Regional chamber open for business in Boundary

Boundary Country Regional Chamber of Commerce (BCRCC) is now open for business.

BCRCC is accepting membership applications for businesses and individuals from across the Boundary.

Membership Development Representatives will be visiting businesses across the Boundary region over the next few weeks inviting you to join.

For membership information in the West Boundary contact Debra Baker at 250-445-2207 or by email at

For the East Boundary contact Tracy Jacques at 250-442-2375 or by email at

BCRCC provides support and resources for Boundary businesses while offering opportunities such as business networking, market area identity and promotion, training and group insurance benefits as well as access to the Boundary Chamber website business listings and advertising opportunities.

BCRCC has a vision to directly respond to the needs identified by Boundary businesses creating a vibrant, healthy and sustainable economy within our region.

Support the future of our businesses and our communities – become a member of BCRCC today.

For more information contact Sarah Winton by phone at 250-442-2722 or by email at

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