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Surrey Board of Trade to showcase Surrey’s business community on 5th Annual Surrey Industry Tour

Surrey, B.C. – On Friday, May 2nd, the Surrey Board of Trade will take 114 people on a bus tour of Surrey’s vibrant business community.   Multiple businesses will be profiled, from a variety of industries within the city. This innovative event aims to profile Surrey as ‘the place to be’ for business and to showcase investment opportunities to surrounding cities.7:30am Registration at the Surrey Board of Trade office (#101, 14439-104 Avenue), 8am Departure and the tour ends at 2:30pm with a return back to the Surrey Board of Trade office.

The tour will have three route options for registrants at $40/per person. 

Bus One:

  1. Murray Latta Progressive Machine Inc. - Manufacturing
  2. Back in Motion Rehab - Health
  3. Surrey’s new City Hall - Development
  4. TBA

Bus Two:

  1. Aegis Industrial Finishing Ltd. - Manufacturing
  2. Advance Wire Products Ltd.- Manufacturing
  3. My Shanti - Hospitality
  4. Pacific Oral Health Society - Health

Bus Three:

  1. Central City Brewery (new location!) - Hospitality
  2. Laser Valley Technologies - Manufacturing
  3. Astrographic Industries Ltd. - Manufacturing
  4. TBA

All three buses will come together for lunch and a keynote presentation, hosted by Kwantlen Polytechnic University at their Trade and Technology Campus in Cloverdale.

Presenting Sponsor:  CN
Supporting Sponsor:
  Kwantlen Polytechnic University
Bus Sponsor: 
            Charter Bus Lines
Tour Commentary:
     Colliers International
Media Sponsor:
          The Now Newspaper

For further information, please contact Anita Huberman, CEO of the Surrey Board of Trade, at or 604-634-0342.

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Surrey Board of Trade talks about Education Investments in Surrey with Minister Bond and Minister Fassbender

The Surrey Board of Trade will be hosting its Business and Education Dialogue. Join us as we discuss investments in Surrey education necessary for the productivity of our businesses. As we head into an era of skills shortages, it is imperative that industry needs are tied to the school curriculum's (both at the elementary/high school and post-secondary levels). Without the proper training of youth, businesses will be forced to close as current skilled workers retire.

Featuring for the first time together:
Shirley Bond, Minister of Jobs, Tourism and Skills Training, and Minister Responsible for Labour
Peter Fassbender, Minister of Education
Minister Fassbender will also be representing the Minister of Advanced Education, Amrik Virk, who was unable to attend due to holidays.

A question and answer period will be included in the program.

Event Location: Sheraton Vancouver Guildford Hotel (Fraser Room) - 15269 104 Avenue, Surrey

Date/Time Information: Thursday April 24, 2014
Registration: 2:30 pm
Program: 3:00 pm  - 4:30 pm

Please RSVP to Anita Huberman, CEO, Surrey Board of Trade.


Surrey Board of Trade appoints Arvinder Singh Bubber as Honorary Director 

The Surrey Board of Trade is pleased to announce the Honorary Director appointment of Mr. Arvinder Singh Bubber to its Board of Directors for 2014-2015. Mr. Bubber will assist with special projects and provide advice on the Surrey Board of Trade’s advocacy initiatives and position papers. The Surrey Board of Trade, in accordance with their bylaws, can appoint up to 2 Directors to their Board.

“I am pleased and honored that the Surrey Board of Trade has provided me an Honorary Director’s appointment. I look forward to working together with them in building an economically stronger Surrey, locally and internationally,” said Arvinder Bubber.

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Surrey Board of Trade completes Ottawa advocacy trip - Focus on the Fraser River 

Photo Cutline:  Ray Hudson, Policy Manager, Surrey Board of Trade,  Jasbir Sandhu, MP Surrey-North and Jeff Scott, CEO, Fraser Surrey Docks.

The Surrey Board of Trade’s Policy Manager, Ray Hudson, travelled to Ottawa last week with Jeff Scott, CEO, Fraser Surrey Docks who was leading a delegation of customers and supply chain partners. The purpose of the advocacy delegation was to familiarize and underscore the critical importance of the Fraser River to the Canadian economy.

Meetings were held with: The Prime Minister’s office, the Clerk of the Privy Council, Deputy Minister and Staff for Finance Minister Joe Oliver, Infrastructure Minister Denis Lebel’s political staff, Agriculture Canada, International Trade, Minister of National Revenue, Kerry-Lynne Findlay, Transport Minister Lisa Raitt as well as numerous MP’s of all political backgrounds.

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