Region: Lower Mainland/Southwest
Regional District: Sunshine Coast
The District of Sechelt's goal is to provide excellence in local government services and to promote the development of our community through innovative thinking. With a focus on sustainability, we support the expansion and attraction of ‘clean’ and knowledge based industry. Our community boasts a temperate West Coast climate, access to beautiful and varied land and marine environments, a wide range of community amenities and activities and a vibrant cultural scene. Residents enjoy outstanding “small town” quality of life with access to services (health, education, finance, retail) both locally and via easy access to BC’s Lower Mainland. The Sechelt area includes the municipality of Sechelt, the rural Electoral Area B of the Sunshine Coast Regional District, and part of the Sechelt Indian Government District.
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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...
101-5682 Wharf Avenue, Sechelt, BC
Newer full-service bike shop located in Sechelt with 3 established and recognized brands as pillars plus opportunities for more. Full service shop including skate sharpening machines for off-season business. Client base is increasing daily. Plenty of opportunity for expansion and growth....
1877 Field Rd, Sechelt, BC, V0N 3A1
Large industrial space centrally located in Wilson Creek. Sechelt District I-3 Zoned, with mezzanine, 10' overhead door and 15+' ceilings. Washroom and separate area in back. Larger industrial spaces are a rare find on the Sunshine Coast. Call to inquire or to view....
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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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