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Richmond Chamber’s Proposed Policies Receive Unanimous Support at the BC Chamber Of Commerce AGM In Whistler

June 2, 2023

On June 1, delegates at the BC Chamber of Commerce AGM and Conference unanimously adopted three policy resolutions championed by the Richmond Chamber of Commerce to be included in the BC Chamber of Commerce’s 2023-2024 Policy & Positions Manual.

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Richmond Chamber of Commerce Elects New Board at 97th Annual General Meeting

May 10, 2023

On April 27th, Richmond Chamber of Commerce members gathered for their Annual General Meeting. Lisa Cowell was unanimously confirmed as the 2023/2024 Chair of the board.

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505-Junk – Member Story

April 13, 2023

Learn how 505-Junk, a junk removal and recycling company, started from a basement and became an award-winning business in Richmond. Discover their journey of sustainable junk removal and recycling practices that help you reclaim your space.

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Richmond Chamber Reacts to Increase to the Minimum Wage

April 5, 2023

The Richmond Chamber of Commerce understands the provincial government’s efforts to keep up with the rising cost of living but urges the Province to provide a corresponding offset for businesses in navigating this increase in labour costs.

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Fuggles Beer – Member Story

March 24, 2023

Discover the story of Fuggles Beer, a microbrewery in Richmond that has taken the craft beer scene by storm. Learn how Fuggles’ commitment to producing award-winning craft beer and providing a unique customer experience has made it a staple in the Richmond beer scene.

Follow the journey of Fuggles under the leadership of CEO Aisha Maretz, and find out how the brewery’s new brand identity is transporting beer lovers on an intergalactic adventure.

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Mayor Brodie Highlights the City’s Strong Economic Growth and Future Plans at His Annual Address Hosted by the Richmond Chamber of Commerce

March 10, 2023

On March 2nd, the Richmond Chamber of Commerce hosted Mayor Malcolm Brodie’s Annual Address and Luncheon, where Mayor Brodie gave a keynote speech outlining the city’s achievements and plans for the future. The event was organized by the Chamber of Commerce and attended by local business leaders, government officials, and community members.

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Fixed-rate or variable-rate loans: Which is best for your business?

February 16, 2023

Fixed rate or floating rate? What type of loan should you get for your company?

It’s one of the main questions business owners ask when approaching banks to borrow money.

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True Conditioning – Member Story

February 2, 2023

Explore the journey of Steveston’s 2022 Small Business of the Year winner, True Conditioning. A full-service fitness and health studio offering personal training, group fitness and more. Learn about its growth from 1,800 sq ft to 4,000 sq ft and its focus on positive, friendly culture and community empowerment.

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O’Hare’s GastroPub & Liquor Store – Member Story

January 9, 2023

Learn about the history and legacy of O’Hare’s Pub & Liquor Store in Richmond, British Columbia. Established in 1987 by Jack and Jane O’Hare, this family-run business brings a piece of Ireland to Richmond. Now, their daughter Erinn and son-in-law Grant continue to provide a welcoming atmosphere and a diverse selection of local and international wines, beers, and spirits.

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Platinum Pro-Claim Restoration – Member Story

December 7, 2022

Discover the story of the 2019 Outstanding Workplace of the Year recipient Platinum Pro-Claim Restoration, a leading Canadian restoration company specializing in fire and flood damage repairs. Learn more about it’s CEO, Tony Scott’s, passion for the environment and commitment to creating a happy workplace culture.

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