scugogchamber.ca.  Nominations must be received no later than Monday, November 22nd, 2021.  

Thank you for your interest in supporting the SCC chamber in this very important leadership position.

The Scugog Chamber is committed to an inclusive, barrier-free nomination process. If you identify or experience any barriers to your participation in this process, please advise us as we genuinely want the most diverse and inclusive Board possible to represent our Members for the upcoming year.

Download the Nomination Form HERE

 Simon Gill – Director, Economic Development & Tourism – Update

On Thursday, September 21, Simon Gill, Director of Economic Development and Tourism, at the Region of Durham, provided an update on COVID-19 recovery efforts, an overview of economic development and tourism activities and opportunities for the local business community, as we focus on the future.

The priority of the Economic Development and Tourism Division of the Region of Durham (Invest Durham) is to lead, facilitate and support various investment attraction and expansion initiatives. Their goal is to create and retain jobs, increase non-residential assessment, and promote the region as the best place to live, work and invest.

This event was hosted by local personality, Jonathan van Bilsen, and will be broadcast by Rogers tv and on the Chamber’s YouTube channel. It is also available to view, on the Scugog Chamber of Commerce’s website.

For more information, visit investdurham.ca.

Welcome Karey Anne Large, Our New Executive Director

The Scugog Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce, Karey Anne Large will be joining us on October 18, as our new Executive Director. Drop by and welcome Karey, when you have a chance.
Karey has provided her bio, to help everyone understand how her experience will be a great asset to our team.
“While still working in the corporate world in 2005, Karey Anne Large started making cakes out of her home kitchen. After discovering her passion for cake decorating, she dove in headfirst, leaving her corporate career behind and opening her first retail location in 2011. Born and raised in Whitby, Large chose the historic downtown Whitby to open up her dream shop – KakeKreations. After, a tragic fire at her Brock Street location, she persevered and moved KakeKreations to its second location on Dundas Street in 2015.
Large saw many sweet successes during her cake decorating journey, including winning the 2015 Parents Choice Award for Best Cakes in Durham Region and the Whitby Chamber of Commerce’s (WCC) New Business of the Year in 2016. She was also the only Canadian featured on the Food Network’s Cake Wars and was awarded 1st runner up.
In 2017, Large made the difficult decision to close up KakeKreations and step into the position as the Executive Director of the Downtown Whitby Business Improvement Area (DWBIA), combining her experience as a small business owner with her love for the Town of Whitby.
With more than 40 years as a Whitby resident, Large sees the importance of giving back and has held such positions as Past President of the Whitby Chamber of Commerce and a past member of its Signature Events Planning Committee. She is also a member of Whitby Rotary Sunrise as the current vocations director and co-chair for Whitby Ribfest, Large has also sat on the Whitby Heritage Advisory Committee, Lakeridge Health Gala Planning Committee, and currently sits as the co-chair for Mayor Mitchells Community Development Fund Planning Committee. Large has also sat on the Ontario Business Improvement Area Association’s Board of Directors and Advocacy Committee. Her dedication to volunteerism was recognized in 2019 when she received the WCC’s second-ever Jim Lavelle Award, inspired by the extraordinary contributions of the late Jim Lavelle and the four values he deemed most important: commitment, determination, innovation and compassion.
“Community and business are at the heart of everything I do, and when the two come together, amazing things can happen. It is an honour to have been chosen to be the next Executive Director of the Scugog Chamber of Commerce, where I can continue to work with local business leaders in making Scugog the place to be.” – Karey Anne Large.

Check Out Our Other YouTube Programs

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

Infection Protection and Control Support for Local Businesses, from Medical Associates of Port Perry.  Click here for more information.

COVID-19 Quick Update Guide

COVID-19 Preparedness – Scugog Chamber Office

The Scugog Chamber of Commerce (SCC) is taking proactive actions to help keep our communities safe. The SCC is implementing social distancing measures through a combination of limited hours as needed (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday – 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.).

We will continue to provide you with information and updates via email, website and social media.

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

We are working with our members and local businesses, assisting to get our community back up and running as best and as quickly as possible.

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.

