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Kamloops Chamber achieves provincial approval and welcomes a familiar face to lead BC Chamber Board. KAMLOOPS, BC – At the 68th BC Chamber of Commerce Annual General Meeting and Conference held virtually on May 22 and 23, delegates voted to approve the three Kamloops Chamber’s proposed recommendations to government. This was the first year the conference was held virtually in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Each year, Chambers of Commerce from around BC meet to debate and vote on current businessThursday, May 07, 2020
As the Province expresses plans to restart the economy, the Kamloops Chamber of Commerce calls on the government to focus on collaboration with industries across all levels in order to safely support local communities and business. The Kamloops Chamber of Commerce is very pleased to hear the provincial government announce its plan to begin relaxing public health orders and set the conditions for a safe restartng of economic activity in British Columbia. At the same time, the Chamber encourages allFriday, April 24, 2020
For Immediate Release: April 23, 2020 Kamloops Chamber encourages businesses and commercial landlords to work together. As many businesses have been forced to temporarily close or substantially reduce hours, business owners are increasingly concerned about their ability to maintain their necessary payments over the coming months. Government has introduced programs to assist on many levels and financial institutions have offered temporary relief for loan payments and mortgages; however it remains aThursday, April 09, 2020
Kamloops Chamber urges City of Kamloops to proceed with as many scheduled infrastructure projects as possible. For Immediate Release | Thursday, April 9, 2020 According to a report in Kamloops This Week, two major City of Kamloops projects – the $13.5-million Canada Games Pool maintenance project and the $13.5-million sewer main upgrade work on Tranquille Road – are on hold as the city assesses its capital projects in the wake of the novel coronavirusWednesday, March 04, 2020
For Release 10:00AM PDT March 4, 2020 March 4, 2020 MEDIA INVITATION – 34th Annual Business Excellence Awards Media Launch The media is advised that the Kamloops Chamber of Commerceand MNP LLP Accounting, Consulting and Tax will be launching the 2020 Business Excellence Awards with a news conference event on Friday, March 13. This year marks the 34th anniversary of the Business Excellence Awards program in our city and the second year of commitment from MNP to the Kamloops business community.Monday, March 02, 2020
For Release 10:00AM PDTMarch 2, 2020March 2, 2020 MEDIA INVITATION – State of the City Address with Mayor Christian The media is advised that the Kamloops Chamber of Commercewill be the annual State of the City Dinner with Mayor Ken Christian on Thursday, March 12 at The Sandman Signature Hotel. These are exciting times for the City of Kamloops with community revitalization occurring on all fronts. Mayor Ken Christian will discuss his strategic plan, economic development and regionalMonday, March 02, 2020
For Immediate ReleaseMarch 2, 4:00pm Now accepting applications for the Made in BC Expo! Show BC what you are made of and become an exhibitor at the 2020 Made In BC Expo! This one of a kind event brings together businesses from all over our Province who create, supply and do business within British Columbia. Mark your calendars, the 2020 Expo will take place on Saturday April 18 from 10am to 5pm at the Tk’emlups te Secwepemc Powwow Grounds in Kamloops, BC. The Expo is free to attend. Only at TheWednesday, February 12, 2020
For Release 9:00AM PDTFebruary 12, 2020 February 12, 2020 MEDIA INVITATION – Kamloops Chamber to host MLA’s for Provincial Budget Address The Kamloops Chamber of Commerce first quarterly luncheon of the year will feature special guests MLA Todd Stone and MLA Peter Milobar, following the delivery of the 2020 Provincial Budget Speech. The luncheon will take place at the Coast Kamloops Hotel and Conference Centre on Friday February 28, 2020 from 11:30am – 1:30pm The presentation will provide theTuesday, February 11, 2020
News Release: 11/02/2020 | Kamloops Chamber is pleased with the accelerating Trans Mountain Expansion Project construction
For Release 9:00AM PTFebruary 11, 2020 Kamloops Chamber of Commerce is pleased with the accelerating Trans Mountain Expansion Project construction Kamloops – February 11, 2020 – The Kamloops Chamber of Commerce is pleased to hear that construction for the Trans Mountain Expansion project is accelerating and pipe is in the ground. More than 2,900 people are working on the project today, with that number expected to grow in the months ahead. The Trans Mountain Expansion Project has seenTuesday, February 11, 2020
MEDIA INVITATION: 11/02/2020 | Kamloops Chamber to host Bank of Canada for ''Off the Record'' Economic Update
For Release 9:30AM PDTFor Release 9:30AM PDTFebruary 11, 2020 February 11, 2020 MEDIA INVITATION – Kamloops Chamber to host Bank of Canada for “Off the record” Economic Update The Kamloops Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with Canadian Western Bank present Calista Cheung, Regional Director (Economics) with the Bank of Canada, for an “off-the-record” federal economic update. The breakfast will take place at the Plaza Hotel on Friday February 21, 2020 from 7:30am – 9:30am. Jim Anderson,Monday, February 10, 2020
February 10, 2020Letter to Mayor Ken ChristianRE: Letter of support for Kamloops Centre for the Arts Dear Mayor Christian: The Board of Directors of the Kamloops Chamber of Commerce recognize the importance arts and culture add to a community’s vibrancy and is proudly in support of the proposed Kamloops Centre for the Arts. Given the information presented in the Kamloops Centre for the Arts Society business case, it is apparent that the current performing arts facilities are not able to meet the