Our international offices help the world discover B.C. as an investment destination, a trade and innovation partner, and a source of quality imports.
Our grant search tool can help your economic development initiative succeed – search for funding options from a variety of sources.
The new Societies Act changes the way not-for-profit corporations operate in B.C. See what’s new and find out how long societies have to update.
Services and Information Topics
Already a business owner and looking for opportunities for growth? Or thinking of starting a small business but not sure where to start? Regardless of your stage in business, the following resources will help guide you in the right direction.
As a B.C. resident and depending on your personal and work situation, you may be eligible for social assistance and income assistance.
Use different tools and information sources to find a great job and access work-related advice.
These resources will help guide you through the masses of information about managing employees.
Whether you’re an employee or an employer, it’s important to understand employment standards and to know where to go if you need help or advice.
The Ministry of International Trade and Minister Responsible for Asia Pacific Strategy and Multiculturalism pursues strategic opportunities to promote British Columbia internationally as a preferred place to invest and do business.
Virtual Trade Representative
The Virtual Trade Representative markets BC, its sectors and its communities internationally.
LNG-Buy BC Online Tool
B.C. businesses can benefit from LNG-related procurement opportunities. LNG-Buy BC enables buyers to connect with suppliers.
Small Business in British Columbia
Small Business is Big Business in B.C. Celebrate this year’s ninth annual B.C. Small Business Month.
WorkBC.ca helps British Columbians successfully navigate B.C.’s job market.