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Tri-Cities Chamber celebrates International Women’s Day with sold-out event

March 12, 2024

It was a packed house at Westwood Plateau Golf and Country Club on March 8 for the Tri-Cities Chamber of Commerce International Women’s Day Brunch, with more than 200 in attendance. This year’s global theme was ‘Inspire Inclusion.’

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Business, we have your back: Tri-Cities Chamber CEO pens column for Business in Vancouver

February 27, 2024

In today’s increasingly complex and challenging economic landscape, it’s more important than ever for businesses to have a strong network of support and resources. That’s where local chambers of commerce and boards of trade come in. We serve as powerful allies for businesses of all sizes, providing invaluable advocacy, benefits and opportunities for growth and success.

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Business in Vancouver’s Tri-Cities Report showcases our region’s economy and list of biggest employers

February 26, 2024

The latest issue of Business in Vancouver (BIV) features a seven-page Tri-Cities Report, and a first for the Tri-Cities: a BIV list.

Led by BIV Editor-in-Chief Hayley Woodin, the digital and newsprint edition includes four feature stories, three columns, and a list of the Tri-Cities biggest employers by number of employees.

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Tri-Cities Chamber statement on BC Budget 2024

February 22, 2024

The provincial government unveiled the 2024 BC Budget today in Victoria.

“The Tri-Cities Chamber of Commerce is pleased to see the BC Budget include some tangible cost-savings for businesses, including a cut to the Employer Health Tax that we have long been advocating for,” said Leslie Courchesne, CEO, Tri-Cities Chamber. “We also welcome the much needed investments in health care, housing, and education. But the rise in the province’s budgeted and planned deficit over the next three years is simply staggering.”

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Tri-Cities Chamber advocates for key priorities to help local businesses in 2024 federal budget

February 21, 2024

The Tri-Cities Chamber of Commerce is clearly outlining its priorities for the upcoming 2024 Federal Budget for local Members of Parliament.

“The Tri-Cities Chamber urges our locally elected MPs to work toward a budget that will support business, particularly SMEs, that are the backbone of our economy,” said Leslie Courchesne, CEO of the Tri-Cities Chamber. “As we continue to face economic challenges and uncertainties, Ottawa must create the conditions for businesses to thrive, and communities to flourish.”

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