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The Canadian Aboriginal and Minority Supplier Council (CAMSC) and the Surrey Board of Trade (SBOT) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to collaborate to increase access to business opportunities in the corporate supply chain for their respective members, and when/where it makes sense given their respective mandates, to lobby government to effect change on…

Jasroop Singh Gosal, the Surrey Board of Trade’s Policy & Research Manager, has been appointed to the BC Government’s Employment Accessibility Standard Technical Committee."The Surrey Board of Trade looks forward to participating in this meaningful way to create results for those that face barriers to equally participating in the economy," said Anita Huberman, President

The BC Government announced ways and means to speed up housing development and increase supply by giving the BC Government the power to set housing targets in municipalities with the greatest need and highest projected growth. Targets will be based on information provided by and in consultation with municipalities. The new housing targets will encourage

The Surrey Board of Trade advocates for red tape reduction for businesses. Red tape is excessive bureaucracy, routines, rules and complexity at all levels of government which causes delays or unreasonable costs to businesses. Filing forms and applying for licenses are a part of doing business, however, the Surrey Board of Trade wants to ensure

The BC Government will be making changes to the Highway 99 and 32 Avenue interchange entry and exit ramps in Surrey. The $23 million project will add new lanes to both exit and entry ramps and lengthen the southbound exit ramp to the 32 Avenue Diversion.“Previous Surrey Board of Trade Road Survey Reports have

Watch a recording of the press conference announcement. The Surrey Board of Trade has announced a bold move by purchasing a second location in Surrey’s Health & Technology District by the Lark Group. In a co-ownership arrangement with Western Community College, the space is expected to open in early 2023 following renovations to establish the…

Today, the BC Government announced that they are supporting the feasibility of a high-speed rail service connecting Vancouver, Seattle and Portland with a $300,000 investment in the next phase of the Ultra High Speed Ground Transportation Project.“The Surrey Board of Trade applauds the BC Government on further investments to the High-Speed Rail project,” said

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 Greater Victoria Chamber of Commerce, Surrey Board of Trade, Alberni Valley Chamber of Commerce, and Campbell River & District Chamber of Commerce sent a letter to Attorney General David Eby requesting that the Board of Trade/Chamber of Commerce industry be exempt from the BC Lobbyists Transparency Act.“This is yet another request to the