Strengthening commerce and industry because Delta matters
Promoting growth and prosperity; providing networking opportunities for Chamber members to generate mutual benefits, and advocating for the interests of the Delta business community with all levels of government.
The Delta Chamber of Commerce is a federally registered non-profit corporation of businesses and community organizations, established in 1910. It is governed by the federal Board of Trade Act administered by Industry Canada. It serves as the only chamber of commerce in the Municipality of Delta, British Columbia, Canada to create and maintain a prosperous environment for business, industry and commerce in our community and province.
Economic Development of Delta since 1910
Information video about the Delta Chamber of Commerce over the past 100 years and the various ways it has, and still does, support the economic development of Delta (14½ minutes):
Acting on behalf of the members to influence economic, social and government challenges and issues in support of economic prosperity and the sustainability of the Delta community.
Policy, Purpose and Positions:
• Promote, support and strengthen the free enterprise system and democratic principles.
• Provide member driven services and to develop programs aimed at creating community awareness and provincial and federal economic development.
• Monitor legislation at the municipal government levels and prepare timely responses to legislation proposals, and provide recommendations.
• Take a leadership role on behalf of members and the business community by initiating, coordinating and/or developing programs and policies to present to appropriate levels of government.