54 resolutions pass at the province's largest business policy forum: BC Chamber's AGM

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Kamloops, May 26, 2018 – 54 resolutions have been passed after further passionate debate and discussion during the BC Chamber of Commerce's AGM in Kamloops (May 24-26). 

Passed policy resolutions of note include: 

  • Progressive Housing Solutions to Address Workforce Challenges - submitted by Richmond Chamber of Commerce and the Greater Vancouver Board of Trade 
  • Minimizing Undue Negative Impacts of the Employer Health Tax - submitted by the Burnaby Board of Trade 
  • Engaging Business and Community on Electoral Reform - co-submitted by the Kamloops Chamber and the Kelowna Chamber 
  • Supporting a Globally Competitive LNG Industry in BC - submitted by the Terrace & District Chamber of Commerce 
  • Anti-Canadian Tariff: Pressing the Pause Button on BC's Proposed Speculation Tax Issue - Submitted by the Kelowna Chamber of Commerce 
The passed policies will become part of the BC Chamber's advocacy agenda. 

See the policy resolutions here.  Please note, they do no reflect amendments that were made in our policy sessions.
 

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Director of Communications
BC Chamber of Commerce
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