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Small businesses to get help with vandalism costs

The Tri-Cities Chamber of Commerce applauds the BC Government’s new vandalism rebate program to help small businesses with the costs of repairing broken glass, removing graffiti, and vandalism prevention measures.

Starting in the Fall of 2023, businesses will be able to apply for up to $2,000 from the $10.5 million fund, called the Securing Small Business Rebate Program.

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Call to extend CEBA loan repayment deadline by two years: Tri-Cities Chamber signs joint letter to Deputy Prime Minister

The Tri-Cities Chamber of Commerce, along with more than 250 organizations representing hundreds of thousands of businesses across Canada, is calling on the federal government to extend the repayment deadline for CEBA loans for businesses. The group jointly signed an open letter to Canada’s Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Chrystia Freeland today.

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

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.

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