The Tri-Cities Chamber of Commerce is a not-for-profit organization helping promote your business and raise your profile in the Tri-Cities area.
As the voice of business in the Tri-Cities, we represent businesses in Port Moody, Coquitlam and Port Coquitlam spanning a variety of industries, specialties and interests. With more than 850 members, our Chamber membership includes our community’s biggest employers, small and medium size businesses as well as home-based entrepreneurs, non-profits and more.
Having just celebrated our 40th anniversary, we are moving forward with fresh ideas and a genuine sense of excitement for where we are going as an organization. The Chamber strives to have a focus on strong policy that supports local businesses, be a visible and approachable presence in the commmunity and ensure that the value of membership is the best investment businesses can make.
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Part of the Chamber Community
The Tri-Cities Chamber of Commerce takes great pride in the prominent role we play in policy development within the Chamber movement. We are a member of the BC Chamber of Commerce, representing the interests and concerns of local Chambers of Commerce and corporate members across the province.
We also belong to the Canadian Chamber of Commerce, a national organization that speaks for more than 175,000 businesses on national and international issues. The Canadian Chamber represents more than 350 Chambers and Boards of Trade across Canada and delivers their collective message to the federal goverment and Members of Parliament.
The BC Chamber of Commerce and the Canadian Chamber of Commerce have the ears of the provincial and federal governments. In turn the senior levels of government look to the Chamber community for leadership and innovation in a broad range of policy areas. The Tri-Cities Chamber of Commerce is very active in the area of policy development and contributes both provincially and federally. Our policy mandate is to always represent the concerns and issues faced by the Tri-Cities' business community.