Archive for March, 2015

16
MAR

March 16, 2015 – BC Chamber Public Affairs Update

March 16, 2015 In This Issue B.C. gov. unveils new plan to transition residents back into the workforce Vancouver Police and Fire Chiefs lend support to transit referendum Rural advisory council members announced Legislative Watch The Public Affairs Update is your weekly insight, perspective and analysis on politics in British Columbia and Canada.  This newsletter […]

12
MAR

BC Chamber commends government’s announcement to align minimum wage to inflation

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   NEWS RELEASE:  BC Chamber commends government’s announcement to align minimum wage to inflation  Today’s announcement regarding an increase to minimum wage comes after extensive government consultation with businesses. The BC Chamber takes changes to the minimum wage seriously. Increases to the minimum wage have a very real, and direct effect on business, especially […]

09
MAR

March 9, 2015 BC Chamber Public Affairs Update

March 9, 2015 In This Issue Coroner’s inquest into fatal Lakeland Mills sawmill explosion begins B.C. government commits to raising minimum wage Federal party leaders vie for support in B.C Legislative Watch The Public Affairs Update is your weekly insight, perspective and analysis on politics in British Columbia and Canada.  This newsletter is brought to […]

09
MAR

Not too Late to get up to $10,000 in Training Funds

The Canada-BC Job Grant The Canada-BC Job Grant is an innovative cost-sharing program that helps employers offset the cost of training for new or current employees.   Employers can receive up to $10,000 in training funds. This is an excellent resource to offer your Chamber members and we hope that you will take advantage of this exciting new […]

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