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Surrey is going to be the largest city in British Columbia by 2030. The BC Liberal Leadership election, with voting taking place February 3rd-5th, 2022, matters to Surrey because of our diversified industry base, human capital and international access points by land, water, and air."The Surrey Board of Trade is a non-partisan business organization,

Today, Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau unveiled his new cabinet, making big changes and choosing ministers who he says will be able to act quickly on priority issues, such as the COVID-19 pandemic response, climate change, foreign affairs and Indigenous relations.“The Surrey Board of Trade remains steadfast and resolute on economic policies that will

As Canada becomes a place of refuge, BC prepares to welcome Afghan refugees. There will be many difficulties and challenges on the road ahead for Afghan refugees and their families."This crisis has left many businesses asking how to help with resettlement and facilitate this transition so our new residents feel safe and at home

On September 20, 2021, Trudeau’s Liberal Party of Canada was re-elected by Canadians.“The Surrey Board of Trade will remain steadfast and resolute on economic policies that will support and attract business,” said Anita Huberman, President & CEO of the Surrey Board of Trade.“Our hope and our continued ask is that all Canadian political parties will put…

Advanced Voting Begins September 10The Surrey Board of Trade believes that voting is a privilege. Voting connects citizens with their political process. The simple act of marking a ballot tells our leaders what we think about decisions that affect our lives. By respectfully agreeing or disagreeing with our leaders we show that the political

Surrey Federal Election Candidates Business Dialogue scheduled for September 8 from 5:30-8:30pm co-hosted by the Surrey Board of Trade and the South Asian Business AssociationSURREY, BC – Surrey is going to be the largest city in British Columbia by 2030. The Federal Election, with voting set to take place on September 20th, matters to

Tony Singh, Founder and President of Fruiticana in Surrey, delivered close to 23,000 pounds of food in 2 ten-tonne trucks, to the Surrey Food Bank, on April 26.“Fruiticana will deliver more food in the coming days and garner additional support from their suppliers to participate this year and in the years to come because…