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Posted: October 3, 2018

Small Business Week and the Attorney General

The Rotary Club of Cranbrook, in partnership with the Cranbrook Chamber of Commerce, are co-hosting the chamber’s October Luncheon with Honourable David Eby, B.C. Attorney General and Minister responsible for Liquor, Gaming and ICBC coming to the Key City to be guest speaker.

Additionally, in celebration of Small Business Week the Cranbrook Chamber, in partnership with the Business Development Bank of Canada and Community Futures East Kootenay, is presenting the 2018 Business Showcase.

This tradeshow style event, considered the largest business showcase and networking event of the year, will be an opportunity for businesses and organizations from the Kootenays to promote products and services, discover new businesses, and connect with hundreds of others in the business community.

A total of 40 booths are available for businesses wishing to showcase their skills, wares and more to an audience of Cranbrook and area business leaders, usually numbering more than 200. Booths are first booked, first served.

Booth rentals cost: Chamber member – $125; non-member – $175. Booth includes: One chair and one 2′ x 6′ table; maximum two booths per exhibitor; add power for $25. Booths Can only be Booked online at cranbrookchamber.com/events.

With ICBC confronting a loss of $1.3 billion this fiscal year, Attorney General David Eby has announced an ambitious strategy to get the corporation back on track with fundamental changes to the auto insurance system.

Minister Eby says he is clear-eyed about the magnitude of the money-laundering problem B.C. and Canada are facing.  Eby said in a recent interview, “Part of the challenge B.C. is now facing is that officials are just beginning to scratch the surface of the problem.”

Please note: The luncheon is on Thursday, October 11 at the Heritage Inn Hotel & Conference Centre. Doors open at 12; Lunch is served at 12:30 p.m.

Cost for luncheon: Members and guests – $30; General admission – $38.


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