Campbell River & District

Chamber of Commerce


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Dear British Columbians,

An important conversation about old growth is happening across BC.


Together, we’ve been listening to what British Columbians have to say – workers, Indigenous partners, community members, families, friends and neighbours.


What we’ve heard is that while old growth may mean different things to different people, British Columbians care about the path forward. People across this province care about the future – about conservation, keeping BC’s forests healthy and helping tackle climate change. They also care about families and communities’ wellbeing.



Session 1: What is Corporate Purpose, how is it different from “S” in ESG and why does it matter?
November 18


Session 2: How should we think about Net Zero, ESG and Corporate Purpose as cohesive strategies: The Investor Lens and the Societal Lens
January 27, 2022
8:00 to 9:00am PST


Session 3: Practical Frameworks for Net Zero, Corporate Purpose and “S” in ESG
February 24, 2022
8:00 to 9:00am PST

Industry Reports

CR Business Recovery Task Force

Aquaculture Industry

Forestry Sector

The BC Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with the provincial government’s Sector Labour Market Partnership Program (SLMP) and with funding provided by the Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Training, launched seven regional Resource Guides for Small Business Resiliency.

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Membership Structure

Non-Profit $120 + GST

Sole Proprietor $180 + GST

Business $330 + GST

Membership Details

BC Chamber on BC Budget

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

Feature News

Big Thinking for Small Business – A three-part plan for economic recovery

As one of only nine organizations appointed to 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