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As the voice of business for Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, Port Moody, Anmore and Belcarra, the Tri-Cities Chamber of Commerce advocates on behalf of its members with all levels of government, on issues that affect business, community, and economic prosperity in our region.

We listen to you, our members, to understand your issues and concerns, and we focus on solutions. Contact us for a conversation, attend our advocacy town halls and roundtable meetings with government officials, and participate in our Chamber surveys to inform our advocacy and policy work, and media relations outreach.

Advocacy in Action

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Tri-Cities Chamber Meets Again with Canadian Immigration Minister Sean Fraser

August 23, 2022

Tri-Cities Chamber CEO Leslie Courchesne joined a meeting hosted by the BC Chamber of Commerce with Canadian Minister of Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Sean Fraser.

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Tri-Cities Chamber Meeting with Parliamentary Secretary Jennifer O’Connell and MP Ron Mckinnon Focuses on Removing Barriers to Inter-Provincial Trade

August 22, 2022

Nine Tri-Cities Chamber of Commerce members including Coquitlam Mayor Richard Stewart attended a roundtable discussion focused on eliminating barriers to free trade within Canada, supply chain issues, procurement policies, and regulatory challenges.

Advocacy in Action

Tri-Cities Chamber Urges BC Government to Take Action on Small Business Challenges Addressed in BC Budget 2023 Consultation Report

August 16, 2022

The provincial government has released its Report on the Budget 2023 Consultation, including recommendations supported by the Tri-Cities Chamber to address challenges small and medium-sized businesses continue to face.

Public Policy Highlights

Policy Resolutions

We work closely with our counterparts across the province and nation on policy resolutions that inform our advocacy work. The BC and Canadian Chambers of Commerce publish the collection of policy resolutions that we work together to pass at each annual conference. Each volume stays in effect for three years. The following three volumes of policy resolutions below are current, with the 2021 manuals set to be refreshed in 2024 at the annual conferences. It is there that the chamber network will potentially add new policy resolutions, sunset some, and update/keep others.



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