Healthy Communities

As both business and community stakeholders, B.C.'s Chambers are committed to building a healthy, vibrant province with a top-tier standard of living.

The Issue: 

Chambers of Commerce are integral parts of their communities.  As both business and community stakeholders, Chambers are committed to building a healthy, vibrant province with a top-tier standard of living. As part of this, BC Chamber policies tackle topics such as healthcare, education, and the justice system.

Right now in B.C., Chamber members are increasingly focused on ensuring that B.C.'s economic growth is achieved in balance with building cohesive communities. As community-oriented business organizations, Chambers have a key role to play in these discussions.

Our Goal: 

The BC Chamber's goal is to ensure that communities are attractive places in which to live, work and invest.

We Recommend: 

The Chamber recommends that all levels of government strive towards making B.C.'s communities attractive places in which to live, work and invest.

Additionally, the Chamber recommends that industrial and economic development be carried out in such a way as to provide lasting benefit to local communities.

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