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.
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.