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The Surrey Board of Trade will be attending the renowned Collision Conference in Toronto from June 26-29 to generate leads, learn, network and increase the global profile of the Metro Vancouver economic region, which includes Surrey. Collision attracts over 35,000 global technology leaders and high potential start-ups for an event that is termed as ‘the…

Today, Minister Adrian Dix announced significant investments for Surrey Memorial Hospital. These announcements come after extensive work in collaboration with Fraser Health, the Ministry of Health, and Surrey Memorial Hospital physicians and their teams.“Since our Surrey Health Care policy paper was released in early March, there have been vocal calls for investments in staffing

June is National Indigenous History Month in Canada, a time to recognize the rich history, heritage, resiliency and diversity of First Nations, Inuit and Métis Peoples. Surrey has the greatest population of urban Indigenous Peoples.“I am honoured to speak on a panel that focuses on strengthening the urban-rural Indigenous wellness continuum at the Indigenous

The Surrey Board of Trade continues to lead in BC as a key player in instigating change through government advocacy. On June 1-2, the Surrey Board of Trade will seek support for their policies from their peers at the annual BC Chamber of Commerce convention in Whistler, to advance BC’s economy. Details on Surrey Board

As part of the StrongerBC Economic Plan, the new BC Life Sciences and Biomanufacturing Strategy provides five pillars to secure BC’s position as a leading global hub for life sciences and biomanufacturing, and to develop commercial-scale biopharmaceutical and medical manufacturing.“The Surrey Board of Trade has called on the government to implement a global investment

Surrey is going to be the largest city in British Columbia soon, but a report from the Surrey Board of Trade called ‘Surrey’s Hospital Needs’ says services are severely insufficient. Residents can't be treated within the city's borders for the three leading causes of death - heart attack, stroke, and trauma, in addition to necessary

President & CEO Anita Huberman was appointed as a Co-Chair of the Disability Inclusion Business Council as announced by Minister Carla Qualtrough, representing the Canadian Chamber of Commerce network. With inclusivity as a core pillar of the Surrey Board of Trade, this work further solidifies our commitment that every single person matters. We all have

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 Surrey Board of Trade was at today’s BC Government announcement at Simon Fraser University, Surrey (SFU Surrey) where they heard that $4.9 million in start-up funding is being invested to support activities such as accreditation, curriculum planning, engagement, space planning and professional staff to support a new SFU medical school project office.“We applaud