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Monthly archive for February 2022

Today, the Metro Vancouver Regional Board of Directors voted in favour of the Regional Growth Strategy Amendment Bylaw Number 1328 for the South Campbell Heights development.“The Surrey Board of Trade is pleased with this monumental decision in favour of economic competitiveness, industrial land, business and job growth,” said Anita Huberman, President & CEO, Surrey

On Friday, May 13, the Surrey Board of Trade will host the 13th Annual Surrey Women in Business Awards, presented by Prospera Credit Union. This event recognizes the hard work of Surrey’s businesswomen and their contributions to the community.  A major speaker announcement will be made in the coming weeks.2022 Surrey Women in Business

On this Pink Shirt Day, we formally recognize that bullying and harassment has no place in our life, and for the Surrey Board of Trade within our industry mandate, no place in the workplace. This day serves as a reminder that bullying continues to be a major issue that impacts not only the psychological well

The BC Government unveiled their BC Economic Plan today. It outlined the government’s priorities to enhance innovation, grow the economy, and ensure that we fill the skills gap. This plan comes before the 2022 BC Budget release on February 22.“The Surrey Board of Trade looks forward to continuing on economic projects with this plan.

Both the Canadian Government and the BC Government announced reduced business and travel restrictions today.“The Surrey Board of Trade recognizes that the pandemic restrictions have been difficult for all businesses,” said Anita Huberman, President & CEO, Surrey Board of Trade. “We need to adopt a more sustainable approach to dealing with the COVID-19 virus

The Surrey Board of Trade is hearing that convoy protests will grow in Surrey this weekend.With Surrey being a border city, I ask all Surrey businesses in the potentially affected areas to keep up to date on the situation that may progress over the weekend.The impact of these blockades is choking already impacted