Regional District: East Kootenay
City of Fernie is a community with an area population of approximately 5,250 residents. Located in the Elk Valley, southeastern British Columbia. Fernie is located in an area renowned for its world class recreation and outstanding mountain environment. Strong interest and investment in the area over the past several years has come from Australia, Europe and Great Britain and other international locations. Established in 1898, Fernie is complete with turn of the century buildings, engaging history and legends and a thriving arts culture.
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312 Fourth Street, Kaslo, BC, V0G 1M0
The Village of Kaslo holds approximately 200 acres of land that accommodate the community aerodrome (3700'x 60' asphalt, registered/ uncertified/ no winter maintenance), some privately leased hangars and gravel extraction activities. Proposals for additional development or use of this land for econo...
1361a 7th Ave, Fernie, Fernie, BC
Great investment opportunity for growing small business with plenty of possibility for revenue expansion. Sterling Detailing has quickly gained a reputation in the Elk Valley for quality work, excellent customer service and continued community support.Current services include full interior and exter...
691 2 Ave, Fernie, BC, V0B 1M0
This property is one third of a Portfolio For Sale - 3 Insurance Brokerage Outlets. The price includes all 3 properties: 1) 907 Baker St, Cranbrook, BC 2) 691 2nd Ave, Fernie, BC 3) 110 Centennial St, Sparwood, BC Please see brochure for details. • Landmark property in CBD location • Attractive mais...
An innovative solar array is turning reclaimed land at a former mining site into productive clean energy in Kimberley, B.C. SunMine, British Columbia's first grid-connected solar facility and the largest user of solar trackers in Canada, began commercial operation in June 2015 with a capacity... continue
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