News Timmins Chamber of Commerce Believes More Needs to be Done to Help Businesses Adapt to Cap and Trade SHARE ON: Mackenzie Read, contributor, Thursday, Apr. 6th, 2017 Timmins Chamber Office. Photo supplied by the Timmins Chamber of Commerce A letter urging the province to help businesses adapt to the cap and trade system has been sent to Premier Kathleen Wynne. The Timmins Chamber of Commerce believes the cap and trade system could hurt some of the local businesses. Chamber President Christine Bender says they want the province to put the cap and trade revenues towards offsetting the costs of doing business in Ontario. //www.mytimminsnow.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/cap-and-trade-1.mp3 Bender says the letter identifies a few priorities the province should have. It includes the innovation funding and creating an environment where businesses can look at how they can reduce their emissions. Click here to view the full letter.