We respectfully acknowledge that we conduct our Business on the Unceded Territory of the Hupacasath and Tseshaht First Nations.

We are unapologetic for our support of business and the vital role it plays in building and supporting our incredible community.
The BC Chamber is participating in countless meetings with the premier and other MLA's on the COVID 19 crisis. Through this the Government is asking for more data, more information to help steer the course of action.

The survey done about 10 days ago resulted in about 8000 responses that were fundamental in the initial action plan by the BC Government.

We invite you now to take 7 minutes and do yet another survey that will help in the next stage in this unprecedented situation we find ourselves in.

Dear Alberni Valley Chamber of Commerce Members and Supporters.

March 31 - Update

For those of you wrestling with internal and external communications I have received more information from Pragmatic on what their services entail. These are new costs to you that in the very recent past were never considered. Staff meetings, Board Meetings, Management Meetings etc.

As many learned today the Federal Payroll Relief fund is not for all. If you don't feel that you qualify please take a serious look at what CFAC have to offer.
Find a list of Businesses here that have identified with us as to whether they are open, closed, partially open, doing take-out, delivery or online orders. This list is being updated constantly. In the next few days please visit our Website at: AVCOC Website for information on how to update the list yourselves. In the meantime here is what we have entered so far.

Connecting the dots
As we all grapple with the impacts of COVID-19, there are unsung heroes that have helped keep supply chains open and flowing. Our long-distance truckers have been on the front lines, putting their own lives at risk to ensure Canadians are fed and watered through this difficult time. To the Canadian trucking industry, we thank you . Read More Here