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Buy Local: List of Businesses Operating During COVID-19

Now more than ever it is important to support our local businesses. They have been working hard to adapt how they provide their goods and services in a way that ensures you are able to maintain social distancing and minimize your time out of the house.

If you would like to update a business listing or have your business added to this list, please email exec@gibsonschamber.com

Last Updated July 10, 2020

Buy Local_ Open For Business List – July 10, 2020



Gibsons Chamber Survey on Business Revival (Closes July 31, 2020)

We are asking for your assistance to improve revival for businesses on the Sunshine Coast.

We want to help you in a way that makes the most difference for you, your business, and our community. By taking this short survey you are assisting in that process
Finish the survey for the chance to win a $25 gift certificate! (to be randomly rewarded)
Survey Closes Friday, July 31, 2020 at 11:59pm
Estimated completion time: 4 minutes


Speak to the Experts Segment Hosted By Gibsons & District Chamber of Commerce

Featuring experts: Paul Legge (Senior Commercial Services Advisor Sunshine Coast Credit Union), Richard Wilson (CPA, CA; Partner, Crowe MacKay LLP), and Ken O’Donnell (Property Manager, RE/MAX City Realty) answering all your COVID-19 business related questions.



Helpful Information for Your Business During COVID-19

Every week we send out a newsletter with the most recent business information we think you can benefit from. We have compiled a list of topics below:

Gibsons & District Chamber COVID-19 Updates From March 18, 2020 to April 30, 2020

Updated WorkSafeBC Interactive Safety Plan



April 30, 2020 – Letter from Gibsons Mayor Bill Beamish 

Mayor Bill Beamish has a message for the community of Gibsons after visiting most businesses in the community.

He says, “The one clear observation that I made as I walked about Gibsons, is that most of our local businesses are trying to maintain some level of service, while also complying with the safety guidelines provided by our Medical Health Officers.”

He also summarizes the adaptations made by commercial businesses in Gibsons while keeping to the Public Health Officer’s Safety Guidelines.

Plus what we can expect to come next.

Read the Mayor’s Message Here