“Indigenous reconciliation is a critical area where we see there is an important role for the business community to play in our collective path towards reconciliation,” Famulak said. “Furthermore, we believe we must continue to make strides internally as an organization.”
The BC Chamber’s 2022 policy on Indigenous reconciliation calls on the provincial government to make funding available to help Indigenous and non-Indigenous businesses work together towards reconciliation and identify potential partnerships for delivery in their communities. The policy also calls on the BC Chamber’s Board of Directors to make the association’s annual policy development process more inclusive to facilitate better collaboration with First Nations.
See the press release issued by the BC Chamber of Commerce and all the policies that were passed this year. The Dawson Creek & District Chamber of Commerce submitted and had two policies passed on behalf of our membership.