Archive for March, 2014

24
MAR

March 24, 2014 BC Chamber Public Affairs Update

  March 24, 2014 In This Issue Flaherty, Redford resign B.C. government intervenes in Port Metro Vancouver strike B.C. celebrates Small Business Accord anniversary, tackles procurement Court action on environmental issues BC Chamber CEO keynote speaker at April 10 prostate cancer fundraiser The Public Affairs Update is your weekly insight, perspective and analysis on politics […]

17
MAR

Provincial Government Seeks Public Input on Columbia Lake Park Facilities Project

Columbia Lake Park Facilities Project BC Parks is seeking public feedback on some proposed facility improvements at Columbia Lake Park. Our Mission: As a public trust, BC Parks’ mission is to protect representative and special natural places within the province’s Protected Areas System for world-class conservation, outdoor recreation, and education. BC Parks is committed to […]

17
MAR

March 17, 2014 BC Chamber Public Affairs Update

March 17, 2014 In This Issue Canada signs trade agreement with South Korea B.C. to celebrate one-year anniversary of Small Business Accord Province moves forward with natural resource decisions 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 […]

12
MAR

CCTA – Releases Cultural Tourism Report

It’s here! The final report from our Place-Based Cultural Tourism expert, Steven Thorne. Cultural Tourism News March, 2014 The Columbia Cultural Tourism Association has been quietly busy laying the groundwork for our future. It’s time we let you, our Stakeholders and Champions, know what we’ve been up to. Report Received The final report from our […]

12
MAR

CCTA Proudly Releases Cultural Tourism Report!

It’s here! The final report from our Place-Based Cultural Tourism expert, Steven Thorne. Cultural Tourism News March, 2014 The Columbia Cultural Tourism Association has been quietly busy laying the groundwork for our future. It’s time we let you, our Stakeholders and Champions, know what we’ve been up to. Report Received The final report from our […]

11
MAR

The BC Chamber’s MMBC Efforts – Success!

The BC Chamber’s MMBC Efforts Our network was the first B.C. business organization to raise concerns about the rollout of MMBC’s program. In summer 2013, the BC Chamber, working with local Chambers, was the first business organization in B.C. to sound the alarm about the rollout and planned implementation of the government’s recycling regulation on […]

10
MAR

March 10, 2014 BC Chamber Public Affairs Update

March 10, 2014 In This Issue Province, unions disagree on minimum wage hike Provincial government awaiting teachers’ contract demands B.C. government outlines two-part model for liquor sales in grocery stores B.C. economy lost jobs in February, but employment steady: Stats Can The Public Affairs Update is your weekly insight, perspective and analysis on politics in […]

03
MAR

BC Chamber Public Affairs Update

March 3, 2014 In This Issue Federal and provincial governments reach agreement on Canada Job Grant Province provides $120m to oil and gas companies for roads and pipelines B.C. government proposes longer terms for municipal politicians Nine B.C. companies win Small Business BC Awards The Public Affairs Update is your weekly insight, perspective and analysis […]

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