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... Read More
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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