BC Chamber of Commerce 2020 - 2021 Policy and Positions Manual

Port McNeill, B.C. May 2021 - Our Chamber has taken a sharper look at policy and positions the past year, although as an organization the PCMM not piloted any recommendations for the 2020/2021 year.


"We are in support in principle of many positions held by fellow business organizations up and down the Island and throughout BC." says Chamber President Eric Dutcyvich. "Policy is seen as a dry topic, but it is critical in guiding functional decision making and solving issues. We look forward to building capacity at the PMCC with the best and brightest of the region's rural business people, and pushing forward the mandate of rural BC, our businesses and communities in years to come."


To learn more about Chamber policy and positions, have a look at the BC Chamber of Commerce Policy and positions guide here: >>>>>




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