Monthly archive for August 2022

The BC General Employees Union (BCGEU) and the BC Government are returning to the bargaining table following job action that began on August 15, but a resolution may not be achieved unless both parties are committed to ending job action.“The BCGEU job action has already had a drastic impact on the hospitality sector across

The Surrey Board of Trade again sent a letter to Rob Fleming, BC’s Minister of Transportation & Infrastructure, to determine what it will take to have the new Pattullo Bridge open with six lanes given continued population growth and traffic congestion issues.“The Ministry has indicated that the bridge will not open with six lanes

Today, Surrey Council will be voting to approve an official community plan changes to allow a 482-townhome project located at 1083, 1109 and 1177 - 168 Street; 1068 - Highway 99; and 16620 - 12 Avenue, which is owned by Fergus Creek Homes Ltd.The plan is to amend the Official Community Plan (OCP) from General Land Use

The United States Department of Commerce indicated that they would continue to apply duties on Canadian softwood lumber exported to the United States.“The Surrey Board of Trade warns that this decision compromises regional economic development in the Cascadia Corridor,” said Anita Huberman, President & CEO, Surrey Board of Trade.The dispute was set in…