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The BC Chamber is an active advocate for our membership on breaking and fast-moving issues that affect B.C.'s business community.

The BC Chamber of Commerce is committed to driving insights to our partners, government and each other.

We hope that the insights collected from the results of our province-wide Collective Perspective survey will guide platform issues this election season.

The sharing economy brings exciting new business models to the province, however Chambers are urging measures to ensure a level playing field for existing B.C. businesses.

Tackling B.C.'s affordable housing crisis - particularly in the Lower Mainland - is critical to the attraction and retention of businesses and talent in the region.

 

B.C.'s businesses - and broader economy - are being held back by the PST. The BC Chamber is calling for a dialogue towards a made-in-B.C. value-added tax.

A hike to a $15 minimum wage in B.C. would negatively impact many B.C. small businesses.

Mobility pricing for B.C.'s urban centres would both raise vital funds for transportation infrastructure and manage traffic demand so as to alleviate congestion.