The Salmon Arm & District Chamber of Commerce is dedicated to providing leadership and vision to support strategic economic growth within our community.
We provide innovative and progressive opportunities in the areas of:
The Salmon Arm Chamber of Commerce is a not-for-profit organization comprised of business, professionals, residents and other community groups that work together to achieve a healthy economic and socio-economic environment that benefits the entire community. We work in partnership with the community, BC Chamber of Commerce and Canadian Chamber of Commerce.
As the Voice of Business, we represent our membership with professionalism and accountability in all aspects of our endeavours. When you’re a member of the Salmon Arm Chamber of Commerce, you are in good company!
Here at the Chamber, we continue to work with an ever-growing number of public stakeholder organizations, including the BC Chamber and Canadian Chamber, to advocate for accessible business supports. Business supports for today, and equally important, business supports as we continue to re-purpose and rebuild.
To ask questions or share information we invite you to contact our Executive Director at 250-832-6247 or firstname.lastname@example.org Let us know how we can help.
Important Information for Businesses
British Columbia’s COVID Status
RESOURCES AND SUPPORTS
By order of the Provincial Health Officer (PHO), proof of vaccination, using the BC Vaccine Card, is now required to access some events, services, and businesses. As of September 13, at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine is required. By October 24, full vaccination is required. The requirement is in place until January 31, 2022, and may be extended.
Get your BC Vaccine Card here.
The following resources are available to help businesses roll out the BC Vaccine Card program:
- Government of BC: Proof of vaccination information for businesses
- Worksafe BC: COVID-19 BC Vaccine Card
Masks are required in all public indoor settings for people born in 2009 or earlier (12+).
Stay up to date with the most receive PHO Restrictions HERE.
Businesses will transition from a COVID-19 Safety Plan to a communicable disease plan, some safety measures will remain, like physical barriers. Reviewing and updating your COVID-19 safety plan: A guide for employers | WorkSafeBC