Campbell River & District

Chamber of Commerce Registraton Open

The Campbell River & District Chamber of Commerce and BC Hydro collaborated to relaunch in 2020. Local and regional companies interested in the potential construction opportunities can now register on the site. 

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Weekly virtual "Let's Chat!" gatherings

The Campbell River & District Chamber of Commerce hosts an open “Let’s Chat!” forum on Thursdays — topics of your choice — whatever is top of mind for the day.


Please Join Us — Thursdays @ 4:00PM

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Tidemark Theatre Partnership

Our partnership with the Tidemark Theatre has been a truly wonderful collaboration!

The Tidemark’s early pandemic pivot to purchase broadcast equipment allowed them to expand their streaming abilities. Jim Kent, Tidemark’s GM and our E.D. Mary Ruth Snyder have a shared history in community TV which as led to them co-producing two television shows and a series of special events. Read More

Latest News...

Increased Funding Announced

BC Chamber Celebrates Increased Funding and Expanded eligibility of circuit breaker business relief grant. The provincial government announced that it is adding more than $75 million to the Circuit Breaker Business Reief Grant, bringing the amount available for hard-hit BC businesses to more than $125 million.  Read More OR Apply for Grant

Important Recovery Piece

Agriculture sector provides a solution for Canada’s climate, data and export goals

Did you know that farmers are high tech & climate experts? And, will be an important piece of our Canadian recovery. A multi-sectoral coalition has been launched. READ MORE


Connect with Canada’s FoodLink Campaign

Membership Structure

Non-Profit $120 + GST

Sole Proprietor $180 + GST

Business $330 + GST

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Latest Announcement...

BCCC – Prudent budget aligns with BC Chamber’s Big Thinking for Small Business three-pillar recovery plan, addresses urgent busines recovery needs. Today, the provincial government unveiled its 2021 budget that reflects the uncertainty of the environment that both the private and public sectors are operating in. Read More

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Big Thinking for Small Business

A three-part plan for economic recovery

As pone of only nine organizations appointed to your the BC Economic Recovery Task Force, we take our responsibility of speaking for ‘all business in all regions of the province’ very seriously. Read the Plan