Monthly archive for August 2021

Surrey School District’s Meal Program provides daily nutritious breakfast and lunch meals to students that may not otherwise be able to access them. The Surrey Board of Trade believes that the business community has a role to play in supporting the accessibility of these nutritious meals.“As we move into a new school season after

Advanced Voting Begins September 10The Surrey Board of Trade believes that voting is a privilege. Voting connects citizens with their political process. The simple act of marking a ballot tells our leaders what we think about decisions that affect our lives. By respectfully agreeing or disagreeing with our leaders we show that the political

Today’s BC Government announcement of a short-term measure for proof of vaccination is necessary to increase vaccination rates and to ensure the safety of consumers and workers.“The goal in the future is to have a coordinated, national approach to show proof of vaccination,” said Anita Huberman, CEO, Surrey Board of Trade. “A short-term proof

- Says Does Not Meet Surrey’s Population Growth NeedsToday, the BC Minister of Transportation, Rob Fleming, announced that the George Massey Tunnel will be replaced with another tunnel that will be comprised of 8-lanes, with two of the lanes dedicated to rapid bus transit lanes and an active transportation pathway.“The Surrey Board of

Surrey Federal Election Candidates Business Dialogue scheduled for September 8 from 5:30-8:30pm co-hosted by the Surrey Board of Trade and the South Asian Business AssociationSURREY, BC – Surrey is going to be the largest city in British Columbia by 2030. The Federal Election, with voting set to take place on September 20th, matters to

At SFU Surrey's campus today. Minister  Melanie Joly with local Surrey MP's announced the new Regional Development Agency for BC, building on the work of Western Economic Diversification. Pacific Economic Development Canada will be headquartered in Surrey, soon to be the largest city in BC, expected by 2030.“The Surrey Board of Trade actively advocated

Surrey Board of Trade CEO Anita Huberman was inducted as a new Board Director of the Forum for International Trade Training (FITT).FITT is the global standard for international trade training in Canada and around the world. They are a not-for-profit organization dedicated to providing international business training, resources and professional certification to individuals and