Regional District: Central Kootenay
Nakusp is a vibrant, unique, rural community where diverse economic activity exists in harmony with the natural environment and encourages healthy lifestyles. Interfor now operates the main forestry operation in Nakusp. The Town has a Community Forest Corporation. This diversity is very apparent. The Village typically issues approximately 200 business licenses annually. Services offered include retail stores (grocery, sports, clothing, bakeries, computer sales & service, hardware/lumber supplies, crafts, books and more), movie theatre, gas/service stations, excellent motels/hotels, bed & breakfasts, restaurants (offering everything from quick take-out to the most elegant of dining), accounting, legal, real estate, bank and credit union, contractors of all types - everything you need right in your own back yard.
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312 Fourth Street, Kaslo, BC, V0G 1M0
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333 Front Street, Kaslo, BC
This profitable business with an attached 2 bedroom home is located on Front St in Kaslo BC! Mountain King Restaurant is a Kaslo tradition that's been around for decades. Currently open 6 months a year with opportunities to expand this into a year round operation or continue it as a seasonal based b...
105 BC-3, Castlegar, BC, V1N 3W5
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