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SUPPORT LOCAL IN ACTION:

HERE ARE THE ACTIVITIES YOUR MEMBERSHIP INVESTMENT IS SUPPORTING

Promotional Support for Local Businesses

Support Local Webpage Listings

  • Helping people find local businesses to support

Social Shares and Contests

  • Helping local business promote their business

Promotion Through our Newsletter

  • Giving the New West Business Community an opportunity to share what they need

Virtual Events – Support Local in Action Series

Conversations with Business Leaders Series :

  • Zoom conversations with the Leaders of our Community
  • Past Guests, Mayor Cote, RCH Foundation CEO Jeff Norris and Steve Reynolds, RCH Medical Director, also MP Peter Julian, Minister Judy Darcy, Small Business BC CEO Tom Conway
  • Register for upcoming conversations free events here

All Things Digital

  • Join our panel of experts to get your questions answered. Break out rooms available to solve specific issues
  • Facebook group to ask specific questions and get answers fast

Mental Health Leadership

  • In partnership with The Canadian Mental Health Association
  • Understand the strategies that lead to good mental health regardless of circumstances
  • Access resources for yourself, your staff or your family
  • Talk with other local members of the New West business community so you don’t feel alone and can be supported
  • Break out rooms for specific topics or private conversations

Advocacy

  • BC Mind Reader Platform
  • This survey platform created by the BC Chamber, and the bi-monthly “pulse checks” is relied upon by of all levels of government to understand the effectiveness of the covid support.
  • Coordination with BC and Canadian Chamber
  • Participation in Local Economy Working Group with the City of New West
  • Direct advocacy efforts to government representatives

Please support our local businesses who are fighting for survival.

The New Westminster Chamber of Commerce acknowledges that we are situated on the unceded traditional territories of the Coast Salish peoples and specifically of the QayQayt (qiqéyt) First Nations