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Monthly archive for October 2021

–Negative PCR Tests, Documentation Requirements, Rising US Cases and Vaccination RecordsToday, the United States announced it will be reopening the Canada and Mexico land borders for vaccinated travelers on a date to be announced in November. Canada reopened its US land borders in August.“This comes as a great relief for the economies of

Surrey, BC – The Surrey Board of Trade announced the winners of the 5th Surrey Arts & Business Awards, presented by Scotiabank, at a live digital event on October 12 which featured BC's Parliamentary Secretary for Arts and Film (and JUNO Award-nominated recording artist), Bob D'Eith, Prem Gill, CEO of Creative BC and Keely Rammage-Scott of Face

© A Master MediaOn October 8 at 9 am, the Surrey Board of Trade will be speaking in favour of Surrey’s Campbell Heights South Employment Lands application at the Metro Vancouver Regional Planning Committee meeting.“The proposed development of South Campbell Heights in Surrey is important to the Metro Vancouver region because of industrial

SURREY, BC – In partnership with Progressive Intercultural Community Services (PICS) and Western Community College, the Surrey Board of Trade has received funding provided by the Government of Canada through the Canada-British Columbia Workforce Development Agreement in the amount of $256,519.00.“The Surrey Board of Trade is pleased to have received this funding from the