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Tri-Cities Chamber supports strong policy resolutions to boost business: BC Chamber Conference, Kelowna

May 30, 2024

Tri-Cities Chamber of Commerce Board Vice Chair Jennifer McKinnon and CEO Leslie Courchesne joined representatives from chambers and boards of trade across the province for the BC Chamber of Commerce Annual General Meeting and Conference, May 28 to 30.

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Tri-Cities Chamber Economic Summit engages members on key issues facing business

May 22, 2024

The Tri-Cities Chamber of Commerce hosted its Economic Summit last week in Coquitlam, with 100 business and community leaders in attendance posing questions to the guest speakers.

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Douglas College interns make their mark at Tri-Cities Chamber of Commerce

May 15, 2024

Douglas College students Beatrice Fojas and Ho-Tung Tam recently completed a four-month internship at the Tri-Cities Chamber of Commerce as the capstone of their Post-Baccalaureate Diploma programs.

The Chamber’s largest event of the year, its Business Excellence Awards, was the students’ final day of work.

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Tri-Cities Chamber celebrates Business Excellence Awards with future-themed gala

April 30, 2024

Nearly 400 Tri-Cities Chamber of Commerce members, community leaders, and supporters gathered at the Great Canadian Casino Vancouver’s Show Theatre in Coquitlam on Saturday to celebrate the Chamber’s Business Excellence Awards at a glamorous gala.

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Tri-Cities Chamber responds to Federal Budget 2024

April 17, 2024

Canada’s Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Chrystia Freeland unveiled the 2024 Federal Budget yesterday in Ottawa.

“We know this budget comes at a time of highly complex challenges for Canada, but we are increasingly concerned with the rising national debt and what that will mean for our local businesses and communities in the years ahead,” said Leslie Courchesne, CEO, Tri-Cities Chamber of Commerce. “Increasing the tax burden on business to fuel government spending will hinder the economic growth that our country so desperately needs.”

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