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Now that the BC Government has selected a partnership of construction companies, Acciona and Aecon, to build the replacement for the aging Pattullo Bridge between Surrey and New Westminster, the Surrey Board of Trade is continuing their urgent ask to the BC Government to reconsider building a 4-lane Pattullo Bridge and build a 6-lane bridge…

On January 6, 2020, Rapid Transit Buses went live along King George Boulevard between Guildford Town Centre and Newton Exchange along an existing upgraded 96 B-Line. Service is expected to be 20% faster with improvements on bus-only lanes, signal priority, queue jumps at intersections, fewer stops and all-door boarding. The new line doesn’t bring bus…

The final approval of the City of Surrey 2020 Budget and short-term financial plan on December 16  is very disappointing to the Surrey Board of Trade, Surrey’s city-building organization.“The role of Canadian cities are to provide services such as policing, firefighting, sanitation and recreation that are vital to our quality of life,” said Anita…

(PHOTO ENCLOSED - in photo with Surrey Fire Fighters are Surrey Board of Trade's Heather Booth and Anita Huberman)The Surrey Board of Trade, at its annual Christmas Seasonal Sizzle Business Reception on December 10th, raised over $3,000 for the Surrey Fire Fighters’ Charitable Society. Over 500 business people attended this annual Christmas event, donating in lieu of admission fees.

On Thursday, December 12, 2019, the Metro Vancouver’s Mayors Council voted to fast-track a regional ridehailing business license program. Until now, it has been speculated that each municipality would be in charge of providing business licenses, which would lead to more red tape and bureaucracy for the ridehailing industryLast week, the Surrey Board of…

I ask you to check out the December 2019-January 2020 Surrey Business Newspaper.https://businessinsurrey.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/Surrey-Business-News-Dec-Jan-2020_web.pdfThank you to SW Media for your partnership on this publication for Surrey’s city-building business organization.The Surrey Board of Trade is working for you, our members, and instigating change to benefit business in Surrey.WHAT’S INSIDE:• INFORMATION:Member Value,…

Starting January 6, 2020, the Surrey RCMP will have a new Officer in Charge, Assistant Commissioner Brian Edwards.“The Surrey Board of Trade congratulates the new Assistant Commissioner and Surrey RCMP Officer in Charge Brian Edwards on his new role,” said Anita Huberman, CEO, Surrey Board of Trade. “Surrey’s city-building business organization looks forward to

-Surrey Board of Trade-BC Chamber of Commerce-BC Rental Project-Kelowna Chamber of Commerce-Parksville & District Chamber of Commerce-Greater Langley Chamber of Commerce-LandlordBCThrough the release of a landmark rental report, the Partners for Rental Housing are calling on the Provincial Government to implement appropriate guidelines for the use of Residential

The US-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) is set to replace the 1994 North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).“The Surrey Board of Trade is pleased to hear today that the CUSMA Trade Agreement will move forward,” said Anita Huberman, CEO, Surrey Board of Trade. “We hope that this means continued benefits for Surrey’s business community, such as our