Morden chamber of commerce
Lunch & Learn April 6, 2023
Reducing Chronic Disease in Your Working Life
By: Dr. Andrew Bryk, ND
HALF of the Canadian workforce is living with at least one chronic medical condition with an estimated cost to the Canadian economy of $190 billion annually, with $122 billion in indirect income and productivity losses. Join Dr Andrew Bryk, ND to learn:
- What is chronic illness and what impact it has on society and the workforce
- The role of inflammation in the progression of chronic disease
- How the GI tract and the microbiome can influence inflammation
- Strategies on an how to improve gastrointestinal health as a workplace and as an individual
With an emphasis on disease prevention and health promotion Dr. Bryk N.D. works with his patients to help them become an active participant in the management of their own health. He uses an eclectic approach to health incorporating acupuncture, clinical nutrition, counselling, botanical medicine, hydrotherapy to best match the treatment to the patients needs.
Dr. Bryk N.D. has a special interest in digestive issues, hormone imbalance and pain management but is trained to treat a wide variety of conditions.
Date and Time
Thursday Apr 6, 2023
11:45 AM - 1:00 PM CDT
April 6, 2023
11:45 - 1:00 pm
Lunch Served at Noon
Please advise if you have dietary restrictions
Access Event Centre
Morden Chiropractic Room
111 Gilmour Street Morden
$25.00 Chamber Members
$28.00 Future Members
The Morden Chamber of Commerce hosts the Farmers’ Market every Thursday 4:00 – 6:00 from June to October.
The Farmers’ Market is held in downtown Morden on the corner of Stephen & 8th Street. Over 20 vendors sell homegrown vegetables, fresh baking, locally raised meat, pasta, handmade soap/beauty products, art, crafts, jewellery and much more! While downtown check out some of our fantastic shops!
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Wrapping Up a Morden Christmas is an annual shopping event. Support our participating locations and #shopmorden!
Wrapping Up a Morden Christmas has become a great holiday shopping tradition in Morden, attracting large crowds to the participating retailers.
Retailers offer promotions and shoppers have a chance to win some fabulous prizes!
The event is typically held the third Thursday of November.
A fun, empowering & entertaining evening to celebrate International Women’s Day! Held annually in March.
The Morden Chamber of Commerce Annual General Meeting is held annually in March; the Mayor is invited to present the State of the City Address. The board of directors is elected by the membership and the reports from the previous year are adopted.
We hold 3-4 luncheons/workshops each year. Taking part in these educational events provides learning opportunities for your business. Attendees can also take advantage of networking at these events to raise the profile of their business. Let us know if you have a topic you’d like to learn more about.
The Home & Life Show is an annual Spring event held in March to showcase a variety of businesses to the community. This is a great opportunity to visit numerous businesses under one roof and see what new products and services they have to offer. This 2 day free event has a little something for everyone from home décor, furniture, landscaping, health & beauty to outdoor activities. The Home & Life Show runs Friday 3:00pm – 9:00pm and Saturday 10:00am – 5:00pm at the Access Event Centre.
Interested in becoming an exhibitor? Home & Life Show Exhibitor Package or contact the Morden & District Chamber of Commerce 204-822-5630
Community Open Golf Tournament
The MDCC Community Open golf tournament is a casual fun way to connect with other people in the community. No golf skills are required for this fun 9 hole scramble with lots of fun contests and prizes. This annual event is open to everyone and takes place on a Thursday evening in June at the Minnewasta Golf & Country Club followed by a BBQ dinner on the patio.
The MDCC Awards Gala is an annual event held each fall where we recognize the outstanding contributions of our members. Nominations are submitted by the general public for the following award categories: Business of the Year (< 7 employees), Business of the Year (7+ employees), Not for Profit of the Year and Entrepreneur of the Year. Each Year we have a keynote address by an inspiring speaker.
Entrepreneur of the Year – Lili Krushel, Bella’s Castle
Not for profit of the Year – Royal Canadian Legion, Morden Branch #11
Business of the Year (less than 7 employees): Crocus Real Estate Ltd.
Business of the Year (more than 7 employees): True North Electric
2021 – No Awards Presented due to pandemic
Entrepreneur of the Year – Kyle Wiebe, Maverick Industries
Not for profit of the Year – Many Hands Resource Centre
Business of the Year (less than 7 employees): Morden autobody
Business of the Year (more than 7 employees): Morden Co-op
Entrepreneur of the Year – Merle Block, Checker Signs
Not for profit of the Year – Morden Community Thrift Shop
Business of the Year (less than 7 employees): Horizon Earthworks
Business of the Year (more than 7 employees): Fringe Salon & Spa
Entrepreneur of the Year – Richard and Vanessa Klassen, DanceWorks/Candlewick
Not for profit of the Year – South Central Cancer Resource
Business of the Year (less than 7 employees): Morden Nurseries
Business of the Year (more than 7 employees): Decor Cabinet Company
Entrepreneur of the Year – Blayne Wyton, Prairie Barnwood
Not for profit of the Year – Morden Elks #478
Business of the Year (less than 7 employees): The Olive Tree
Business of the Year (more than 7 employees): Morden Home Hardware
Entrepreneur of the Year – Marla Fehr-Sinclair, Marni LuHu Designs, Studio & Boutique
Not for Profit of the Year – Morden Corn & Apple Festival
Business of the Year (7+ employees) Recipient: Giant Tiger
Business of the Year (<7 employees) Recipient: Morden Physiotherapy
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Business After Hours Mixer
It’s complimentary for chamber members and offers the opportunity to mingle with other busy business people while supporting the honoured host and learning more about their business. Hosts open their doors for the Business After Hours, which features food, drinks, door prizes and of course plenty of networking.
Held 3-4 times throughout the year.