Virtual town hall on Chilliwack business climate is April 21 at 1 p.m. hosted by the Chamber of Commerce. (Black Press file)

Town hall goes virtual to engage with Chilliwack elected officials

It’s an opportunity from the Chamber to talk about to the current business climate in Chilliwack

It’s being described as a “virtual town hall.”

Three levels of government representing Chilliwack will be on a conference call organized by Chilliwack Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday afternoon to talk about the current business climate in Chilliwack.

“This is an opportunity for our members and the business community to hear from them on the COVID-19 response, as well as ask any questions or voice feedback,” according to Chilliwack Chamber of Commerce.

On the Zoom call will be MP Mark Strahl, MLA John Martin, and Chilliwack Mayor Ken Popove, on Tuesday April 21, at 1 p.m.

To submit questions in advance, go to Slido and use the code #chwkchamber to submit questions.

Join using this link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83295673690

Meeting ID: 832 9567 3690

For Chamber members to register: Virtual Town Hall

READ MORE: Chamber posting ‘shop local’ updates

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