The Terrace Economic Development Authority plans to carry on.
TEDA has announced a partnership with the Terrace and District Chamber of Commerce after the city announced it was ending its $165,000 contract.
TEDA Chair Rob Dykman says the Board of Directors voted unanimously to continue marketing Terrace to potential investors.
Dykman says with the focus on major projects in Kitimat in Prince Rupert, TEDA feels that marketing is now even more urgent if the city is to get a portion of the opportunities coming to the northwest.
Dykman says, with those resources, TEDA and the Chamber of Commerce will partner to support and operate a business resource centre at TEDA’s current location.
TEDA says it looks forward to working with the City of Terrace’s new economic development officer in the future.