The supply chain that keeps the economy of British Columbia (B.C.), Canada, thriving is robust, reliable, and resilient. The Province of B.C. is supporting collaboration within the logistics sector to advance enhanced productivity and sustainability through innovative approaches that reduce greenhouse gas emissions, retool operations or scale-up production, and help the supply chains of B.C. be competitive.
Roughly 57,100 kilometers of paved roads, 9,588 kilometers of rail tracks, 36 certified airports, and over 30 diverse marine ports connect the communities of British Columbia with the rest of the world. The vast majority — nearly 94% — of households in B.C. have access to broadband internet, providing a reliable and fast connection to the digital economy.
Discover the sector or regional advantages to support your business. Learn more about community engagement and consulting with Indigenous people and First Nations communities in British Columbia.