Welcome to Campbell River & District Chamber of Commerce

As the Voice of Business, the Campbell River & District Chamber of Commerce is the community's leading advocate and champion for business. We actively promote a positive business climate that builds and nurtures a prosperous community.

New Model Reflects Member's Choice
  • Members want to choose the benefits and services they need and be able to clearly see what those options are
  • Member needs evolve as they move through their business cycle and they want to renew their membership annually based on what their business needs are at that time
  • Members want to get benefits without having to show up
  • Members want bottom-line benefits with a return on investment
  • Members want to know their contribution and business is appreciated at any level
  • Members want to show their support for the impact and role of the Campbell River Chamber  and reflect that in their choice of tier
We have responded to our members by providing a new tiered dues structure with three options.  Starting now, members will be able to ‘choose’ their membership renewal based on the tier with the services and benefits that best meet their needs.

We look forward to meeting with our members and businesses in the community to support them in deciding which tier will best suit their needs and will bring them closer to accomplishing their goals for 2015.

Resources to help you better understand the tier structure

Free Workshop - Learn How to do Business with the Province of BC
Wednesday, February 25 from 1:00 - 2:30 PM
Boardroom at the Enterprise Centre, 900 Alder Street

Over $6.6 billion are spent every year on government goods and services in BC.  Do you know about the opportunities that are available for your business?
This FREE introductory seminar will provide you with the information and tools you need to bid for business opportunities to work with the BC Provincial Government. You will also learn about the new Short Form Request for Proposal (SRFP) introduced by the Government of BC in April 2014.
Learning Objectives:
  • Understand which products and services are purchased by the government
  • Discover the different types of procurement processes
  • Learn how to identify relevant opportunities on B.C. Bid
  • Find out how to register your business to submit bids online
  • Learn about BC's new Short-form Request for Proposal

Please click here to learn more and register today.


Business Leaders Luncheon With Jessica McDonald, President & CEO of BC Hydro
New date to be confirmed

Business Leaders Luncheon With Jessica McDonald, President & CEO of BC Hydro

miss the Chamber's upcoming luncheon with Jessica McDonald. Join us to learn more about BC Hydro’s provincial and Campbell River projects that will ensure B.C. has clean, reliable power now and into the future, to support our economy and job creation.

click here to learn more and register today.

Local Businesses Benefit through Buy BC LNG

B.C. businesses have a new online tool to help them be ready to tap into the generational opportunities that will be driven by the Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) industry. The registry and tool at
www.LNGBuyBC.ca was launched on November 18, 2014 so B.C. companies large and small can be ready and profile their goods and services to proponents and their contractors when the first Final Investment Decision is reached.

If you have not yet registered, go to 
lngbuybc.force.com and register today.


 Rather than just searching for opportunities on your own, LNG-Buy BC brings the opportunities to you. LNG-Buy BC offers B2B matching capabilities that extend beyond your personal network - allowing you to establish partnerships and find opportunities that will help you grow your business.

Are You Registered to Compete for Contracts Associated with the John Hart and North Island Hospital Projects?

Major Projects Portal is a strategically developed site, targeted at major project bid proponents, and is a one-stop, local supplier and community resource centre. The site will maximize the economic opportunities flowing from major construction projects in the area. Recently the portal launched an accommodation section of the website for suppliers for local accommodation.

Why should you should register as a supplier? Prime contractors are able to browse the profiles of registered suppliers, to gauge what trades, resources and materials are available locally. Registering on the site allows local suppliers to create a tailored profile for a major project’s prime contractor to browse. This is an opportunity for you and your business to be seen, contacted and engaged by major project decision makers. 
Click here to register today.


Many of our members have informed us that they are currently challenged in finding and retaining a skilled workforce that meets their needs. 

Explore our new web pages to find tools, tip sheets, ready to use templates, video resources and compiled local labour market information to help you successfully find, hire, integrate and retain skilled newcomers. Please click here to get started.  




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