A Story … Over 100 Years

April 25, 1900

Registration of the “Granby Board of Trade”. Files handled: roads, postal service, rail system.

March 31, 1914

First conference dinner.

1930s and 40s

Supporter and partner of major projects such as: Hospital center, Miner pool, Lake Boivin, tourist office.

The 50’s

Project to set up a zoological garden.

60s and 70s

Bromont airport file, accessibility to highway 10, drinking water.

80 years

Change of name for the French-speaking appellation: “Chamber of Commerce” which now has 200 members.


First “Mérite Action” edition (now Prix ​​Distinction ) and Gala evening.

90s and 2000s

Birth of the Economic Development Corporation, relaunch of the Eastern Townships regional tourism house. Coordination of various projects in partnership with Economic Development Canada, Emploi-Québec, Human Resources Development Canada and the Quebec Chamber of Commerce.

More than 110 years of history and 65 Presidents of the Council.