From electoral reform to the speculation tax and a competitive LNG industry -- 20 resolutions pass at BC Chamber AGM
Passed policy resolutions of note on day one include:
- 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
See the full list of proposed policy resolutions here. These policies do not yet reflect amendments made in the policy session.
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