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The Parksville & District Chamber of Commerce and Qualicum Beach Chamber of Commerce received overwhelming support for their policies presented at the BC Chamber 2019 AGM and Conference held in Burnaby last week.  

The policies presented were part of the collaborative work done with the joint policy committee for the PQB region. The committee includes three members from each Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, along with Anne Dodson, CEO Qualicum Beach Chamber and Kim Burden, Executive Director Parksville & District Chamber of Commerce.

Jeannie Maltesen, President Parksville Chamber and Meghan Walker, President elect Parksville Chamber joined the Chambers executive, Kim Burden and Anne Dodson to present their polices and vote on behalf of membership on another 70 policies brought forward by the Chamber network.

‘The Thriving Orcas Thriving Communities’ – with input and support from 17 Vancouver Island Chamber of Commerce and the West Coast Fishing Guide Association was submitted with recommendations outlining scientifically verified approaches to enhancing Chinook populations and the Southern Resident Killer Whales without jeopardizing jobs and economic benefits from sport fishing in the waters around Vancouver Island.

In addition, we proposed an amendment to the local Government Act that provides Local Government with a choice to accept land or money during the sub-division approval process for either Attainable Housing or parks. The current act requires land or money  acquired during the sub-division process must be for Parks’ said Kim Burden, Executive Director Parksville & District Chamber of Commerce.

 

The Parksville & District Chamber of Commerce won the BC Chamber of Commerce Executives Member & Community Engagement Award among the 201 – 500 members category. The awards are presented annually at the BC Chamber AGM and Conference which was held last week in Burnaby.

 We impressed the selection committee with our member engagement programs and our attractive, easy to navigate website, just to name a few of the reasons we were chosen.

‘To be recognized by our peers is such an honour.  We’ve been focused on improving our communication with chamber members and increasing our profile in the community and this award is kind of like, the icing on the cake! This is a big deal in the Chamber world and our team, Board and members should be very proud of our achievements. We have a solid team in place at the Chamber and we continue to work every day to improve the overall member experience’ says Kim Burden, Executive Director, Parksville & District Chamber of Commerce.

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  • Benefits of Membership

    Benefits of Membership

    The Parksville and District Chamber of Commerce is a not-for-profit organization comprised of over 430 businesses, professionals, residents and community groups working collectively to establish and promote businesses and services for the economic and social prosperity of Parksville and the surrounding areas.
  • Sand Castle Competition

    Sand Castle Competition

    The Quality Foods Canadian Open Sand Sculpting Competition and Exhibition is a world class event for Master Sand Sculptors and is an official qualifying event for the World Championship of Sand Sculpting!
  • Parksville Fireworks Display

    Parksville Fireworks Display

    You won't want to miss this award-winning fireworks display simulcast to music! Be sure to tune in to 88.5 FM The Beach from your boat, car or portable radio. Come down to the beach and enjoy the show live. Fireworks to begin at dusk.
  • Summer by the Sea Street Market

    Summer by the Sea Street Market

    The Parksville and District Chamber of Commerce invites you to come and experience the excitement of downtown Parksville’s annual Summer by the Sea Street Market being held every Tuesday night from mid June to the the end of August, from 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm on Craig Street.

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Please contact us for information about moving to the Parksville area, operating, starting, and/or buying a business, events, activities and more.

  • 1275 East Island Highway
  • Parksville, BC, Canada
  • Telephone: 250.248.3613

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