PPE Equipment Supplies

Port Perry Suppliers 

Canplex Profiles

Please contact: Nick
Email: nick@canplex.com 905-718-8633 cell
NEW – Children Specific Sized Faceshields
Nitrile based elastic strap adjustable to fit all sizes
(does not grab hair) and are hinged to pivot up as needed.
Face Shields that lift up! 
Two Styles:  Over The Head  
OR Fits over a hard helmet.

Sensational Signs

12780 Simcoe St / 27 Easy Street Unit 2, Port Perry, ON L9L 1B3

Phone: 905-982-0881

Sensational Signs

Offering retail stand-alone guards on counters.

32″ X 24″

36″ X 32″

AAMI LEVEL 1 & 2 REUSABLE ISOLATION GOWNS – Locally manufactured in Port Perry, Ontario

Level 1 Isolation Gowns – $35.00/tax

Level 2 Isolation Gowns – $38.50/tax

For information and pricing, contact Port Perry Excellence, Carol Ann Sheahan at (905) 985-8865 or email at carol@sunnybraegolfclub.com

PP Print

201 North Street Port Perry ON


Please call ahead so they can get your order ready for pick-up.

Debit OR Credit Cards accepted.

“Together for Business”



Hello Fellow Chamber Members:
We are now producing social measures re-opening signage. Please see attached samples. Decals and graphics suitable for various business purposes as well as vehicles and work locations.
As a way of expressing gratitude to our local Frontline Heroes we are offering FREE Frontline Hero decals for donations. 100% of all proceeds will purchase lunches for our courageous gals n guys!
Best wishes always, keep yer stick on the ice
Fred Haines | 905 985 0802 | Signworkscanada.com 

TripleP Promotions

here to help businesses in any way we can!

Kera Phoenix
TripleP Promotions
www.triplep.ca | 416-301-1485



The Durham Task Force has  pulled together a list of

PPE Suppliers in Durham



Ontario Government


This is a very long list so please drill down to find your business sector

Each sector has a link to details

Health and Safety Association Guidance Documents for Workplaces During the COVID-19 Outbreak


Reopening Ontario after COVID-19

Learn how we’re planning to reopen businesses, services and public spaces.



Programs to Help Businesses

Canada Emergency Commercial Rent Assistance (CECRA) for small businesses The program will lower rent by 75% for small businesses that have been affected by COVID-19

Access to Credit and other Programs 

Canada Emergency Business Account (CEBA) The program will provide interest-free loans of up to $40,000 to small businesses and not-for-profits whose revenues have been temporarily reduced and to help cover operating costs.

CEWS – Emergency Wage Subsidy – HOW TO









This program has recently changed.  Click here to receive up-to-date information.


Ontario Government 


Current Store & Business Hours In Scugog

Please check with your favourite stores to see how they are helping you to safely shop! 

Click here for more information.

Locally – Township of Scugog





COVID-19 Centralized Resource Centre 
This is where you will find all the updates on every single program that has been rolled out both Provincially and Federally.
IF you need help navigating this site please contact us. info@scugogchamber.ca


For Community of Durham Residents




Even though our offices are closed to ‘in person’ meetings, we are still providing employment services in Scugog, Brock, and Uxbridge and would be happy to support businesses in the community however we can.

Staff continue to interact with job seekers and businesses through phone, email, texting and video conferencing. We can support businesses in finding suitable staff to fulfill vacancies as the need arises through our free job posting service.

Our Provincially funded program is also available to help offset the cost of training a new staff member with the Job Matching and Placement Incentive. This is a dollar figure reimbursed to employers for a potential of 4-8 weeks, while new staff transition through the training period. If you are receiving resumes and would like to know if you are eligible for any funding please contact us.

There is also support through the Canada Ontario Job Grant, for those businesses that would like to investigate training for staff. This means that eligible businesses could receive direct financial support for purchasing training for their staff and be reimbursed for up to 83% of the cost of a course.

If you have any questions please give me a call or send an email. Stay healthy,









Certified Nursing Assistants, CNA,  training resources to help better educate the public on the proper steps for hand washing to help prevent the spread of infectious diseases.  



Upcoming Events

Scugog Chamber of Commerce Welcomes New Members