2014

Tri-Cities Terry Fox Runs

Port Coquitlam Hyde Creek Recreation Centre 10:00AM start Keynote Speaker: Analyn Purcell MC: Bruce Moore Entertainment: Revolving Doors Route: Hyde Creek recreation centre, Coast Meridian Road to the overpass to the Terry Fox library and back (10km) , other routes: 3km, 5km, 7km (turn around mid-lane) Port Moody Rocky Point Park 10:00AM start MC: Mayor […]

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Things to do in the Tri-Cities This Weekend

The community is always a buzz here in the Tri-Cities. Check out what are members are doing this weekend. Where will we see you? 1.       FREE Educational Seminar Attend Easy Weight Loss Clinic FREE Educational Seminar. Learn more about how your body stores fat, how to lose pounds and keep them off for life! Receive […]

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Moving Forward Together

MOVING FORWARD TOGETHER This past year, the Tri-Cities Chamber has spent time moving forward together with its resources educating, advocating and connecting our members.  We plan to continue and build on this trend in 2015. While we have had many great successes in 2014, we will continue to progress our brand as the largest and […]

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A fortune teller, a general and a bug walk into a bar | Your Small Business Week guide

  From October 20 to 24, we’re dedicating an entire week to your small to medium sized business with a series of seminars covering commonly asked questions that are rarely answered in depth. We’ll be serving up great advice and great food at each event. You might want to attend all of our seminars or […]

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Who’s on the ballot?

The nomination period for the upcoming November 15 civic elections has closed and we now have 94 candidates running for mayor, councillor or school trustee in Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, Port Moody, Anmore and Belcarra. With so many names to choose from, how do you know who to vote for? From November 3 to 6, we […]

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Bylaw 280 damaging to business in Metro Vancouver

Bylaw 280 damaging to business in Metro Vancouver The Tri-Cities Chamber of Commerce does not support Metro Vancouver’s Bylaw 280, which introduces market control measures through waste flow management.  Bylaw 280 limits competition, increases business costs and constrains economic growth. After consulting with waste management providers, Metro Vancouver managers, and the Tri-Cities Chamber Public Policy […]

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Tri-Cities Chamber supports Better Transit & Transportation Coalition & Mayors Council referendum question

Tri-Cities Chamber supports Better Transit & Transportation Coalition & Mayors Council referendum question   (Tri-Cities December 15, 2014) The Tri-Cities Chamber of Commerce has joined other business, labour, environmental, and community organizations in supporting the Better Transit and Transportation Coalition. The Coalition’s founding members include The Vancouver Board of Trade, Unifor Local 111, Tourism Vancouver, Downtown Surrey Business Improvement Association, David […]

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Chamber announces 2014 Business Excellence Awards finalists

Chamber announces 2014 Business Excellence Awards finalists The Tri-Cities Chamber of Commerce is excited to announce our 2014 Business Excellence Awards Finalists!  All of our nominees demonstrated passion for business and the Tri-Cities community.  We wish them all great success in their respective industries. The finalists for the 2014 Business Excellence Awards are: Small Business of […]

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Chamber applauds Mayors’ Council Regional Transportation Plan for Lower Mainland

Chamber applauds Mayors’ Council Regional Transportation Plan for Lower Mainland The Tri-Cities Chamber of Commerce applauds the Mayors’ Council for coming together and endorsing a common vision for transportation in the Metro Vancouver region.  As an organization representing business, the Chamber looks forward to working with the Mayors to ensure that this vision reflects the […]

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Chamber applauds TransLink for keeping New

Chamber applauds TransLink for keeping New West trucking routes open The Tri-Cities Chamber of Commerce supports TransLink’s rejection of New Westminster’s proposal to remove trucks from major regional routes. New Westminster made a request to eliminate truck traffic on Royal and East Eighth Avenues and on East Columbia from Brunette to Braid. The Chamber has been […]

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