Region: Lower Mainland/Southwest
Regional District: Fraser Valley
It is an exciting time for economic development in the beautiful Village of Harrison Hot Springs. The community is experiencing growth in housing and is making key investments in improving municipal infrastructure and services to enhance the quality of life and aid appropriate development. The Village is a world-famous tourist destination, with year-round visitors exploring Village life and taking advantage of the hot springs, boating, swimming, golfing, hiking, cycling, fishing, festivals, events, various organized tours, and an amazing array of other leisure activities. The Village is committed towards strengthening and diversifying the economic base, and building a resilient local business economy.
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A small business manufacturing opportunity in Cross Laminated Timber or “CLT”, a cost-competitive, strong, light, multi-layer, wood building panel system, the preferable sustainable building material of the 21st century. CLT demand is estimated to grow to 1.2 to 3.6 million m3/yr. at 5 to 15% market...
101 - 8050 Lickman Road, Chilliwack, BC
Gourmet Burger shop where customers build their own burgers from a list of 40 fresh ingredients.@ Menu includes beef, chicken, turkey and veggie burgers, fresh cut idaho fries, sweet potatoe fries, poutine, salads, fried pickles, hot dogs, BLT, real cream milkshakes and 140 plus flavours of Coca-Col...
44384 Yale Rd, Chilliwack, BC, V2R 4H1
--Dock loading --17’ 6” Ceiling heights --Steel building construction --Single column line --Fluorescent lighting --Cooler space installed --600V power supply --Blown gas heaters --Existing lunchroom, washroom, and managers office...
In August 2013, British Columbia company IMW signed a one billion RMB (US $167 million) equipment purchase agreement with China Gas to supply up to 416 natural gas compressors and related technologies for the construction of up to 310 natural gas stations in China over the next three years.... continue
Virtual reality, altered reality and video gaming are big business in British Columbia, and local companies have been attracting partnerships and investment from compatible international enterprises. It’s easy for businesses here to collaborate with Asian businesses because of frequent... continue
Whistler, British Columbia is known as a world–class ski resort and one of the host cities for the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Games, but it is also now being recognized as home to one of the world’s preeminent resort planners.Ecosign Mountain Resort Planners has designed resorts and... continue
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