News Chamber Looks for Thoughts from Businesses on the Proposed Aquatic Centre SHARE ON: Mackenzie Read, staff Thursday, Nov. 9th, 2017 Timmins Chamber Office. Photo supplied by the Timmins Chamber of Commerce As the proposed aquatic centre moves closer to shovel-ready status, the Timmins Chamber of Commerce is looking for the business community’s thoughts on the project. The City of Timmins says the project could cost roughly $48-million, but won’t move ahead without support from all government levels and the private sector. Manager of Policy Nick Stewart says the chamber is putting out a survey to the business community to gauge what businesses think. //www.mytimminsnow.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/aquatic-survey-1.mp3 Stewart says businesses are being asked if they think the project should move forward and if they will contribute to the fundraising campaign. //www.mytimminsnow.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/aquatic-survey-2.mp3 He adds once the detailed designs come through the fundraising campaign will most likely start moving ahead. He says the chamber wants to form a firm stance on the project before that happens. The survey is open until 5:00pm on November 14th. Click here for more information.