B.C. Chamber wraps up AGM in Kamloops

54 resolutions passed at three-day event

The B.C. Chamber of Commerce’s three-day annual general meeting in Kamloops wrapped up on Saturday.

The chamber passed 54 resolutions on issues that will be presented to senior levels of government for proposed action.

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Police resolutions passed include:

• Engaging business and community on electoral reform (co-submitted by the Kamloops and Kelowna chambers);

• Progressive housing solutions to address workforce challenges (submitted by the Richmond chamber and the Greater Vancouver Board of Trade);

• Minimizing undue negative impacts of the employer health tax (submitted by the Burnaby Board of Trade);

• Supporting a globally competitive LNG industry in B.C. (submitted by the Terrace and District chamber);

• Anti-Canadian tariff: pressing the pause button on B.C.’s proposed speculation tax issue (submitted by the Kelowna chamber);

Click here to see all policy resolutions.

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