Campbell River & District

Chamber of Commerce


BC Green Business Information Session

Join BC Green Business and the City of Campbell River for the BC Green Business Information Session November 22, 2023! Thanks to support from the City of Campbell River, interested businesses can now join this sustainable business certification program FOR FREE*. Learn more about the program and sign up for the webinar HERE…

Add Your Voice to the Micro Market Proposal

The City of Campbell River will be developing a micro market in Campbell River’s downtown core and is looking to the business community and residents for input on the design of the outdoor retail market. Learn more about the process and make your voice count HERE

Business Resources & Opportunities

Business Resources

Canada Digital Adoption Program

Business Opportunities

There are a vast number of resources for small and medium businesses throughout our province and the country — we have compiled a comprehensive list for you with links to the resources available: Explore More HERE

CDAP is a Canadian federal government program that provides grants for Canadian companies to transition to new digital technologies.

The program offers various options to choose from: Explore More HERE

NIC’s Centre for Applied Research, Technology and Innovation (CARTI) connects NIC expert staff and students with local businesses and organizations to develop innovative solutions to current challenges: Explore More HERE

Campbell River Tourism

The Circular Economy

Interview with Rivercity Inclusion

Rachel Weaver, Executive Director Rivercity Inclusion and long serving employee Maureen Hunter (40 years) sat down with Mary Ruth Snyder to discuss the changes over the years at Campbell River’s oldest community service organization, the evolution of their name — formerly Campbell River & District Association for Community Living, now Rivercity Inclusion, and the current developments of this dynamic organization!


More Information can be found: HERE

Food Security & Sovereignty

If the floods of November 2021 taught us anything, it was how precarious our food supply on Vancouver Island is. Chamber Executive Director Mary Ruth Snyder sat down with Madison Stewart, Coordinator of the Strathcona Food Hub to discuss the state of food security and sovereignty on Vancouver Island and the Strathcona Regional District.


For more information on all the current food hub programs and how you can get involved please visit the Food Hub website.

Membership Details


Non-Profit $120 +GST

Sole Proprietor $180 +GST

Business $330 +GST

BC Chamber Policy & Positions

Canadian Chamber News

Latest news can be found HERE!