Region: Lower Mainland/Southwest
Regional District: Squamish-Lillooet
The Village of Pemberton is a 30-minute drive north of the Resort Municipality of Whistler on Highway 99. Located 8000' below the rugged peak of Mount Currie, the Village is the hub for the Pemberton Valley area and home to 2369 residents (2011 Census). Agriculture and forestry are still important aspects of local economy, but tourism and its related services employ the highest percentages of residents: accommodation and food services at 24.3%, followed by arts, entertainment and recreation at 13.3%, and retail trade, also representing 13.3% of the total labour force (2001 Census). Comparatively, forestry and logging employs 1.8% of Village residents. The Village of Pemberton encompasses an area of approximately six (6) square kilometers.
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2307 47th Ave, Vancouver, BC
The store is located in an affluent area, Kerrisdale in Vancouver where young Chinese family population is growing, yet not enough businesses to service them. Currently the store features unique specialty organic produce items and local culinary products. Its floor space can easily display multiple ...
8127 Alpine Way, Whistler, BC
A beautiful 4500 square foot mountain lodge, “Accommodation Approved” for pension use within one of Whistlers most exclusive neighbourhoods. The TP4 Zoning allows for nightly rentals or seasonal group bookings. It can be operated as a boutique lodge or a corporate retreat or even a large private fam...
1436 Pemberton Portage Rd, Pemberton, BC, V0N 2L1
BUSINESS FOR SALE We have the one and only pizza store in Pemberton coming to market with no competition in sight! Nestled up against Mt. Currie in Pemberton is where BackCountry Pizza calls home. Get away from the hustle and bustle of the city and live a serene mountain lifestyle. Being a staple in...
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
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
A New York-based company that provides shared office space for tech startups and freelancers will attract up to 1,500 clients when it opens a new space in downtown Vancouver, strengthening British Columbia’s position as an emerging global tech hub.WeWork provides entrepreneurs, small... continue
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Trade and Invest BC and the Consulate General of Canada in Seattle recently hosted an educational mission for B.C. agrifood and seafood companies. ...
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