Regional District: Cariboo
100 Mile House recognizes the importance of innovation and vision to grow and diversify our economic base, especially in the global economy. We are building on our rich ranching and agricultural history, by supporting agricultural efforts in the region, including local food production, market development for agricultural products, and establishing agricultural capacity and investor confidence needed for the commercialization of locally grown and processed industrial hemp. 100 Mile House has a strong commercial and service-based presence. We are a busy service center for the whole South Cariboo, which includes a robust resident and seasonal population from surrounding resort and lake communities, and for the travelling public in general. 100 Mile House has an ideal location along a major N-S provincial highway, with 1.3 million vehicles annually travelling right through town. Investors are choosing 100 Mile House for business operations because of the availability of services, nearby markets, and easy access to various modes of transportation, be it rail, air, or highway. The 100 Mile House area includes the municipality of 100 Mile House, the surrounding rural Electoral Areas G, H and L of the Cariboo Regional District, and several Indian Reserves.
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