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Monthly archive for January 2022

The results have been released for the Surrey 6th Surrey Roads Survey by the Surrey Board of Trade (SBOT). This annual survey helps to:·       Understand their members’ commute and business travel trends;·       Determine any actions, recommendations, or policies that may be required; and,·       Add to their body of knowledge that will lead

PHOTO 1: Kerry-Lynne Findlay, Member of Parliament for South Surrey - White Rock awards Anita Huberman with an Outstanding Canadian Award Medallion on January 21, 2022PHOTO 2: 2021 Outstanding Canadian Recipients Surrey’s Anita Huberman was one of 15 recipients in Canada to receive a 2021 Outstanding Canadian Award Medallion. The medallion was specially designed…

The Surrey Board of Trade is calling on the BC Government to immediately communicate, support and consult the Early Care and Learning sector.“We add our economic voice to the recent call by the Early Childhood Educators of BC to the BC Government to ask for early childhood educators (ECEs) working in early learning and…

Mowi Canada West – British Columbia’s largest salmon producer - has made the difficult decision to permanently close its fish processing plant in Surrey, British Columbia (BC), Canada. This is a direct result of the Liberal Government’s decision on December 17th, 2020, to cancel salmon farming licenses in the Discovery Islands.The former federal Minister…

The Provincial Government created a COVID-19 Closure Relief Grant for businesses that have been fully closed due to the December 22, 2021, Provincial Health Officer orders. It is the second week of January and this funding is still not available.“Many businesses are operating at reduced capacity to protect the public, customers, and staff, which