Region: Lower Mainland/Southwest
Regional District: Greater Vancouver
Anmore is a small community in the Greater Vancouver Regional District, north of the city of Port Moody and along the shores of the Indian Arm. With a population of roughly 1,800, it is one of three politically independent villages in the greater Vancouver area - the others being its neighbour Belcarra, and Lions Bay. Anmore is home to the Buntzen Lake recreation area, which has a popular swimming beach. Managed by BC Hydro, the lake is used to power two hydroelectric stations located on Indian Arm.
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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...
Metro Vancouver, Metro Vancouver, BC
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1628 W 1st Ave, Vancouver, BC, V6J 1G1
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