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Invest in your community this summer

This summer, small, locally-owned businesses need our support more than ever
Support small, locally-owned businesses.

Local businesses are at the heart of any community. When you support local businesses, you’re supporting your friends and neighbours.

Buying and shopping locally help keep our dollars in our community, support creating new jobs, foster growth and connectivity in the community, and build a stronger local economy.

With stay-at-home recommendations in place like last summer, small, locally-owned businesses need our support more than ever.

The Tri-Cities in the Lower Mainland is filled with locally-owned businesses ready to welcome you safely. To get started, check out our #SupportLocal list featuring a range of local businesses in the Tri-Cities catering to every need.

Missed the reno-craze last summer and want to give your home a face-lift? Locally owned businesses in the Tri-Cities have you covered. Whether you’re looking for professional help or some tool for a nice DIY project, there’s a business for every need. Check out Complete Gutters, Northwood Roofing, Tri-City Paint & Design, Keystone Painters and KMS Tools for all your reno needs.

In the mood for shopping and good food? The Tri-City area is a haven for both. Check out Aroma Indian Restaurant and John B Pub & Specialty Liquor Store for some great food and drinks. Browse Austin Station, locally-owned SAS Shoes and Western Sky Books for a great local shopping experience.

The Tri-Cities area is also home to many local businesses offering services to the community, such as DM Law, Great Clips hair salon, Good Dog Ranch & Spa, and National Seating & Mobility. Community staples like Morrey Nissan of Coquitlam and Kal Tire have been serving this community’s automotive needs for over 50 years.

If you are a local non-profit in need of some support, connect with the City of Coquitlam. The Community Volunteer Support Hub program provides workshops and resources for local not-for-profit organizations impacted by the pandemic, to enable them to continue providing value and services to the community.

Check out the not-for-profit North Road Burnaby Business Improvement Association representing businesses along North Road. Known as the largest Korean shopping district in the Lower Mainland, North Road is a haven for shopping and dining.

Connect with your local merchants this summer. #SupportLocal and invest in your own community!