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.



Important message to suppliers registered on the Major Projects Portal
Procurement is taking place for the three new BC Hydro Seismic upgrade projects in the Campbell River region. Don’t miss the opportunity for your business to be profiled. You must pay your renewal to keep your supplier profile current and active on the Major Projects Portal. Major Projects Portal invoices are due upon receipt and non-renewing suppliers’ profiles will be removed by January 15th.

Payment can be made by cheque or credit card. If paying by credit card, please contact Angela Caparelli, Membership Business Development Coordinator at (250)287-4636.

Learn more about the Chamber's Major Projects Portal
The Major Projects Portal was developed by the Campbell River Chamber to give local businesses and suppliers the opportunity to compete for jobs and contracts associated with major projects in Campbell River.  

Check out the latest construction report on the BC Hydro John Hart Project 

Register now to have your business considered as a supplier for upcoming procurement opportunities associated with major projects.  Learn more here 











Did you know the Chamber has their own TV show?
Insights & Business presented by the Campbell River Chamber on Shaw TV tackles issues that are on the minds of Business.


Episode 1:
Chamber Business Leaders Survey

Host Corby Lamb, Chamber Board Chair, and guest Peter Van Dongen, MNP LLP
Regional Marketing Manager and Stuart Wise, MNP LLP Business Adviser discuss
the recent Business Leader Survey conducted in partnership between MNP LLP and the Campbell River Chamber of Commerce.

Episode 2:
Access to a Skilled Workforce

Host Colleen Evans, Chamber CEO and guests John Bowman, President of North
Island College and Chris Callanan Team Leader, Employer Services of North Island
Employment Foundation Society to talk about what Campbell River Employers looking for and how employees are getting trained to meet those needs.





                 




   

 

 

 

 



 
 
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