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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

On Wednesday, November 9, 2022, the Surrey Board of Trade (SBOT) will recognize 7 of Surrey’s best businesses in different award categories at the in-person Academy Awards-style 24th Annual Surrey Business Excellence Awards. The event, with Presenting Sponsor TD Bank, will also feature the 7th Corporate Social Responsibility Award, recognizing a business that is operating

Watch a recording of the press conference announcement. The Surrey Board of Trade has announced a bold move by purchasing a second location in Surrey’s Health & Technology District by the Lark Group. In a co-ownership arrangement with Western Community College, the space is expected to open in early 2023 following renovations to establish the…

The Surrey Board of Trade recommends that federal, provincial and municipal governments reduce the voting age to 16 for all elections. The reduction is needed to ensure civic engagement, education, and sustained participation in elections into their future.“Those individuals that are 16+ are contributing to the economy - paying taxes, participating in our workforce

Until 1993, a corporate or business vote existed in BC municipal elections. It refers to the ability of businesses in a specific city to vote in local government elections. Businesses contribute substantially to the social and economic development of the city, however, have no say in representation from a business perspective.“Businesses bear the burden

Photo Caption: (L-R) SBOT President and CEO Anita Huberman, Policy Manager Jasroop Gosal, and Industry and International Team Chair and Governor, and new BC Chamber of Commerce Chair debating policy at the BC Chamber of Commerce Convention in Prince George.– ARTS INVESTMENTS NOT A PRIORITY TO BC CHAMBER BUSINESS DELEGATESYesterday, BC Chamber of

Amrita Bhogal, Sunrise KitchensJason Tonin, Beedie GroupRaj Sidhu, Colliers InternationalRick Mann, Isle of Mann Property GroupThe Surrey Board of Trade will induct 4 new business leaders and three returning representatives onto their Board of Directors at their 58th Annual General Meeting (AGM) and Pre-Summer Celebration on June 16 at the Sheraton

The Surrey Board of Trade is pleased to announce that Dr. Greg Thomas, President and CEO of Surrey-based G3 Consulting Ltd., an environmental consulting and science firm, is the new Board Chair of the BC Chamber of Commerce for 2022-2023.“Inducted at the BC Chamber of Commerce Convention today in Prince George, Dr. Thomas will…