MP Ed Fast featured speaker at Chamber of Commerce luncheon

Abbotsford’s MP Ed Fast will be the featured speaker at the Chamber of Commerce luncheon scheduled for Tuesday, Dec. 20.

Abbotsford’s MP Ed Fast will be the featured speaker at the Chamber of Commerce luncheon scheduled for Tuesday, Dec. 20.

Fast is the Minister of International Trade and Minister for the Asia – Pacific Gateway and is currently serving his third term as Abbotsford’s MP.

He will discuss his new position and how it relates to Abbotsford businesses and the Canadian economy.

The event takes place at the Sandman Hotel and Suites Abbotsford (32720 Simon Ave). Networking begins at 11:30 a.m. followed by lunch at noon.

Pre-registration is required and tickets can be purchased for $29 for members and their guests and $39 for non-members. Register online atwww.abbotsfordchamber.com or by calling the Chamber office at 604-859-9651.

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