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Updated April 7, 2021 The NCDA is pleased to welcome new member and industry partner, SCRAP-IT. SCRAP-IT’s mission is to improve the quality of the environment. By partnering with businesses, community leaders and governments, SCRAP-IT creates clean places to live for current and future generations. As a not-for-profit Society operating in both BC and Alberta, […]

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A comprehensive provincewide COVID-19 vaccine program was launched on December 15, 2020 which provides optimism for the end of the pandemic. It is recognized, however, that the supply of vaccine and other logistics impact the schedule for the vaccination of a large majority of the population. The current circumstances in early 2021 could continue for […]

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Submitted by HR Automation At DealerPILOT HR we enjoy the opportunity to speak openly with our clients about their experience with managing their teams and systems. Recently we had the chance to catch up with Steve Iaboni, the Service Manager at Audi Brampton, part of the Bramgate Automotive Group. Steve has several years of experience […]

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COVID Impact Survey

December 22, 2020

Thank you for participating in the most recent edition of our COVID Impact Survey. See the latest results from the BC Chamber. Survey Results Impacts on businesses from the COVID-19 pandemic are similar to those reported in previous pulse checks. The most common impact continues to be decreased sales volume, reported by 72% of businesses. 51% […]

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Introducing a Simplified Process for Claiming a Deduction for Home Office Expenses With 2.4 million Canadians working from home due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Canada Revenue Agency has made the home office expenses deduction available to more Canadians and has simplified the way employees can claim these expenses on their personal income tax return […]

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In the News – Highlights with CITYTV New car sales in Canada have rebounded signaling a possible vote of confidence from consumers that the pandemic could be rounding the corner. David Zura at CityTV explains. Watch the story here.

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It’s being called the largest decrease to basic insurance rates in over 40 years Car owners across the province could save, on average, 20% on vehicle insurance next year, Minister of Public Safety and Solicitor General Mike Farnworth, who is also in charge of ICBC, said his government intends to apply to the British Columbia […]

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Story Previously Appeared in Motortrend 18 years and three generations later, the Cayenne lineup includes several variants ranging from the base model to the handling-focused GTS, plus plug-in hybrid versions and a fastback-like Coupe introduced in 2019. Since its inception, it has won the grueling TransSyberia Rally, it has set lap records on the Nürburgring, […]

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On Tuesday, Vancouver City Council Members will consider a report prepared by City staff on a proposed climate action plan with a price tag of $500 million. The report suggests that mobility pricing – in other words, the establishment of a toll on vehicles making their way to the downtown core, would be the primary […]

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From Business Council of BC… Following massive job losses in March and April, the number of people working in the province has been rebounding for five months now, punctuated by a healthy 55,000 jump in September. True, employment is still nearly 100,000 below the level in February. But at one point almost 400,000 workers had […]

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We represent more than 390 New Car Dealers throughout British Columbia.