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This April the Surrey Board of Trade will host the 15th Annual Surrey Women in Business Awards, co-presented by Prospera Credit Union. This event recognizes the hard work of Surrey’s businesswomen and their contributions to the community. Stay tuned for a high-profile keynote speaker announcement!“It is still an economic imperative to continue to celebrate

The Surrey Board of Trade convened a high-profile roundtable discussion with key stakeholders, including representatives from private and public post-secondary institutions, BC’s Opposition Critic for the Ministry of Advanced Education Coralee Oakes, MLA Jinny Sims, and MP Randeep Sarai, to address the recent changes introduced by the federal and provincial governments concerning the cap on

The City of Surrey's Finance Presentation today unveiled crucial information on utility rates, sparking concerns.“Understanding utility rates is vital for businesses to plan their operational costs,” said Anita Huberman, President & CEO of the Surrey Board of Trade (SBOT). “However, we believe it's equally important for citizens to have ample time for input and

The Surrey Board of Trade welcomes the City of Surrey's proactive step towards establishing a thoughtful and regulated approach to cannabis retail within the community.“As the City invites public input through the Retail Cannabis Framework Survey, the Surrey Board of Trade supports a framework that is developed collaboratively with the cannabis industry and the

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

Today, the TransLink Mayors’ Council and its stakeholder partners including the Surrey Board of Trade, Hub Cycling, Simon Fraser Student Society and the AMS Student Society of UBC, launched a new Access for Everyone campaign calling on the federal and provincial governments to provide the needed funding to enhance transit in the Metro Vancouver.“The

Today, the Federal Government announced that the City of Surrey will receive $95 million from the Housing Accelerator Fund to expedite the development of 2,800 homes over the next three years.“Surrey is going to be the largest city in BC very soon, and most immigrants are coming to Surrey because it is an opportunity