Archive for February, 2014

25
FEB

Culinary Tourism Case Study completed by DTSS Students

Below is a link to the Culinary Tourism Case Study that was completed by David Thompson Secondary School Students Sarah and Emily Zehnder and Leigh Thompson. You may remember that these students were chosen to represent Canada at the Global Travel and Tourism Partnership Conference in Monaco last November.  Alongside student teams from twelve countries […]

20
FEB

2014 Provincial Budget

NEWS RELEASE BC Chamber welcomes balanced B.C. budget with targeted initiatives ______________________________________________________________________ FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Victoria, February 18, 2014 – Chambers of Commerce from across the province congratulated the B.C. government for tabling a second balanced budget that combines spending restraint with several targeted initiatives. “Business has been clear: Government’s number one priority must be […]

11
FEB

BC Chamber welcomes prudent, targeted federal budget

NEWS RELEASE BC Chamber welcomes prudent, targeted federal budget ______________________________________________________________________   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   Vancouver, February 11, 2014 – The BC Chamber of Commerce welcomes the federal government’s prudent, targeted budget. “We’re pleased to see a prudent, fiscally-conservative budget that nonetheless supports two key B.C. priorities: skills development and infrastructure,” said John Winter, president […]

11
FEB

February 11, 2014 BC Chamber Public Affairs Update

February 11, 2014 In This Issue Chamber welcomes business-friendly changes to recycling regulation LNG tax law pushed back to fall Province provides further details on transit referendum Christy Clark pitches clean B.C. LNG to the California senate The Public Affairs Update is your weekly insight, perspective and analysis on politics in British Columbia and Canada. […]

04
FEB

Recycling Regulation Changes – Good for BC Business

Columbia Valley Chamber of Commerce welcomes changes to recycling regulation that protect B.C. businesses FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Vancouver, February 4, 2014 – The Columbia Valley Chamber of Commerce applauds the B.C. government for listening to B.C.’s Chamber network and amending a recycling regulation that was causing substantial concern among businesses so that it will impact […]

03
FEB

February 3, 2014 BC Chamber Public Affairs Update

February 3, 2014 In This Issue Premier Clark considers delaying transit referendum Province releases Liquor Review report BCGEU ratifies five-year agreement under economic stability mandate The Public Affairs Update is your weekly insight, perspective and analysis on politics in British Columbia and Canada.  This newsletter is brought to you by the largest, and most broadly-based […]

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