The Honourable Harjit S. Sajjan addresses the TrueNorth Business Development Forum

Keynote remarks define his eyesight for PacifiCan and how it will assist expansion in Northern British Columbia

PRINCE GEORGE, BC, June 2, 2022 /CNW/ – As the biggest metropolis in Northern British Columbia, Prince George is an economic hub that is vital to prosperity throughout the location.

PacifiCan will work with British Columbians to drive economic development in communities like Prince George (CNW Group/Pacific Economic Development Canada)

PacifiCan will function with British Columbians to drive economic improvement in communities like Prince George (CNW Team/Pacific Economic Progress Canada)

Now, the Honourable Harjit S. Sajjan, Minister of Intercontinental Progress and Minister accountable for the Pacific Financial Improvement Agency of Canada (PacifiCan), attended the TrueNorth Small business Development Discussion board, hosted by the Prince George Chamber of Commerce.

The Minister shared his eyesight for how PacifiCan will function with British Columbians to travel economic advancement in communities like Prince George and during British Columbia.

As a new federal company dedicated to British Columbia, PacifiCan will be a extended-phrase partner in British Columbians’ economic success. During the coming 12 months, PacifiCan will increase its on-the-ground presence outside of its existing office environment in Vancouver. This will consist of a new headquarters in Surrey and employees in Campbell River, Cranbrook, Fort St. John, Kelowna, Prince Rupert, Victoria and Prince George.

In his remarks, Minister Sajjan described how PacifiCan is resourced with $110 million a 12 months to assistance economic improvement by investing in British Columbian firms and communities and by supporting British Columbians by way of advising, pathfinding, and convening. Minister Sajjan emphasised partnerships throughout governments, marketplace and community as key to enduring financial results.

The Minister also referenced over $1.9 million in investments for six recipients in Prince George and surrounding communities that he announced before in the day when traveling to the Exploration Put Museum and Science Centre in Prince George.

Minister Sajjan closed his remarks by noting that PacifiCan is committed to functioning with British Columbians to create a extra inclusive, dynamic and more robust economic system in communities all through the province.

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“I am dedicated to championing and functioning with Prince George and all communities all through British Columbia. With the launch of PacifiCan, BC companies have a devoted federal lover that recognizes the exclusive strengths and troubles of BC’s dynamic economy.”
–       The Honourable Harjit S. Sajjan, Minister of Global Advancement and Minister liable for the Pacific Financial Development Company of Canada

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  • PacifiCan is the regional advancement company dedicated to British Columbia. PacifiCan encourages development and diversification in British Columbia’s financial state by enhancing innovation, enhancing enterprise competitiveness, advertising the adoption of cleanse systems and inclusive growth.

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