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Premier John Horgan and Val Litwin, BC Chamber of Commerce president and CEO, participate in a Q&A session

Premier John Horgan responds to questions from the business community

More than 250 members of the business community and chambers of commerce attended the BC Chamber of Commerce Premier and Cabinet Luncheon at the Hyatt Regency Vancouver on December 8. Sponsored by FortisBC and Port of Vancouver, the event began with a networking reception followed by a luncheon highlighted with a Q&A session between Premier John Horgan and BC Chamber of Commerce president and CEO Val Litwin.

 

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Nick Rockel, BCBusiness editor-in-chief; and Val Litwin, BC Chamber of Commerce president and CEO

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Karen Hawes, BC Chamber of Commerce chair; and Josh Bach, BC Chamber of Commerce director

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Bert Hick, Rising Tide Consultants founder; and Ian Tostenson, BC Restaurant & Food Services Association president and CEO

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Kayla Bordignon, Kiewit-Ledcor Trans Mountain Partnership aboriginal relations manager; Ryan McFadden, Kinder Morgan Canada senior advisor aboriginal supply chain; and Lorne Caley, Kiewit-Ledcor Trans Mountain Partnership project director

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David Marshall, Fraser Basin Council executive director; Geoff Morrison, Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers manager BC operations; and Dan Woznow, AltaGas VP energy exports

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Honourable Judy Darcy, BC Minister of Health and Addictions; Narges Nirumvala, ExecutiveSpeak Coaching International CEO; and Honourable Jinny Jogindera Sims, BC Minister of Citizens’ Services

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Lorraine Cunningham, TransLink chair; and Adrian Dix, B.C. Minister of Health

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From MNP LLP: Mackenzie Kyle, managing partner BC advisory services; Bill Reid, partner public sector; Elizabeth Vannan, IT consulting services; and Darren Turchansky, EVP BC

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Gary Herman, ITA BC CEO; and Debbie Yule, go@HR VP industry engagement

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From the City of Prince George: Kathleen Soltis, city manager; Melissa Barcellos, manager of economic development; and Chris Bone, manager social planning

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Joy McPhail, ICBC chair; and the Honourable Melanie Mark, BC Minister of Advanced Education, Skills and Training

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David Hoff, Ledcor SVP of communications and public affairs; Paul Holden, Burnaby Board of Trade president and CEO; and Muneeb Hassan, Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC) manager major accounts

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Karen Hawes, BC Chamber of Commerce chair, speaks to the audience

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Damian Kettlewell, JAK Group Liquor Stores & Pub partner, director of branding and external affairs; and Heather Deal, City of Vancouver councillor and chair city finance and services

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Val Litwin, BC Chamber of Commerce president and CEO, speaks to the crowd

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Douglas Stout, FortisBC VP market development and external relations

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The Honourable John Horgan, the 36th premier of B.C., speaks to the crowd

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Premier John Horgan speaks to the crowd

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The Honourable John Horgan, premier of B.C., speaks to the crowd

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Q&A with Premier John Horgan and Val Litwin, BC Chamber of Commerce president and CEO

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Q&A between Premier John Horgan and Val Litwin, BC Chamber of Commerce president and CEO