Region: Lower Mainland/Southwest
Regional District: Greater Vancouver
The City of North Vancouver's vision is to be a vibrant, diverse and highly liveable community that strives to balance the social, economic and environmental needs of our community. Born and shaped by our rich history, diverse culture and natural environment, we are a community with a long-term vision for the future and brimming potential. Our residents and businesses make us unique and we take pride in being a welcoming host, inspiring example and inviting home to people of all ages, backgrounds and interests.
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1319 29th St, North Vancouver, BC
Nextphase Moving and Downsizing is a full service moving and downsizing company that focuses on helping seniors transition from one home to another. We assist seniors move by providing downsizing, packing, moving, unpacking, design and a final reveal of their new home. We will provide you with our ...
121, 60 Orwell Street, North Vancouver, BC
Bluedog Guitars is a high-end boutique guitar shop located@in North Vancouver, BC. With its@5-star international reputation and@recognition as one of the Top 100 Music Dealers in the world by NAMM six years in a row, Bluedog Guitars inventory includes high-end new and used consignment guitars and uk...
1801 Welch St, North Vancouver, BC, V7P 1B7
1801 & 1861 Welch Street are located just off the Lions Gate Bridge in North Vancouver between Lower Capilano Road and Pemberton Avenue, directly south of the Norgate neighbourhood. This property enjoys rapid transfer along the low roads of North Vancouver with quick access to Marine Drive, Harbours...
During her 2014 Asia trade mission, Minister of International Trade Teresa Wat paid a visit to the Busan, Korea retail store of Arc’teryx, a British Columbia company enjoying export success in the province’s fourth-largest goods export market.
Based in North Vancouver, Arc&rsquo... 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
Having made a name for themselves locally as fresh, quality producers of British Columbia-grown produce, Windset Farms is now setting its sights on key markets in Asia.
Windset Farms has been delivering fresh produce for more than two decades, growing into one of North America’s most... continue
View the list of First Nations with asserted traditional territory in this area.
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British Columbia’s high quality seafood products are in demand globally. In 2017, B.C. exported $3.9 billion worth of agrifood and seafood pr...
Today, there are approximately 200,000 Indigenous people in British Columbia representing 198 distinct First Nations as well as Métis and Inuit gro...
Working closely with B.C.’s cherry growers, the federal government has secured access for fresh B.C. cherries to the Japanese market. Accordi...
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