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The Surrey Board of Trade sent out a survey to its members asking for their thoughts on the Canada Emergency Business Account (CEBA) loan repayment requirements.“Initial responses show that our members who took out a CEBA loan during the pandemic indicated that the payback mechanism is negatively impacting their businesses,” said Anita Huberman, President

On November 21, Canada’s Minister of Finance Chrystia Freeland presented the Fall Economic Statement in Parliament. The statement included many new measures that are meant to increase affordability and reduce federal debt.“The Surrey Board of Trade applauds some of the measures implemented by the Federal Government, such as on housing, but we call for

Today, the Select Standing Committee on Finance and Government Services released the BC Budget 2024 Consultation Report. The document includes a summary of many organizations, including the Surrey Board of Trade, and individuals that present to the Committee on a broad list of topics.“The Committee has endorsed many recommendations that the Surrey Board of

The BC Government has announced a $10.5 million dollar fund that small businesses will be able to access to support increased costs due to crime and vandalism, and to prevent further crime.“Businesses have faced immense challenges over the past few years,” said Jasroop Gosal, Policy & Research Manager of the Surrey Board of Trade.