Associations

ASPECT | ASPECT: BC’s Community-Based Trainers

AspectThe Association of Service Providers for Employability and Career Training (ASPECT) is a non-profit association of community-based trainers that collectively strive to prepare people for the world of work.

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British Columbia Career Development Association

BCCDABCCDA’s mandate is to provide a central networking, education, and training service to develop the knowledge and skills of its members, thus enhancing their effectiveness for serving their clientele. BCCDA has an active board of directors and co-executive coordinators, comprising leaders in the career development community who are committed to serving members and career professionals throughout all regions of British Columbia.

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Duncan-Cowichan Chamber of Commerce

Duncan-Cowichan Chamber of CommerceThe Duncan-Cowichan Chamber of Commerce originated in 1908 as the Duncan Board of Trade. A group of business owners, professionals, trades-people, and associations joined forces to discuss and implement ways to protect and enhance their role in the community, address issues, and positively influence the overall health of the economy of the region.

Visit www.duncancc.bc.ca »

Duncan Business Improvement Area Society

Duncan Business Improvement Area SocietyEveryone knows that shopping in Downtown Duncan is fresh, fun and fabulous! Park your car for a dollar and explore the jewel, boasting hundreds of remarkable shops and services whose quality and diversity surprise and delight visitors from near and far.

The few blocks that make up Downtown Duncan are a vital, living and diverse community with so much to offer. Be astounded by the variety of unique products carefully selected by friendly shopkeepers, so passionate and knowledgeable about what they do so very well!

Visit www.downtownduncan.ca »

Ladysmith Chamber of Commerce

Ladysmith Chamber of CommerceSince its establishment in 1930, the Ladysmith Chamber of Commerce has been a valuable resource and support network to the local business community. While Chamber membership offers important benefits such as group insurance and discount programs, the role and responsibilities of the Ladysmith Chamber of Commerce involves much more.

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Ladysmith Downtown Business Association

Ladysmith Downtown Business AssociationLadysmith is located on the eastern shores of beautiful Vancouver Island in British Columbia. With a population of over 8,000, it has a thriving downtown business community centered around historic First Avenue. The LDBA actively works to cultivate an environment of economic and cultural vibrancy in the Ladysmith downtown core.

Visit www.ladysmithdowntown.com »

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