Canada’s West Coast connects Asia-Pacific with North America, providing easy, fast, and reliable access to world markets. We offer modern, cost-effective connections to global transportation and communications systems. Our Pacific Time zone overlaps major commercial time zones, allowing convenient communications and scheduling.
British Columbia is a key transportation hub between the Asia-Pacific region and North America. Our ports provide the shortest sea route across the Pacific ocean. BC ports are part of an integrated supply-chain connecting buyers to sellers and products to markets. Canada’s Pacific Gateway, is an efficient, reliable network of marine and air ports, rail lines and roads.
Find out more about how to benefit from British Columbia's transportation systems.
Canada has one of the world’s most open trading economies, and businesses in British Columbia benefit from significant international trade agreements. The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) means businesses here qualify for duty-free access to Mexico and the United States.
Discover how Canada's trade agreements can help you do business.
Digital Communications and Telecommunications
British Columbia has an extensive fibre optic network, wireless service, international roaming, and advanced mobile networks. These mean a high-performing information service – at competitive rates – for British Columbia businesses.
Learn how our telecommunications systems can support your business.