Last month, Board Chair Sav Dhaliwal addressed the Surrey Board of Trade to share Metro Vancouver’s plans for working with local industries and businesses — particularly those South of the Fraser.
Over the next five years, Metro Vancouver is planning over $7 billion in critical infrastructure investments to build, maintain, and upgrade the infrastructure that underlies the prosperity and livability of the region. Chair Dhaliwal emphasized how these investments can help create long-term, family-supporting jobs, while protecting the environment and mitigating climate change.
He also highlighted the role of Metro Vancouver’s economic development service, Invest Vancouver, in fostering economic cooperation, and Surrey’s potential, as the fastest growing municipality in the region, to attract investment and contribute to regional prosperity.
Chair Dhaliwal will also share Metro Vancouver’s vision for prosperity and economic recovery at an event hosted by the Burnaby Board of Trade on March 30.