Regional District: Cariboo
Williams Lake is a major service centre to the vast, picturesque Cariboo Chilcotin region of British Columbia. We are committed to making it as easy as possible for you to do business and invest in our community. Our professional staff and pro-business governments have earned our city the reputation as being one of the best and most accommodating in the province to do business with. Williams Lake and area has a thriving and diverse economy supported by forestry, mining, agriculture, tourism and most of all our people. For lifestyle, Williams Lake can't be beat. A modern city with all the major amenities our great hometown and western hospitality makes this an ideal place for people raising a family, starting a business or retiring. The surrounding pristine wilderness provides unlimited playground while the conveniences of city living are just outside your door. With an attractive mix of business opportunity and high quality lifestyle the Williams Lake area is a great place to hang your hat!
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894 1st Ave, McBride, BC, V0J2E0
Building for Sale or Lease on 1 acre in the Village of McBride, zoned Light Industrial - $200,000. Sawmill equipment negotiable....
F 24 S 2ND AVENUE, Williams Lake, BC
F 24 S 2ND AVENUE, Williams Lake, BCListing Price: $39,000 MLS# C8018244Listing Agents:MICHELLE WONG – Horsefly RealtyContact: 250. 620. 3440 or email@example.comVICTOR KHONG – Horsefly RealtyContact: 250. 620. 3440 or firstname.lastname@example.orgSuper-cute coffee shop in the heart of Williams Lake, ...
1278 Broadway Ave S, Williams Lake, BC, V2G 1A2
The Subject Property presents a single-tenant investment opportunity consisting of a stand-alone building occupied by Belron Canada Incorporated (dba Speedy Glass) since 2005....
Before Britco opened its Prince George office in April 2013, the company had few contacts in the town or with anyone in the booming construction sector. That all changed when the modular construction company signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the Lheidli T’enneh First Nation... continue
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