Delta, British Columbia – Delta’s Community Resilience and Economic Recovery Support Team has
launched a community campaign to inspire and ignite a movement around our love for Delta.
In recent months, many businesses have pivoted to stay afloat and others that were forced to close are beginning to reopen. The response to new health and safety protocols have many entering uncharted territory and require support from local residents to survive.
The We Love Delta campaign will help to stimulate economic recovery by encouraging Delta residents to
come together, share their stories and most importantly, support Delta businesses. With an imperative
call to action to spend local dollars at Delta businesses, the campaign will foster community resilience
and provide resources to the business community designed to facilitate connection and create economic
The campaign will drive residents to www.welovedelta.ca for more information on how to engage with
businesses and inspire new ways to explore Delta. The site shares stories of businesses and residents
making a difference, provides links to businesses that are open throughout the city and will share
business resources and best practices.
Residents and businesses are encouraged to share via social media channels, by tagging @welovedeltabc on Instagram and Facebook and using #welovedelta to join the conversation. Businesses will have access to the free We Love Delta Toolkit which includes logos, social frames and
messages to add to their own social media channels and on their websites. Decals can also be ordered to put in your storefronts.
Why We Love Delta?
Local businesses are the backbone of Deltas’ community and economy
We Love Delta connects Delta’s three communities (Ladner, Tsawwassen, North Delta)
A Delta business contributes to the growth and health of our city
Many Delta business owners and key decision makers live and provide jobs in our community
Delta businesses provide more support for local events, sports teams, and charities
The We Love Delta campaign is spearheaded by Delta business leaders, working collectively to produce a streamlined communication and engagement strategy addressing COVID-19 and the effects on business in Delta. The group consists of leaders representing the City of Delta, Delta Chamber of Commerce, Tsawwassen Business Improvement Association (TBIA), Ladner Business Association (LBA), North Delta Business Association (NDBA) and Tourism Delta.
Board Chair, Tourism Delta