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Monthly archive for April 2019

Canada’s Treasury Board President and Minister of Digital Government, the Honourable Joyce Murray, will be speaking at a Surrey Board of Trade Business Roundtable Lunch on Thursday, April 25, 2019 at 11:45am at the Surrey Board of Trade Conference Room. Minister Murray will discuss Budget 2019, regulatory reform, support for small business and city-building investments. This is your chance to ask

The Surrey Board of Trade participates annually in Surrey’s Vaisakhi Parade, taking place this Saturday, April 20, 2019.The Sabharwal family, and their Surrey business Copytek Print Centre, started the ‘Go Foam Free Initiative’ to reduce and eventually eliminate foam product use at the very popular and well-attended Surrey Vaisakhi Parade.“Over 500,000 people celebrate

The Surrey Board of Trade is pleased to present the Surrey Entrepreneur Morning Showcase, a series of events featuring Surrey business leaders in different industries and business sizes. The first showcase takes place on Friday, April 26 at Eaglequest Golf Course.Surrey has a vibrant entrepreneurship community. Let's learn from them on what worked and

INVITATIONThe winners of the 9th Annual Surrey Top 25 Under 25 Awards Reception are announced and will be featured at an event on April 24 to celebrate the incredible initiatives of Surrey’s youth 25 years old or younger.The 25 winners were chosen based upon their business or community achievements, leadership ability, community involvement, professional

SURREY – On April 1, the BC government implemented initial amendments to the Forest and Range Practices Act. These amendments will support the health and sustainability of BC’s forests and range lands, while strengthening public confidence in how these vital resources are managed“A number of Surrey Board of Trade members in the forestry sector, and those

Last night’s Surrey Council meeting saw a Notice of Motion by Surrey Councillor Steven Pettigrew related to forming a plan for public consultation for the RCMP transition. Though the motion was deferred to a future Public Safety meeting, the Surrey Board of Trade was pleased to see a focus on public consultation.“The business community…

Last night’s Surrey Council meeting saw a Notice of Motion by Surrey Councillor Brenda Locke related to suspending development on Fraser Highway until Skytrain plans are confirmed.This is supported by the Surrey Board of Trade as it still remains uncertain, under the current funding envelope, what the SkyTrain extension will look like.“The development community, many…