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In recognition of the important work that Chambers of Commerce and Boards of Trade undertake to support economically competitive and sustainable communities and regions, February 12-16 has been declared Chamber of Commerce Week in BC.

The Comox Valley Chamber is pleased to announce all of our amazing 2023 Chamber Award recipients.

Navigating Demographic Change in the Comox Valley

It's widely known that our population is aging—not just here in Canada, but around the world. The changing demographic profiles of our communities happens slowly, and there are differences between communities. In this talk, we'll explore the demographics of the Comox Valley, examining factors such as age distribution, family structures, and ...

2023 Comox Valley Chamber Holiday Hours

Please note our office closures over the 2023 holiday. We'll see you back here starting Tuesday, January 2, 2024.
Happy Holidays from your Comox Valley Chamber Team.

2023 Comox Valley Chamber Awards Gala

The Comox Valley Chamber of Commerce (CVCC) is so pleased to announce our 2023 Chamber Award finalists. Since 1974, the Chamber Awards​ has recognized the accomplishments of businesses, organizations, and individuals who have contributed greatly to make the Comox Valley an amazing community. 

Winners will be announced at our “GO for the Gold!” themed Chamber Awards Gala on Saturday, January 27 ...

 Small businesses can apply next month for help with vandalism costs

Small businesses throughout British Columbia will soon be able to apply for funding to help recover costs from vandalism, and for vandalism prevention.

2023 Comox Valley Chamber Awards Nominations Open

Nominations for the 2023 Comox Valley Chamber of Commerce Awards are now open for a seven-week period from Monday, September 25 to Friday, November 10, 2023. The online nomination form can be accessed via our main website.

Comox Valley Chamber Team

This past month a talented new team was assembled and has now come together to further sustain and grow the Comox Valley Chamber of Commerce (CVCC).  
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We are pleased to welcome a completely new Chamber trio comprised of the Executive Director, Tracey Clarke, Membership & Events Coordinator, Kerry Ann Griffiths and Communications Director, Brooklyn Galloway.  

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Message received: Binod Bhattarai, of Landmark Wine & Spirits — a stop on Sept. 24’s Chelsea Small Business Crawl. Photo by Naeisha Rose.

On a sunny and slightly crisp fall afternoon, just hours before a full week had passed since the Sept. 17 bombing, foot traffic was back to normal along W. 23rd St. — but visible signs of the explosion lingered between Sixth and Seventh Aves., from boarded windows above to shards of glass on the sidewalk below.

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“I of the Beholder” was the theme of the 2011 Greenwich Village Halloween Parade, inspired by French surrealist painter Odilon Redon’s “Eye Balloon” —— hence the eyeball balloons. The 2012 parade was canceled in the wake of Superstorm Sandy.

Last week the city was buzzing with the news that the Village Halloween Parade, a Downtown tradition for 39 years, is not definite for 2013. If the parade producers don’t raise $50,000 by Oct. 21, the annual event won’t take place this year.