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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

PRESS CONFERENCE LINK:, B.C. – The Surrey Board of Trade is concerned to hear the news that the Minister of Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO), the Honourable Joyce Murray, intends to propose additional closures of salmon farms as part of her British Columbia salmon farming transition plan.Surrey is the hub of salmon

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

Co-hosted by PowerPlay Young Entrepreneurs and the Surrey Board of TradePowerPlay Young Entrepreneurs and the Surrey Board of Trade continue their innovation and leadership for Grades 4-7 students in Surrey to connect them with a diverse industry base of business leaders to learn and implement entrepreneurial projects.“At PowerPlay Young Entrepreneurs, we are committed

On Wednesday, November 9, the Surrey Board of Trade recognized eight winners at their24th Annual Surrey Business Excellence Awards, with Presenting Sponsors TD Bank and the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority, and Supporting Sponsor Century Group. Over 450 people were in attendance as the event was brought back to an in-person crowd with Master of

At the annual Canadian Chamber of Commerce Convention to be held in Ottawa from October 14-15, the Surrey Board of Trade will be seeking support for six federal government policies from Canadian Chamber of Commerce members - chambers of commerce and boards of trade, representing 200,000 Canadian businesses. The Surrey Board of Trade will release