The survey will take 5-6 minutes. We appreciate your time in helping the Campbell River Chamber get business done in our community.


* 1. Are you aware there is a Provincial Election on May 9th, 2017?

* 2. How likely are you to vote in this Provincial election?

* 3. From the list below choose THREE ISSUES that you would like the C.R. Chamber to champion during the upcoming provincial election.  Please rank answers in order of importance with 1 being the most important and 3 being the least important of your top three chosen issues.  You may leave all remaining sectors without a ranking.

* 4. Should the Provincial Government concentrate on the expansion of trade-enabling infrastructure (from port to public transit) to move goods and people through B.C.?

* 5. Do you believe the current Provincial Government's Climate Leadership Plan achieves the right balance between addressing climate change and supporting a growing economy?

* 6. What markets does the Provincial Government need to prioritize in order to grow B.C. businesses?  Please rank the following regions in order of importance to your business:

* 7. Should the Provincial Government make negotiating and ratifying a softwood lumber agreement with the U.S. the top international trade priority?

* 8. From the list below, choose FIVE SECTORS that you believe will generate opportunities for economic growth over the next ten years.  Please rank the sectors in order of growth potential from 1 being the most and 5 being the least important of your five chosen issues.  You may leave all remaining sectors without a rating.

* 9. Should the next Provincial Government implement a $15 minimum wage similar to what is being done in Alberta?

* 10. Do you believe the next Provincial Government should replace the Provincial Sales Tax (PST) with a streamlined, simplified sales tax (e.g. made-in-B.C. value added tax)?

* 11. Should the next Provincial Government work with local governments to cap the difference between business property tax rates and residential property tax rates?

* 12. Does the Provincial Government need to do more to establish a clear and consistent framework for businesses when it comes to "duty to consult and accommodate" with indigenous communities?

* 13. Do you agree business can do more to develop an economic win-win with our indigenous communities?

* 14. Will the current political climate in the U.S. negatively impact your business?

* 15. If not previously mentioned, what other issues are important to you and your business in the upcoming Provincial election?

Are you aware the C.R. Chamber is having an all Candidates Breakfast Forum Thursday, April 27th. Campbell River Community Centre.
7:00am -8:45am  $20.00 includes breakfast. Click here to purchase your ticket before space runs out.