Investing with ?Esdilagh First Nation



Region:  Cariboo

Nation:  Tsilhqot'in


Latitude: 52° 34' 16".302 N
Longitude: 122° 29' 42".021 S

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Commercial Building for sale or lease on 1 acre

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.... continue

5 Star Eco-Depot - Gold Trails Recycling Ltd. & GTR Disposal is a business for sale in BC.

5 Star Eco-Depot - Gold Trails Recycling Ltd. & GTR Disposal

688/694 SOLLOWS CRES, 100 Mile House, BC
5 Star Eco-Depot - Gold Trails Recycling Ltd. @ GTR Disposal are a growing Recycling Center @ Disposal Company, located in 100 Mile House, BC (offered as a share sale). Over 20 year family run business with 4 full time employees, which includes 2 dedicated managers who have been on staff for 10 year... continue

1642 Victoria Street is a commercial real estate opportunity in BC.

1642 Victoria Street

1642 Victoria Street, Prince George, BC, V2L 2L3
The property is located mid-block on the east side of Victoria Street in the City of Prince George.... continue

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Partnership benefits Lheidli T’enneh First Nation and Britco

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