August 31, 2018 Chamber Pleased at Provincial Budget Surplus

Aug 31, 2018

The Kelowna Chamber of Commerce is pleased that the provincial. . . ...

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Chamber Calls for More Enforcement Funding on Mussel Threat

Aug 15, 2018

The Kelowna Chamber wants invasive quagga and zebra mussels kept out. . ....

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Speculation tax is hurting the 99% in BC, not just the 1%

Aug 9, 2018

VAL LITWIN  |  BC CHAMBER PRESIDENT & CEO We are in the middle of a housing crisis in British Columbia. There’s no doubt about it. The B.C. government has the arduous task of reversing this predicament and it believes one of th...

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Kelowna Chamber Believes Revised City Sign By-law Misses Mark August 2, 2018

Aug 2, 2018

The Kelowna Chamber has mixed views on the City's most recent revisions to its sign by-law. . . ....

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Chamber Members Concerned about State of Downtown July 31, 2018

Jul 31, 2018

Downtown businesses are increasingly concerned about. . . ...

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Latest on Canada - US Tariffs - July 12, 2018

Jul 12, 2018

With the warm summer weather has come a heating up of trade tensions. ...

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Statement from the Kelowna Chamber on Greyhound Service Cuts

Jul 9, 2018

Greyhound service cuts and local impact...

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Resetting Priorities to Help Canada Compete - Perrin Beatty

Jun 28, 2018

Hon. Perrin Beatty President & Chief Executive Officer Canadian Chamber of Commerce: "Simply put, we are no longer living in the world we inhabited even six months ago. Back then, we knew that there were serious tensions between Canada and o...

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Kelowna Chamber "Open for Business" as Tourism Moves Out to the Waterfront

Jun 27, 2018

"Open for Business" says Executive Director Rogers - no change in address or mandate after 34 years at Harvey & Ellis...

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Tourism Kelowna Moves Out – No Change at the Chamber

Jun 27, 2018

The lights remain fully on at 544 Harvey at Ellis Street – home for the last 34 years to the Kelowna Chamber – even though Tourism Kelowna has moved out.  “We’re here, we aren’t moving, and we welcome all our Cha...

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Kelowna Chamber Welcomes Brenda Butterworth-Carr, BC's "Top Cop"

Jun 15, 2018

Chamber members listen to updates from the Deputy Commisioner of District E in BC at last Chamber Luncheon of the season...

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Business Organizations Speak out on Speculation Tax

Jun 11, 2018

Mayors of Kelowna and West Kelowna Meet with Premier to Discuss Speculation Tax June 11 2018...

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POLICY UPDATE FROM YOUR EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR - June 7, 2018

Jun 7, 2018

A couple of important policies issues to keep you informed about. Of course these are only two of a number of key issues we are following on your behalf. SPECULATION TAX - Your Chamber is keeping up its efforts to get the Province to step back from ...

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Kelowna Chamber Launches Business Excellence Awards 2018 - June 5, 2018

Jun 5, 2018

Nominations open until June 29 - It’s the time of year many Kelowna-area businesses anticipate – the coveted, high profile Kelowna Chamber Business Excellence Awards Nominations. The Chamber is calling for online nominations between ...

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Kelowna Chamber Hosts BC LNG Alliance President David Keane - May 31, 2018

May 31, 2018

What LNG in BC Will Mean for Kelowna Businesses: After a global slump in energy prices slowed BC’s LNG industry and delayed investment in the multi-billion dollar projects, a predicted surge in global demand and supply shortfall has again ...

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Kelowna Chamber Sees All Policies Adopted at BC Chamber Policy Session - May 25, 2018

May 28, 2018

With nearly 400 votes up for grabs, the Kelowna Chamber tabled six policies at last weekend’s annual BC Chamber policy session in Kamloops for delegates.  Months of work with Kelowna business members led up to the writing of the policies, ...

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