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Backgrounder: In celebration of Small Business Week, B.C. small businesses receive $1.2 million to enhance tourism experiences across the province

November 8, 2022 at 5:44 pm  Federal, Politics

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, small businesses – from coffee shops to campgrounds – played a critical role in sustaining communities across British Columbia. Small businesses in the tourism sector were especially hard hit, yet they continued to serve as the lifeblood of local economies, offering British Columbians much-needed reprieve.

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