Summerland’s Toughest Rhetorical Question in a while…

What are some ways to stop repelling small business from locating (and creating jobs) here in Summerland?

To comment go to the link at the bottom, but please note the article below first:

“small business the backbone of provincial economy”

The following info is taken from an article appearing in The Northern View, Prince Rupert news.

More British Columbians received wages last  year from small business than anywhere else in Canada, and small business represents 30 per cent of the province’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP)

The Small Business Profile has been produced for over a decade by  Western Economic Diversification Canada, the Province and BC Stats, and  is released to coincide with British Columbia’s Small Business Month, held in October, and Canada’s Small Business Week.

http://www.bclocalnews.com/business/132101673.html?c=y&curSection=/okanagan_similkameen/summerlandreview&curTitle=BC+Business&bc09=true

Toughest Rhetorical question of the day:

What are some ways Summerland can stop repelling small business from locating here?

Have some answers? then click here:

http://www.youroklife.com/summerland-economics-municipal-election-discussion-official-page/

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