Chamber Accreditation

Accreditation is a formal acknowledgement that member Chambers/Boards of trade have been successfully evaluated by the Chamber Accreditation Council of Canada against rigorous national standards. These standards are applied to policy, service and performance.

Attaining accreditation means that individually and collectively, Chambers reflect to the larger community - both domestic and international - a renewed and reinvigorated sense of purpose and direction, reclaiming their pride of place as the leading business representative in the broader market.

In British Columbia, access to accreditation through the Chamber Accreditation Council of Canada is exclusively available to Chambers and Boards that join the BC Chamber, as the process requires membership in the provincial Chamber.

Interested in getting accredited? Find out more here, or contact Suzanne Raikes, BCCC Director of Member Relations.