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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

Tri-Cities Chamber signs joint letter to Prime Minister urging immediate action to end labour disruption at BC ports

July 5, 2023

More than 120 chambers of commerce, boards of trade, and business associations across Canada have expressed deep concern over the labour disruption at Canada’s West Coast ports. Our joint letter, addressed to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, urges the government to take action to reconvene Parliament and pass back-to-work legislation, immediately.

Tri-Cities Chamber calls for CEBA loan repayment extension for businesses

July 2, 2023

The Tri-Cities Chamber of Commerce is calling on the federal government to extend the repayment of CEBA (Canadian Emergency Business Account) loans for struggling businesses.

Tri-Cities Chamber supports strong policy resolutions to help business: BC Chamber Conference, Whistler

June 3, 2023

Tri-Cities Chamber Board Chair Jenifer Wright and Vice Chair Daniel Richardson joined representatives from chambers and boards of trade across the province for the BC Chamber Conference in Whistler, May 31 to June 2. Delegates deliberated and voted on provincial and federal policy resolutions to strengthen business, shaping our chamber’s advocacy work for the coming year.

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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