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Tri-Cities Chamber calls for swift end to transit strike

(TRI-CITIES) January 22, 2024 — The Tri-Cities Chamber of Commerce is urging a swift end to the labour dispute that has halted bus and SeaBus service across the region.

"Our local businesses have suffered far too many disruptions and challenges over the past few years, and this transit strike is yet another brutal blow to our local economy," said Leslie Courchesne, CEO, Tri-Cities Chamber. "We need to keep the Tri-Cities, and our region, moving. We call for the immediate end to this disruption in transit service to ensure workers, customers, and everyone can get where they need to go."

Tri-Cities Chamber member organizations are encouraged to email to tell us how this labour disruption is affecting your operations.

For the latest information on the transit strike, visit:

  1. TransLink
  2. CUPE 4500 - Coast Mountain Bus Supervisors


Since 1971, the Tri-Cities Chamber of Commerce has been the largest business association serving Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, Port Moody, Anmore, and Belcarra, now representing 1,300+ organizations from every sector. The Chamber works to foster economic development, provide connections and benefits, and influence public policy at all levels of government to ensure strong business and strong communities. The Tri-Cities Chamber is an active member of the BC and Canadian Chambers of Commerce.

For more information, contact:
Leslie Courchesne, Chief Executive Officer
Tri-Cities Chamber of Commerce

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