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Surrey, B.C. – The Surrey Board of Trade will be joined by Gopal Sahota, Chair of the Fraser Valley Real Estate Board on Wednesday, June 21st at their Annual General Meeting and Chair’s Dinner. Mr. Sahota will provide an update on the State of the Real Estate Industry.Also at the event, new and incoming

The BC Government introduced the 2017 provincial budget today.“The BC Government budget is built for business & investments in a time of global economic uncertainty,” said Anita Huberman, CEO, Surrey Board of Trade. The investments for business, the economy, and for Surrey are reflected in the Surrey Board of Trade’s top policy priority areas:

Surrey, B.C. – Today, Prime Minister Trudeau announced four government decisions: the approval of Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain Expansion Project; the approval of Enbridge Line 3 replacement; the dismissal of the Northern Gateway project; and the continued moratorium of tankers off the northern BC coast.“The approval of the Trans Mountain Expansion Project is the…

At the Canadian Chamber of Commerce’s AGM and Convention today, held Sept. 18 in Regina, the Surrey Board of Trade at the request of its members, submitted a resolution, entitled Business Needs More Clarity Regarding Its Role In Reconciliation With Indigenous PeoplesAt the Canadian Chamber of Commerce’s AGM and Convention today, held Sept. 18 in

On July 29, 2016, the Provincial Government passed Bill 28 – Miscellaneous Statues (Housing Priority Initiatives) Amendment Act, 2016, which amended four legislative acts. Of particular interest to the Surrey Board of Trade is the establishment of a Housing Priority Initiatives special account.“I have some members very concerned about some of their transactions that

KELOWNA, BC – The Surrey Board of Trade is calling on the provincial government to focus on affordable rental housing and a fluid labour market at the BC Chamber of Commerce Annual General Meeting and Conference, May 29 – 31 in Kelowna. This policy was approved at today’s second BC Chamber policy session as a

- Trans Mountain Expansion Will Create Substantial Benefits for SurreyThe Surrey Board of Trade is pleased the National Energy Board has recommended the federal government approve the Trans Mountain Expansion Project, and believes the expansion will have a significant economic impact to Surrey, BC and Canada.“Surrey residents will see substantial benefits as a

The Surrey Board of Trade will host the Leadership Surrey Dialogue Series focused on the Economics of Industrial Lands on Friday, March 11 at Eaglequest Golf Course (7778-152 Street) from 7:30am to 9:30am.Metro Vancouver Chair Greg Moore and Acting Surrey Mayor Vera LeFranc will present joined by Minister Peter Fassbender on his overview of

“The Surrey Board of Trade (SBOT) applauds Minister Oakes for undertaking the worthy and necessary initiative to reduce red tape in the BC Government,” said Anita Huberman, CEO of the Surrey Board of Trade. “ We welcome the release of the Red Tape Engagement Report and encourage Minister Oakes to make Red Tape Reduction an ongoing review process to ensure BC retains our competitive edge for business attraction and retention.”

The inaugural Surrey Board of Trade Mayor's Breakfast Series, featuring Canada's Infrastructure and Communities Minister Amarjeet Sohi.Date: Friday, February 12, 2016 - Registration and 7:15 am - 9:00 am - Surrey City Hall-Council Chambers (13450-104 Avenue, Surrey BC)General Admission: $40 + taxThe Surrey Board of Trade is connecting the business community