Monthly archive for May 2021

Today, the Surrey Board of Trade and a grassroots movement, organized by Dr. Randeep S. Gill, Dr. James Handel, Dr. David Chong, Dr. Kaleena Patel, Dr. Sukh Dhiman and Dr. Bill West, was launched encouraging everyone in Surrey to sign a petition urging the BC Government to take action on immunization prioritization for Surrey and

The Surrey Board of Trade has released the 7th Surrey Labour Market Intelligence Report today.“From the last report there was a 9,000 job gap and 30,000 jobs recovered, so we are on a positive economic recovery trajectory for Surrey,” said Anita Huberman, CEO, Surrey Board of Trade. “We still need to pay attention to

A temporary paid sick leave program is essential to ensure individuals and businesses are able adequately manage the health and economic challenges arising from COVID-19. Temporary paid sick leave is a fundamental requirement for the economic recovery of Surrey and British Columbia.“The Surrey Board of Trade recognizes that offering employees paid sick leave will