ESQUIMALT – As one year ends and another begins, it’s a chance for us to look back at our actions and accomplishments during the year gone by as well as look ahead at our challenges and opportunities in the year to come. At the Esquimalt Chamber we are proud of the work we have done […]
It’s the Christmas season so I’d like to begin by wishing everyone a happy holiday…I’d like to begin that way but our latest interaction with Esquimalt Council has left me feeling a bit “Bah Humbug”. At the risk of falling into the same sewage quagmire as the CRD and Esquimalt Council, I feel compelled […]
Congratulations to one of our Esquimalt Chamber Members, Arriba Mexico Food Company, who has been nominated for the Small Business BC Awards! This local restaurant, found in the heart of Esquimalt, is a qualifier for the Premier’s People’s Choice Award and Best International Trade Award. Read more on the 14th Annual Small Business BC Awards here. […]
Following up on last month’s column regarding sewage treatment, readers will recall the Chamber Board wrote to Council seeking information and clarification on a number of items. However, more than a month later we have yet to receive a reply. Despite the lack of a formal response, Council did discuss the Chamber suggestion to […]
Join the Esquimalt Chamber on Wednesday, December 7th from 5pm-7pm for our Christmas mixer at the Gorge Pointe Pub – 1075 Tillicum Rd. Network and mingle with business and industry leaders in your area. Includes a complimentary drink and appetizers. Please let us know if you wish to attend.
When it comes to the sewage treatment issue in Esquimalt, I can’t help but quote former New York Yankees all-star catcher, Yogi Berra, “It’s like déjà vu all over again”. Remember back in 2014 when Council voted against the zoning amendments contained in bylaw 2805 and then confidently declared the issue of a sewage […]
Media Release For Immediate Release September 1, 2016 Free Water & Energy Savings Fixtures Available to Food Establishments Victoria, BC– The Capital Regional District (CRD) and FortisBC, with support from the City of Victoria, are launching the Food Service Establishment Water, Energy and GHG Savings Program which will provide free assistance for up to 250 […]
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