Today the BC Government announced its COVID-19 Action Plan, which was directly informed by the BC Chamber’s COVID-19 Business Impact Survey.
Vancouver, August 13, 2018 – After meeting with representatives from the Richmond and BC Chambers of Commerce, Honourable Jinny Sims, Minister of Citizens’ Services, acted swiftly to bolster the Chamber brand across British Columbia. Minister Sims has introduced a protocol effective immediately wherein any organization which wishes to register in BC under either the name “Chamber of Commerce” or […]
Our 2018 AGM & Conference told a story of strong engagement and collaboration among our network. 52 resolutions were put forward with various levels of collaboration on 27 of those policies — from co-submitting resolutions to many resolutions with supporting chambers. The end result? Deeper, richer and more meaningful policies that have potential for a wider impact. […]
From electoral reform to the speculation tax and a competitive LNG industry — 20 resolutions pass at BC Chamber AGM
From electoral reform to the speculation tax and a competitive LNG industry — 20 resolutions pass at BC Chamber AGM Kamloops, May 25, 2018 – More than 200 business and Chamber leaders debated, discussed, and passed 20 new business and economic policies today at the BC Chamber’s 66th Annual General Meeting in Kamloops. Passed policy resolutions of note on day one include: Minimizing Undue Negative […]
Vancouver, February 8, 2018 – The BC Chamber of Commerce calls on the provincial government to maintain certainty and predictability as minimum wage set to rise to by 2021. “Predictability and certainty are what’s on our members’ minds,” said Val Litwin, President and CEO of the BC Chamber of Commerce. “While front-loading the minimum wage […]