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Canada’s Government introduced the 2017 Federal budget today, the second Federal Liberal Budget. “The Federal Government’s 2017 budget initiates $5.7Billion in new spending. The Surrey Board of Trade now hopes that we can focus on building Light Rail Transit with the investment of an additional 2.2 billion for transportation projects,” said Anita Huberman, CEO, Surrey

SURREY BOARD OF TRADE LAUNCHES INDUSTRY EMPLOYER CHAMPION NETWORKCALL for Employer Champions in Construction, Health Care, Manufacturing, Technology to connect immigrants to jobs and entrepreneurial opportunitiesThe Surrey Board of Trade is calling for Employer Champions in Construction, Health Care, Manufacturing and Technology in a unique strategy to connect industry to immigrants as part

Do you know an individual that is 25 years old or younger? They could be running their own business, volunteering, working on a community or school project that has made a significant difference. The Surrey Board of Trade Nomination Deadline for the 7th Annual Surrey’s Top 25 Under 25 Awards is fast approaching! Nomination Deadline:

On Thursday, March 9, the Surrey Board of Trade hosted the 8th Annual Surrey Women in Business Awards Luncheon, with Presenting Sponsor Vancity. This event recognizes the hard work of Surrey’s businesswomen and their contributions to the community, with a sell-out crowd of over 450 guests in attendance. Master of Ceremonies Sonia Sunger of Global

The Surrey Board of Trade’s policy recommendations last year to the BC Government were that the BC Government bring forward ridesharing regulations that establish province-wide rules for safety and consumer protection. In addition, the Surrey Board of Trade asked the BC Government to evaluate and remove unnecessary red tape on existing transportation providers to create

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:

On Thursday, March 9, 2017 the Surrey Board of Trade will host the 8th Annual Surrey Women in Business Awards Luncheon, with Presenting Sponsor Vancity.  This event recognizes the hard work of Surrey’s businesswomen and their contributions to the community. The Surrey Board of Trade is pleased to welcome keynote speaker Margaret Trudeau, sponsored by

At the Surrey Board of Trade 2017 Economic Forecast Luncheon, Thursday, February 9, Gary Herman, CEO of the Industry Training Authority (ITA), and Anita Huberman, CEO of the Surrey Board of Trade will sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the two organizations. This is the first agreement to be signed by ITA with a

The Surrey Board of Trade has been advocating for sustainable funding for Surrey Schools since 2008. “Today, the Surrey Board of Trade was pleased to hear from the BC Government that they will be investing $217 million for capital projects over the next 3 years to target the construction of up to 5,200 new student seats

 Yesterday, the Surrey School Coalition met with BC’s Education Minister Mike Bernier to advance their case on sustainable funding for Surrey schools. The Surrey School Coalition is a unique collaboration between parents, business, developers, homebuilder’s (Parent Advisory Groups, Surrey Board of Trade, UDI, GVHBA). “The meeting went well. The Minister listened to our concerns